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Liberal rant of the day

Here's some "satire", I'm sure, from Will Durst of The Progressive:

I don't know about you guys, but I am so sick and tired of these lying, thieving, holier-than-thou, rightwing, cruel, crude, rude, gauche, coarse, crass, cocky, corrupt, dishonest, debauched, degenerate, dissolute, swaggering, lawyer shooting, bullhorn shouting, infra-structure destroying, buck passing, hysterical, criminal, history defying, finger pointing, puppy stomping, roommate appointing, pretzel choking, collateral damaging, aspersion casting, wedding party bombing, clearcutting, torturing, jobs outsourcing, torture out-sourcing, election fixing, women's rights eradicating, Medicare cutting, uncouth, spiteful, boorish, vengeful, jingoistic, homophobic, xenophobic, xylophonic, racist, sexist, ageist, fascist, cashist, audaciously stupid, brazenly selfish, lethally ignorant, journalist purchasing, genocide ignoring, corporation kissing, poverty inducing, crooked, coercive, autocratic, primitive, uppity, high-handed, domineering, arrogant, inhuman, inhumane, inbred, inept, insipid, incapable, incompetent, ineffectual, insolent, insincere, know-it-all, snotty, pompous, contemptuous, supercilious, gutless, spineless, shameless, avaricious, noxious, poisonous, imperious, merciless, graceless, tactless, brutish, brutal, Karl Roving, backward thinking, persistent vegetative state grandstanding, nuclear option threatening, evolution denying, irony deprived, consciously depraved, conceited, perverted, peremptory invading, thirty-five day vacation taking, bribe soliciting, hellish, smarty pants, loudmouth, bullying, swell headed, ethics eluding, domestic spying, medical marijuana busting, Halliburtoning, narcissistic, undiplomatic, blustering, malevolent, demonizing, Duke Cunninghamming, hectoring, dry drunk, Muslim baiting, hurricane disregarding, oil company hugging, judge packing, science disputing, faith based advocating, armament selling, nonsense spewing, education ravaging, whiny, insane, unscrupulous, lily livered, greedy (exponential factor fifteen), fraudulent, delusional, CIA outing, redistricting, anybody who disagrees with them slandering, fact twisting, ally alienating, betraying, chickenhawk, sell out, quisling, god and flag waving, scare mongering, Cindy Sheehan libeling, smirking, bastardly, voting machine tampering, sociopathic, cowardly, treasonous, Constitution shredding, oppressive, vulgar, antagonistic, trust funding, nontipping, tyrannizing, peace hating, water and air and ground and media polluting (which is pretty much all the polluting you can get), deadly, traitorous, con man, swindling, pernicious, lethal, illegal, haughty, venomous, virulent, mephitic, egotistic, bloodthirsty, yellowbelly, hypocritical, Oedipal, did I say evil, I'm not sure if I said evil, because I want to make sure I say evil . . . EVIL, cretinous, slime buckets in the Bush Administration that I could just spit. Impeachment? Hell no. Impalement. Upon the sharp and righteous sword of the people's justice. Make it a curtain rod. Because it would hurt more.

I think my favorite was "non-tipping". Or maybe "education-ravaging". Or wait, maybe "bribe-soliciting". Or perhaps "wedding party bombing" and "puppy stomping".

I would use a lot of those things in that drivel to describe the Clintons alone, but you know, hey, to each their own.

And then there's the impalement part -- on the "sharp and righteous sword of the people's justice". With writing like that, maybe Babs Streisand could hire him every time she has to make a public speech and say that Shakespeare wrote it first. It would go nicely with tradition.

Hat tip: Michelle Malkin


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Comments (59)

What's another word for the... (Below threshold)

What's another word for thesaurus?

Talk about projection !... (Below threshold)
The Exposer:

Talk about projection !

I congratulate Mr Durst for... (Below threshold)
Drago:

I congratulate Mr Durst for his "relatively" restrained post. His leftist buddies tend to really go "off the deep end" on their rants.

heh.

You know, they'd have been ... (Below threshold)
Tim in PA:

You know, they'd have been well served by looking through this list one more time and thinking about how many of these descriptions could apply to their own party and/or those they choose to root for.

When you start attributing opposition to your politcal positions on virtually any issue to a combination of stupidity and laziness, then you have left the field of rational debate.

I'm not a republican. Obviously, I am a progressive or a democrat either.

When I read a screed like this, even if I might agree with some points of it, I come to one conclusion:

I. Cannot. Work. With. These. People. You simply cannot get through to them for any sort of actual debate. This cannot end well.

"lawyer-shooting". <p... (Below threshold)
chiuninho:

"lawyer-shooting".

the bush administration is holding lawyer shoots?? why wasn't i notified of this? how can i wrangle an invitation? do ya suppose a large cash contribution would help?

seriously, though, do liberals ever NOT whine & snivel like little girls?

My bad, "laziness" should r... (Below threshold)
Tim in PA:

My bad, "laziness" should read "evilness". That's what I get for typing while eating a sandwhich.

Truer words were never spok... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways.

JFO the idiot: "Truer words... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO the idiot: "Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways."

Perhaps JFO will take a moment to address Mr Durst's complaint of "domestic spying" with JFK's wiretapping and monitoring of Martin Luther King.

