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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Cry Liberal, Cry

Some tough talk over at Daily Kos. Tough talk from wussies.

A Republican Hate Fest
by Armando
Wed Feb 16th, 2005 at 13:06:36 PST

Today is a Republican Hate Fest. First this from Powerline:
Jimmy Carter isn't just misguided or ill-informed. He's on the other side.
Nice piece of hate there from the Republicans, calling a former President of the United States, graduate of the Naval Academy, veteran, a traitor. Why do Republicans have so much hate in them?

Was the word TRAITOR in that quote anywhere? I didn't think so. I think he was referring to the fact that Carter is on the other side of RIGHT, better known as LIBERAL.

Next from the NY State GOP Chair:
[T]he Democrats simply have refused to learn the lessons of the past two election cycles, and now they can be accurately called the party of Barbara Boxer, Lynne Stewart and Howard Dean.
The New McCarthyism, first employed in last year's GOP campaign - by Cheney, Hatch and the GOP in general - is now out front, brazen and ugly. The Party of Hate shows its true face.

Brazen? Ugly? Truth hurts doesn't it? The Dems ARE the party of Boxer, sorry that offends or bruises your self-esteem. The fact is the Dems have REFUSED to accept the obvious, you lost because the majority of people do not like your policies, philosophies, and ideologies. FACE THE FACTS...or go cry about it. There is no hate involved here, only facts and logic.

Dean gives the Dem response:
[T]his is not settled. Mr. Minarik has shown neither regret nor remorse for what he said," Dean added, calling on other New York and national Republican leaders to "follow Governor Pataki's lead and rebuke Minarik."
Demand the President of the United States do so too. Afterall, he is the leader of this hate filled Republican Party.

What do the Republicans have to hate? It makes no sense. The Dems are the party of "NO". The Dems are the party of emotion, devoid of logic and facts. The Dems are the party of fear tactics. If these examples are what the Dems deem "hate", I wouldn't want to see them in front of Simon on American Idol. They'd probably break down and cry like babies...oh, they're doing that now.

Now, how did the commentors take the barrage of hate thrown at Jimmy Carter?

Insulting Jimmy Carter is outrageous (3.88 / 9)
No former President has done more for the cause of human rights, voting rights, promoting peace, and his Homes for Habitat started one of the most worthwhile projects ever created for the working poor.
by wishingwell on Wed Feb 16th, 2005 at 13:05:24 PST

I Fully Agree (none / 1)
The very idea that the Republicans are now attacking a humanitarian, Nobel Prize winner who has stepped so far beyond the line of partisanship to help all people of the world is absolutely outrageous. Republicans must be made to account for these statements, and we must not back down. Get Zenmaster Harry Reid out there to throw a few firebombs at them. We can't sit back any longer. Now is the time to fight.
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by demburns on Wed Feb 16th, 2005 at 13:13:19 PST

Didn't Arafat get a peace prize too? (1994)

Like Bill Maher said... (4.00 / 2)
Jimmy Carter was always a christian, not a drunk turned christian. Jimmy Carter still teaches Sunday school at his church in Georgia. My little old great aunt and her church women's group drove out to go to his class one Sunday a few months ago. So cute!!
PS He's my mom's hero allow w/ Bishop Desmund Tutu.
"If you sacrifice liberty for security you get neither"
by lawstudent922 on Wed Feb 16th, 2005 at 13:53:06 PST

That's correct, Ted Kennedy was (and is) the "drunk".

He's the wrong sort of Christian (3.66 / 3)
He's got a silly focus on helping the poor, rather than punishing them for poverty. After all, if they were members of the elect, they'd have the outward signs, like wealth, wouldn't they?
by paperwight on Wed Feb 16th, 2005 at 14:01:56 PST


Didn't Howard Dean say he hated Republicans and everything they stood for? Yet the Republicans are the party of hate...I don't get it. Illogical thought confuses me.
totalkaosdave, 7:53 PM