I simply noted the absurdity of characterizing an individual's moral judgment about homsexuality as the equivalent of holy war.
Why couldn't you address why you characterized it as a jihad or saw some commonality there?
What? Who is talking about rights?As for the US rights treatment of the homosexual community?..
There you go, again, just inventing something that was not stated or even suggested.
Another invention.Open your eyes.
What is compelling you to invent things that I didn't say or suggest?
First, Republicans are not singularly or uniquely responsible for passing legislation or voting for referendums deyning benefits to homsexual partnes or banning books. Republicans are not denying rights to homosexual. Republicans are arguing whether such rights exist in the first place and, secondly, present arguments about policy.Prop 8, banning books with supposed homosexual references to denying homosexual couples the same rights as hetro sexual couples.. yes the religious right in the Republican party and hence the Republican party are in a jihad against the homosexual community.. or if you would rather have I can use the word crusade if that is less offensive.
Why do you think that this constitutes something equivalent to a terrorist blowing up ordinary civilians?
I don't find it odd. I find your feigned shock as odd.Yes they can, and you still dont find it odd that a man with fake papers got access to the press room for years, and was allowed time and time again to ask snowball questions to among others President Bush.
Monumental cluster? Why the hysterical characterization?Either there was a monumental cluster**** that was repeated time and time again, or he was "let in" by the people in power.
Well, Gannon ain't an example of stacking the deck. The WH press corps was hardly comprised of Bush appointees.I could care less if he was a pro-republican or pro-democrat person. The point is, that the right can not claim lack of bi-partisanship by the democrats when them, themselves for years did very little to act bi-partisan themselves, and in fact "stacked" the deck in their favour and this Gannon guy is just one example.
Second, the Republicans can complain all they want about the lack of bipartisanship, especially when the party in control bemoaned the lack of such and campaigned explicitly on the idea that they would reintroduce bipartisanship.
Do you think that the Republicans lack of bipartisanship when they were in control somehow lets Obama and Co. off the hook for not practicing what they preached for two years?
Link? Evidence at all?So? Bush did the same, when he actually held a presser. He also stacked all events with "his people".
Of course not. Just more rhetorical vomit.
I'm not criticizing Obama for preselecting journalists. I was merely pointing out that your complaints about such stacking were a surprise given that you had not at all commented on Obama doing it just this week.
Did Bush ever claim it?This is a widely known fact about your dear leader. Again I dont have a big issue with it, but you cant go around claiming that a presser is "open" and free, when we all know it is not. I have not heard that Obama claims this.
There you go, again, just inventing crap to make a completely meaningless point.
Wow! Hold the presses!Yes finaly you admit that was wrong,
I was not admitting I was wrong. I was merely stating the only problem here was the issuance of a credential to someone using a fake name. BFD!
Oh, I have. Unlike you, though, I don't simply invent grand conspiracies to explain how Gannon got in there at all.but you do not go further to ask why it happened.. Someone duped... for years?
There you go, again. Why do you think that I believe you are stupid?I mean how stupid do you think we all are?
Really? I said that?By your claim, anyone with no relation to any media organisation, can get a press pass on a fake name and enter the same room as the US president.... YEA RIGHT!...
Didn't I just acknowledge that there was a problem with granting a credential to someone using a fake name?
I thought you applauded me for that?
But then you turn around and invent the above?
~Sheesh~ You're worse than Navy Pride and American with this nonsense.Guess under the Bush administration, all the terrorists had to do was get a White House press pass to assassinate the US president.. DAMN they are dumb.
Anyone else have this problem with Pete?