On his radio show, Michael Savage said of the United States: "[S]ocially, we're far worse -- more degenerate than Weimar Germany. At least in Weimar Germany, men couldn't marry men and women couldn't marry women. So we're probably 10 leagues below the degeneracy that brought about Hitler. We're probably 50 leagues below the degeneracy that brought about Hitler. We are the sickest, most disgusting country on the earth."
Obviously, the Weiner hates America. Yet, one needs to ask. Do any of these words, put together the way Savage has done, actually have any meaning in English? I'm at a loss.
A good question might be, if we are truly the sickest of nations, since conservatives have been in charge for so long, isn't it kind of their fault that we are so degenerate?
That, of course, assumes there's a reason to treat this vomitous mass of words as if they meant something. It also assumes the person who spewed them was worthy of anything more than ridicule. I only highlight it because this guy has a radio program that people listen to. If I had heard this, I would probably have turned the radio off and sat down and tried to figure out what, exactly, he was saying. After giving up, I would probably drink heavily.