posted on 04/24/2013 5:29:55 AM PDT
Freedom is terrifying to the tyrant. The true libertarian (small “l” not the party) is definitely a terrorist to the Socialist.
posted on 04/24/2013 5:32:16 AM PDT
posted on 04/24/2013 5:32:27 AM PDT
(Marx smelled bad & lived with his parents most his life.)
"Such partisanship is hardly reserved for partisans. The late Daniel Schorr, then of CBS News, reported that ..."
What makes them think that CBS and The Media are not partisans?
posted on 04/24/2013 5:34:08 AM PDT
by Mr. K
(There are lies, damned lies, statistics, and democrat talking points.)
When the Leftists tyrants call us terrorists, we should wear that label as a badge of honor. Means we’re doing something “right”.
posted on 04/24/2013 5:36:52 AM PDT
Not to mention that Timothy McVeigh was ticked off at Bush Sr.
But yet, he was white. Therefore...
posted on 04/24/2013 5:47:10 AM PDT
(America how long will you be so deaf and dumb to thoe tumbril wheels carrying you to the guillotine?)
In the eyes of the Left it does.
posted on 04/24/2013 6:02:53 AM PDT
by Jack Hydrazine
(IÂ’m not a Republican, IÂ’m a conservative! Pubbies haven't been conservative since before T.R.)
I get tired of the "extreme left" and "extreme right" meme. We need to take control of the conversation with regards to this. Rather than liberal equals left and conservative equals right, I prefer, bigger government and loss of personal freedom on the left and less government and greater personal freedom on the right. Done this way, we see that where people fall within the political spectrum is more of a circle than a straight line.
The difference between the extreme left and extreme right is one of semantics rather than of core beliefs, and it easily explains why the GOPe so quickly throws true conservatives under the bus. While Democrats and establishment Republicans may be far apart when seen on the north/south axis of the image shown below, they are just about next to each other along the east/west access. So much so, that both parties find more in common with each other than they do with conservatives.
Sorry for the poor artwork, but I'm sure we have a computer artist among our merry band of Freepers that can redo my pic.
posted on 04/24/2013 9:02:25 AM PDT
(An object at rest cannot be stopped! - The Evil Midnight Bomber What Bombs at Midnight)
Lamestream Media have always been experts at ginning up hate against conservative pols. I was fourteen when Goldwater ran for president. The media, including Mad Magazine, made Goldwater seem like The Destroyer Of The Universe. Goldwater couldn't wait to get into the White House so he could launch a nuclear war against the Russkies. There was nothing they wouldn't print or say. But the propaganda was effective. Goldwater probably would have lost anyway after JFKs assassination because LBJ got so much sympathy vote. But Goldwater never had a chance to get his message of limited government out.
Funny thing...I followed my parents and favored the Dems at the time. One of my younger sisters was a Goldwater Girl. Now she's a flaming lib, and I'm the wacko conservative.
There’s a saying to the effect of: if you wish to know who the tyrant is, determine who it is you’re not allowed to criticize.
The corollary of that would be: if you wish to know who the greatest enemy of the tyrant is, determine who it is that is always criticized.
posted on 04/24/2013 10:10:30 AM PDT
(If a wise man has an argument with a foolish man, the fool only rages or laughs...)
[Art.] When a communist assassinated President Kennedy, somehow the American right got the blame. Lyndon Johnson translated that myth into a campaign of slander against Barry Goldwater, casting him as a crypto-Nazi emissary of "hate."
The impetus came from the CPUSA, whose liars and hatemongers have been incessantly busy for 100 years, since before the Palmer Raids.
In the 1970's, no sooner did Dalton Trumbo escape the Hollywood blacklist than he wrote a propaganda hate-screed called Executive Action, which starred Burt Lancaster (as so many of Trumbo's vehicles did) and Robert Ryan and was supported by Communist actor Will Geer as a (deliberately) repulsive Texas oil man. Executive Action blamed the CIA and American businessmen for the murder of Jack Kennedy.
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