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    Re: "'Away From the Politics of Fear"(aka PC Stupidity)

    Man-Caused disasters sounds like an accident.
    Climate, changes. It takes a particularly uneducated population to buy into the idea that it's their fault climate is changing and further political solutions can fix it.



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    Re: "'Away From the Politics of Fear" [EDIT]

    This is no surprise.
    How can it be a surprise?
    This IS their nature.
    Has been for decades.

    Add to that, Democrats/Socialists have a penchant for misleading with their terms.
    They also have a penchant for appeasing the enemy.

    If THEY don't want to call terrorists terrorists and evil, evil...
    ... I hope they don't mind when we call them terrorist sympathizers.
    Weakings.
    Girly men.
    Pussies.
    Unfit for prime time.

    She is the chief of The Dept. of Homeland Insecurity.

    ... man-caused disasters...
    where do they come up with this bull****?
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    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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    Re: "'Away From the Politics of Fear"(aka PC Stupidity)

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Man-Caused disasters sounds like an accident.
    Exactly.

    I'm alll for using the words "Terrorism" and "Terrorist" when they apply, like when a ****ing terrorist attacks civilians with a bomb strapped to his back. That's terrorism in a friggin' nutshell. Use the term because it describes the action.

    What I'm against, which definitely happened ad nauseum over the last 7 1/2 years, is the application of the term to things that are NOT terrorism diluting the term and therefore dishonoring those who actually died from terrorist actions.

    Man-made disasters is friggin' retarded. An action taken that could be labeled either correctly or incorrectly as "terrorism" will either be one of two things: A friggin' terrorist attack or an enemy attack.

    Use the terms correctly, and label the terrorists as terrorists and the enemies as enemies and there will be no problems.

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    Re: "'Away From the Politics of Fear"(aka PC Stupidity)

    This is further proof of the extremist nature of the U.S. government, regardless of which party is in power. "Terrorism" was abused by the Bush Administration and now the backlash is going to the opposite side of the coin.

    I wish moderate government existed in the U.S.

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