Mark Zuckerberg Just Proved Liberals Hate Bipartisanship

Silly little Mark Zuckerberg thought that because he knew how to create an Internet-based tech company he could obliterate America’s borders and legalize illegal immigration with his “smarts.” While his effort has thus far proven to be a failure, one thing he did succeed in doing is unmask the lie that liberals are interested in bipartisan solutions to… well, to anything.

A recent article in Politico reports that Suckerberg’s starry-eyed attempt to force Congress to legalize illegal aliens has pretty spectacularly failed despite having some of the biggest names on the left and in the tech industry onboard for the effort the Sucker branded FWD.us.

Suckerberg and all his little left-wing tech buddies gathered tens of millions of dollars to push amnesty but, as Politico termed it, they “hit a brick wall.”

The news site also noted that several of Suckerberg’s high profile lefties have abandoned the project to undermine our national sovereignty not because it has thus far failed, but because of the bipartisan way Sucker and his group attempted to push the plan.

You see, in the run up to the 2014 primary season, Suckerberg and his group began to spend millions to shore up the Republican incumbents with whom they made overtures and accords in order to insure that they win so that they will then have allies in Congress on both sides of the aisle for a 2015 push for amnesty.

So, what happened when Suckerberg sensibly attempted to engineer a bipartisan power base in Congress? His lefty buddies abandoned ship.

Because he was spending money to help compliant Republicans stay in office, Suckerberg found some of his supporters jumping off his bandwagon. “Liberal groups pulled ads from Facebook, while Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk and David Sacks, chief executive of social networking company Yammer, cut ties,” Politico reported.

“FWD.us stood by its strategy, but the ads haunted the fledgling organization, which hoped to strike a bipartisan tone but wound up losing some liberal backers,” the news site said.

Note that these left-wing ideologues where more interested in purity than in actually winning the issue. They’d rather have been on the losing side of their supposedly deeply loved issue than work with any Republican, even those who will bend like a reed in the wind to their side!

Mark Suckerberg’s disappointing discovery that his buddies are more interested in their own purity than in any actual issue they claim is of supreme importance is yet more evidence that any liberal that says he wants a bipartisan solution to anything is a liar.

Liberals do not want to work with you, Republicans. They want you excluded and destroyed. Do NOT make the mistake of thinking that you can reach across the aisle.

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Posted by on July 9, 2014.
Filed under Agitators, Asshats, Barack Obama, Big government, Constitutional Issues, corruption, Culture, Culture Of Corruption, Democrats, Economics, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, Leftist Tolerance, Liberals.
Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago-based freelance writer, has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001 and is featured on many websites such as Andrew Breitbart's BigGovernment.com and BigJournalism.com, RightWingNews.com, CanadaFreePress.com, RightPundits.com, StoptheACLU.com, Human Events Magazine, among many, many others. Additionally, he has been a frequent guest on talk-radio programs to discuss his opinion editorials and current events.He has also written for several history magazines and appears in the new book "Americans on Politics, Policy and Pop Culture" which can be purchased on amazon.com. He is also the owner and operator of PubliusForum.com. Feel free to contact him with any comments or questions, EMAIL Warner Todd Huston: igcolonel .at. hotmail.com"The only end of writing is to enable the reader better to enjoy life, or better to endure it." --Samuel Johnson

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  • Brett Buck

    The reason is probably obvious but I will just state it anyway. The only thing the lefties were in it for was the political angle. They don’t give a flying rat’s ass about the “poor down-trodden immigrants struggling to make a better life for themselves” They care only about how the politics are affected. As soon as you start including Republicans of any stripe, the political argument is lost completely, so they have no more interest in it. They care about the immigrants to the extent they can exploit them, beyond that, they want nothing to do with the topic.

    • jim_m

      Like most lefty positions there is no desire to actually accomplish anything. The design is to string people along with all sorts of promises without the intent to ever deliver, because if you deliver you lose the ability to keep stringing them along.

    • WeaponZero

      FWD was never meant to help poor immigrants. The goal of FWD was to pass immigration reform to allow to stock up on talent.

      I quote:

      “Zuckerberg’s op-ed written at launch[1] as well as the FWD website[29] describe the following main aspects of immigration reform that FWD.us will advocate for:

      Improved border security.

      An immigration policy that is biased in favor of attracting extremely talented and hard-working people.

      A path to citizenship for current and prospective immigrants to the United States, including those who are present in the United States illegally.

      An improved employment verification system, though not necessarily E-Verify.”

      they threw in path to illegal immigrants and tightening the border for bipartisanship, but the main goal is the “favoring of talent”.

  • WeaponZero

    To be fair though, Musk supported FWD and did not mind contributing to republicans. He himself has contributed to republicans. The reason Musk cut ties has to do with the method FWD used, specifically, one of them was to fund a commercial that was “pro-oil”.

    There is a fine line between supporting bipartisanship measures and spending your money promoting issues you don’t believe in. You can support a person who you don’t agree with, that doesn’t mean you are going to embrace his ideology.

  • GarandFan

    Zuckfuck suffers from the same disease as other “successful” liberals. “If I’m good at one thing, then obviously I’m good at EVERYTHING. You’ll note that none of that money went to charitable organizations to actually HELP anyone.

  • Jwb10001

    I heard recently that the google guys said these 2 things. 1 – we should be make more people part time to give them the opportunity to have more fulfilling lives and 2 we should work to get people out of privately owned cars. Never linking the 2 ideas together. We want you to have more free time to lay around the house wishing you had a car to go have a more fulfilling life.

    • D Rivers

      I could actually see that being great…but only very specifically, in a very safe, stimulating, cheap, city.

      To any one living somewhere a place dissimilar would very much have a lower quality of life, measured however one may choose to measure.

      • jim_m

        Excepting that cities are cess pools of crime and by their nature are unsustainable and expensive. I am sure that you can find your ‘safe, cheap’ city powered by unicorn farts and rainbows. It will be in the same place where if you like you health plan you can keep it.

      • Jwb10001

        Can you name this mythical city? I assume most of the stimulating things available there would have to be free since it seems to me part time work can’t possibly pay as much as full time. If stuff is free and people don’t make much money how will it all be paid for. I know corporate taxes which should drive even lower wages. Sounds like paradise.

        • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

          What is the Emerald City?

    • Commander_Chico

      I don’t live anywhere I can’t walk to a subway stop or get a taxi quickly.

      Not worth driving with the DD laws nowadays.

      • Jwb10001

        Well that’s nice for you but some of us enjoy things other than booze and hookers.

  • Commander_Chico

    Yah, I’m sure Warner is all in favor of working with liberals.

    • warnertoddhuston

      I’m not the one claiming that bipartisanship is important.

  • LiberalNightmare

    Shouldnt Zuckerberg try and find a way to cooperate with the right?

  • ljcarolyne

    Loser Facebook – that I am glad to say I never wasted my time to join.

  • http://www.harlemghost.blogspot.com/ HarlemGhost

    the only reason to reach across the aisle with a Liberal is to punch him in the face …