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Saturday, February 19, 2005

Reality??

A post from a fellow blogger is dying for a response.

  • 19 al-Qaida terrorists used planes to attack America. Their leader and mastermind of the attack is still at large
  • Money was diverted from the country of his hide-out to invade Iraq, which had nothing to do with 9-11.
  • As it wasn't GWB's fault or Israel's fault, it WAS NOT Clinton's fault. Blame can never be lain at anyone's feet, however, historical policies could show pattern of behavior that led to the generation of the hate-America crowd--it is valuable to study these policies.
  • To answer approximately 10 of your bullets, rhetoric such as Clinton chose a blow job over bin-Laden does not solve anything.
  • Two words, Strom Thurmond. Just because he's dead, doesn't mean you get a pass on a man who championed segregation and fathered an out-of wedlock, adulterous child with a black servant of his household. He'd still be in the Senate if alive and healthy.
  • Hussein, Mugabe and Castro...does this mean we're going to Cuba next? There are numerous leaders around the world that inflict pain upon their citizenry; are we savior to all? And if we are going to go around the world bringing peace and democracy abroad, there are several countries that would have been in front of Iraq in the 'hell on earth' category.
  • Supporting your troops is more than putting a sticker on your car and supporting their commander in chief...in fact, it might be just the opposite (should we now check their benefit cuts under GWB?).
  • Not supporting GWB's policies does not make you a traitor, unAmerican, or mean that you do not support the troops.
  • Ted Rall=Ann Coulter; and Coulter is more popular. How scary is that? If you don't believe it, just google her and read some of her hate-speech and lies.
  • The reason we live in a representative republic is because majority does not rule. The rights and priveledges of the minority must NEVER be subjected to the will of the majority. Samuel Adams – “… it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds …”
  • Just because you are the minority opinion does not mean you are wrong (morally, legally or otherwise)
  • Micheal Moore might have presented a pretty one-sided film, but he did not make up the presidents idiotic response to news of attack and certainly didn't make up the fact that not one US Senator (dem or repub) would stand up for the disenfranchised voters in Florida. At the very least, that movie should have made people think and if necessary, go out and research more information to form their own opinion.

Now, I didnt include any of my own reality such as Texas redistricting, Valerie Plame/Joe Wilson, free press (or paid pundits?), GWB's dubious at best military record or the tactics of fear-mongering to get elected.

Why can't we all just face that on both sides of the aisle there are scandals, representatives that aren't worth a damn and one or two that could actually make a difference. What does it take to make a difference? A leader--in every sense of the word. I happen to believe that GWB is not that leader. In fact, I think that GWB does not have one quality that makes up the excrement of that type of man/woman. If you do, thats fine, but it doesn't mean that I am divorced from reality by any means.

3 Comments:

Blogger z said...

Want to get even madder?
go to The Rude Punditand scroll down to the article on Jeff Gannon/Gucket.
Good Lord what a bunch of hypocrites.

5:38 PM  
Blogger z said...

I hate it when I can't get links to work.
I KNOW THE FUCKING HTML IS CORRECT....
dammit, sorry for yelling.
I guess you'll have to cut and paste.
http://rudepundit.blogspot.com/

2:22 AM  
Blogger scott said...

Response is here:

http://environmentalrepublican.blogspot.com/2005/02/debunking-katinulas.html

Have a fine day, K.

3:20 PM  

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