Saturday, September 30, 2006

Terrorist Or Democrat?

And you thought I was kidding when I said that democrats and terrorists say the same thing? As you can see, democrats agree with al Qaeda.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds just like a democrat's political speech doesn't it?
I don't know how much clearer the message needs to be for America to wake up and know what the dems are doing.

September 30, 2006 10:05 AM  
Anonymous Les said...

This is a fun game. Mind if I play?

Who said the following - conservatives or islamic extremists?

"(Canadians) better hope the United States does not roll over one night and crush them. They are lucky we allow them to exist on the same continent."

"I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man - your husband."

"Let a wave of intolerance wash over you. I want you to let a wave of hatred wash over you. Yes, hate is good.... If a Christian voted for Clinton, he sinned against God. It's that simple.... Our goal is a Christian Nation... we have a biblical duty, we are called by God to conquer this country. We don't want equal time. We don't want Pluralism. We want theocracy. Theocracy means God rules. I've got a hot flash. God rules."

"In his inaugural address, Mr. Bush calls 9/11 the day 'when freedom came under attack.' This is sophomoric. Osama did not send fanatics to ram planes into the World Trade Center because he hates the Bill of Rights. He sent the terrorists here because he hates our presence and policies in the Middle East."

Blah blah blah. Everyone spews the same ol' divisive vitriol at some point or another. It's just packaged differently to vilify the targeted opposition of choice and appeal to those with similar beliefs.

So let's drop the bullsh*t and get right to it, shall we? You've read my comments both here and elsewhere for a couple years now, CJ. You know I despise political parties, you know I didn't agree with the Iraq invasion, and - most importantly - you know I'm a liberal. So I ask you - do you honestly consider me an anti-American terrorist-lover, or do you simply generalize your opposition to push your own partisan agenda and get a rise out of your blog's conservative readers?

Just curious.

September 30, 2006 3:02 PM  
Anonymous BLAKE said...

When reading this I feel like half the people of this country hate our president, our government, and especially Rumsfield. Other countries have been at war the past two decades and never have any of their leaders been critized in such a shoddy manner as this. We appear to the world to elect someone and then brow beat them as if we hated their guts. What has happened to old fashioned patriotism, don't have it here, at least among the deomcrats. The dems would like nothing better than to see us lose this war so they could say "I told you so" as the revel in their triumph. What dopes. All of them.

September 30, 2006 3:48 PM  
Anonymous Jane said...

Les, are you quoting old testament words, and if so, please refer me to the chapter and verse. As you know in the biblical times men had as many wives at they could afford. Not anymore. Most men cannot afford even one woman. A woman has the same right as a man and she is definitely not "subservient" as your little quote indicated. Ask any woman of this generation, old or young. Gone are the days when men own women. Like it or not women's liberation is here to stay. No more multiple wives, no more domination of women. I invite to come into today's world, see how things have changed.

October 02, 2006 5:08 PM  
Anonymous Les said...

"A woman has the same right as a man and she is definitely not 'subservient' as your little quote indicated."

That's precisely my point, Jane. As I'm sure you're aware, most islamic extremists view women as second-class citizens who are obligated to conform to the wills of their husbands. If you'll take a closer look at my comment, you'll notice I was illustrating the often pointless practice of highlighting similar ideological statements made by two distinctly separate religious/cultural subgroups, because doing so IN NO WAY proves that both groups share exactly the same agendas OR motivations for their statements. Hence MY version of CJ's "terrorist or democrat" game. The "wives" comment wasn't made by an islamic extremist, Jane. In fact, it most likely isn't even the kind of statement you'd hear from ANYONE, myself included, who fits into the vast moderate majority of people of faith. Google the comment. You'll be surprised.

October 03, 2006 6:32 PM  

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