Not at all liblady. I have been on the road the past few days, with plenty of time to listen to a broad range of commentary, opinion, and news. I truly hope, and have prayed for the recovery of everyone surviving that horrible attack. And I think it is a terrible thing that happened.
But, don't for a second think that discourse, while being attacked from one side of the isle, at the same time ramping up the level just as you do here with your comment, isn't unnoticed.
You know what "figures" to me? It figures that the authoritarian 'progressives' didn't miss one damned beat in how they didn't even have the good sense to wait until the facts, and time for America to catch its breath before unleashing a torrent of their own brand of 'hate speech' in blaming people that had nothing to do with the events in any way. But simply attacked them because they disagree with them ideologically.
Paul Krugman, a deplorable man IMHO, wrote his attack, published by the equally morally vapid NYTimes a mere two hours after the breaking news. Some of the victims still in surgery to save their lives. That is just sick!
Every bit as sick in my mind as a Ward Churchill blaming America for the attacks on 9/11 in some seemingly altered state, rambling on about the "Technocrats" in between taking bong hits in Colorado.
So how about it liblady, do you agree with Krugman in his blame assigning when no shred of evidence backs any of his absurd claims up? Or maybe its Mike Malloy you agree with in his statement on XM the other night when he said "...These sick, scum sucking, bastard teabaggers are to blame for that little girls death! We should do that to them!..." Either way it is jaw dropping, and you have the unmitigated gaul to claim that WE care nothing for the victims?!!!! Find a mirror, and quick ma'am.
Catawa is my favorite bleeding heart liberal.
then why the statement that the right started it.....
Jefferson actually started it.
Jefferson's camp accused President Adams of having a "hideous hermaphroditical character, which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman."
Matthew 10:34Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
Originally Posted by Jerry
Civility would definitely be nice. Then again...I simply dont listen to or watch the radio shows or tv news...so it doesnt bother me.