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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Tuesday, April 03, 2007


"Britain is not an easy target of fanatics because of Blair's support of the United States. Britain is a target because it is Britain, just as France, Germany and the rest of Europe are targets for their openness, freedom and democracy. For not banding together as free people, we all risk hanging individually; as Tehran and others prepare the noose from which the weak and indecisive will hang. This is not a war any of us can escape. It is a war that can only be won or lost." -- Cal Thomas

We know what the Dems want; they have chosen defeat, and this clearly is not good for us. What are we to conclude from this? They most certainly cannot be so devoid of intellectual acuity to understand the ramifications of their choice -- can they be? But yet, they don't seem to care. It is hard to figure.


  • It is not a lack of intellectual acuity that afflicts the Left. It is the preposterous and unyielding prejudice with which they view the world. They are trying to make the world a better place for the less fortunate among us to live and their opposition is trying to exploit those same people for their own selfish gain. Understanding themselves to be so righteously inspired and their opposition to be so maliciously motivated nothing else really matters; not the tactics they employ nor even the actual consequences of their agenda. They are, after all, the good guys trying to do the right thing. To them it is simple. Do you want the good guys to be in charge or the bad guys?

    The irony, of course, is that it seems never to occur to the Left that they thereby hold the same kind of stereotypical prejudice’s of the Right with which they accuse the Right of viewing others. In terms of their own lexicon, they are abject conservaphobes.

    By Anonymous Anotmo, at 10:29 AM  

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