Wednesday, February 11, 2015


Here's two tweets by Marz about NBC anchor Brian Williams, who relieved himself of duties after it was discovered he lied about his situation in Iraq, and Israel/Lebanon:

Oh, it's that perpetuation of the old "there were no WMDs in Iraq" cliche again. But, some people researched what they could find in the country proper, learned that some of the weapons had also been moved to Syria, and just last year, the New York Times reported on how older weapons were found, and whose chemicals affected a number of military officials looking for them, although they still seem to insist it was nothing to worry about. As it so happens, they might've been older, but that doesn't mean they couldn't have been put to use for more danger. Carter Andress explained that the reason the world did not know enough about these was because of safety and security concerns. Melanie Phillips also has info about a guy named Dave Gaubatz who managed to find Saddam's WMD bunkers.

Oh, that's cute. What Williams really needs to do is learn that people have the right to know about the cruelty Saddam put even his own subjects through, and why they were glad to be rid of him.

Marz comes off sounding similar to Michael Moore, who tried arguing that Bush and Cheney are more important. He also posted this item:

I sense disdain from Marz for Benedict in this tweet. I guess he's unhappy that some of the people who worked on the A-Team were rightists. In this interview for a UK website, Benedict said:
Do you wish the old Battlestar Galactica had run for longer? Or do you think it ended at just the right time?
Oh no, I think we had a lot of life left in us. But the good thing is that they wrote the part of Face in The A-Team based on what I had done in Battlestar Galactica. But, other than that, playing Starbuck did not help my career one bit. Quite the opposite – suddenly I was known as this politically incorrect guy and that spilled over to real life. It was the same with The A-Team funnily enough. We never got invited to any Hollywood parties. It was because we were from ‘that show’. This was during the Reagan era and Mr T played Santa at the Whitehouse for two Christmases in a row. He was the only black man I know who voted Republican. We were all conservatives on that show, which was unusual for Hollywood. There was no one saying “Do you need to smoke your cigar all the time? Must you fire your guns so much?” Do you know that the teacher’s union tried to get our show off the air? They started a writing campaign because they thought we were too violent. At parties liberals would come up to me and they would whisper, “I watch Battlestar Galactica and The A-Team.” But they didn’t want anybody to hear them say it.
I think George Peppard was a liberal, but yes, there were several more people on the A-Team who were conservative leaning. I guess Marz isn't happy with the comic book approach the series used much of the time. That could explain why he's not flattered Benedict would try publishing comics adventures. But then, it's really weird why Marz wants to write them himself.

Update: and it looks like Marz isn't done with his political biases. Here's a few more he wrote about a murder case at Chapel Hill:

Well it wasn't. What was reported to be a hate crime against Muslims turned out to be the work of a liberal/progressive. Patrick Poole at Pajamas Media (via Hot Air) found the following info:
A review of the Facebook page of the man charged in these murders, Craig Hicks, shows a consistent themes of anti-religion and progressive causes. Included in his many Facebook “likes” are the Huffington Post, Rachel Maddow, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Freedom from Religion Foundation, Bill Nye “The Science Guy,” Neil deGrasse Tyson, Gay Marriage groups, and a host of anti-conservative/Tea Party pages.

Remarkably, one of the four Facebook groups he had joined included “Religious Tolerance”.
And according to the Intl. Business Times (via The Weekly Standard) he was an atheist who opposed all religions:
The Chapel Hill shooting suspect, Craig Stephen Hicks, who killed three young American Muslim students, including a newly married couple and a teenage girl in North Carolina was opposed to all religions and called himself an "anti-theist."[...]

A review of his social media shows him as a supporter of "Atheists for Equality." The consistent theme that figures on his Facebook account is that of anti-religious and progressive causes.
I wonder what Marz thinks now that it's been revealed the man came from his side of the political spectrum? Well, he seems to be avoiding these challenging revelations so far, and can only bring himself to say:

Who's smug? Who's even relieved? And who in the right frame of mind even thinks gun violence in public is acceptable? What insulting, cheap cynicism he puts on, but was probably to be expected from him. It makes no difference what the victims' religion or race was. What happened today was absolutely disgusting and the monster should be prosecuted and thrown in the slammer for his vile crime.

1 comment:

Reliapundit said...

there were no iraq fibs by dubya or cheney.
the wmd info came from german intel.
the uranium intel from britain.
it was not made up.
none of it.
leftist scum like marz are either ignorant or fucking liars.
or both.
btw: it is incontrovertibky true that saddam was in violation of unsc 1441 - which was the armistice.
when you violate an armistice a sate of war reverts.
never the less, dubya and cheney went to congress and the unsc and got both to permit the war.
unlike obama who attacked libya with no legal basis.