How 'bout it JFO. Care to take a shot at that one?

How 'bout this one: FDR's internment of over 100,000 Japanese American's during WWII?

Not to worry, it's all down the leftist memory hole with the morons like JFO.

Can you imagine how fun it must be to be a Dem leader and know, just know, that your base is as dumb as a box of rocks and can be told that history started yesterday....and that they'll buy it hook, line, and sinker?

By the way JFO, have you accepted yet that fire can indeed melt steel?

.....cuz it can, you know.....

It sure is nice to (figurat... (Below threshold)
JFO:

It sure is nice to (figuratively) see spittle come from the mouth of folks like Drago when a little satire is demonstrated. You know Drago, well you probably don't, that satire isn't fact.

Oh, and as Bill Orally would say: what say you Drago about that heroine of everything right (pun intended) Ms Malkin's whole damn book about how right it was to intern the Japanese??? I surely won't hold my breath on that one.

JFO, I understand completel... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO, I understand completely your unwillingness to address several very important historical examples of Democrat led Governmental behavior that the modern claims to lament in the Bush administration.

I can also understand your NEED to refocus this obvious intellectaul hypocrisy by use of non-sequitor, straw-men, red herrings, etc.

Still, it would be nice if you take another dose of your daily medication, focus like a laser-beam for a moment, and try to tell us all what you THINK about the two examples I provided of (JFK and FDR respectively) engaging in behavior that the left claims to deplore.

Do you think you can do that? Can you tell us what you "think" without referencing some modern conservative or Republican?

Is that possible?

BTW JFO, do you really beli... (Below threshold)
Drago:

BTW JFO, do you really believe that Mr Durst's rant is "satire"?

Really?

So, you are claiming that Mr Durst doesn't really believe what he wrote, he is just being "funny"?

hmm, I don't think he would agree with you.

Dang, how'd he know I was x... (Below threshold)
Son Of The Godfather:

Dang, how'd he know I was xylophonic?

JFO loves this projection o... (Below threshold)
LoveAmerica Immigrant:

JFO loves this projection of the liberal sewage onto others since he is totally immersed in it.

the spittle-flecked JFO: ".... (Below threshold)
Drago:

the spittle-flecked JFO: "..what say you Drago about that heroine of everything right (pun intended) Ms Malkin's whole damn book about how right it was to intern the Japanese??? "


Uh, could you please list what Governmental policies that Michelle Malkin has been responsible for implementing and can you also provide a link to the evidence that "Ms Malkin" is a "heroine of everything right"?

I'm a little fuzzy as how Malkin fits into a discussion of the relative perfidies of different American administrations.

Easy answer Drago. JFK's wi... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Easy answer Drago. JFK's wiretapping, his attempts to assassinate Castro, his involvement in covert CIA operations in Vietnam and other countries was a disgrace and a significant blemish on his legacy.

Similarly, FDR's internment of the Japanese was racist, undemocratic and a disgrace to his legacy.

Satisfy you now>

How about a little truthiness from you about Malkin's book?

Oh, and if you don't think his piece was satire, you're an idiot.

JFO: "Satisfy you now>"... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO: "Satisfy you now>"

Why, yes. JFO, for your future reference, direct and relevant answers to on-topic questions are usually appreciated. I'm surprised that you do not know this. On the other hand, being a lefty, I know how difficult it must be for to "confine" yourself to a dialogue.

JFO: "How about a little truthiness from you about Malkin's book?"

Hmm, I'm not sure how to answer this question as I've not read her book. JFO, for your future reference, it's best not to lob in non-sequitors as they tend not to advance the dialogue or the march to "understanding".

Further, what possible relevance can Michelle Malkin have to FDR's policies? (hint: "none")

JFO: "Oh, and if you don't think his piece was satire, you're an idiot."

I believe that Mr Durst would be surprised to see you misinterpreting and mischaracterizing his comments. Since you do not realize you are doing that, I guess that makes you an idiot.

I like the Oil Company Hugg... (Below threshold)

I like the Oil Company Hugging...if they are so against the oil companies get off the roads, and out of the airlines so I do not have to deal with them on the roads, and at the airports.

Oh well, I also am a religious nut, recognized life in my womb 4 times, and a stay home mousewife, how on earth could he have missed that?

HATE SPEECH!... (Below threshold)
_Mike_:

HATE SPEECH!

Of course you wouldn't answ... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Of course you wouldn't answer the question. Who didn't know that?

As for your weasel excuse to get out of the answer, i.e. what does Malkin have to do with FDR I'd only say this:what did Durst's piece have to do with FDR? Are you that stupid and that much of a weasel? I guess so.

But let me make it easy even for someone like you. Malkin;s book justified the internment of the Japanese. Do you agree or disagree that FDR was right in doing it? And why. Simple questions for a simple person. Can't wait for your weasel non-answer.

Based on the near-pointless... (Below threshold)
Drago:

Based on the near-pointlessness ("near-" since JFO did answer a few direct questions! Kudos JFO!!) of engaging JFO in meaningful conversation, I'd like to formally request mantis to pop by for some elevated disagreement.

dragoYou are such ... (Below threshold)
JFO:

drago

You are such a weasel. How pathetic that must be. Kinda sad.

Come on you can weasel better than that.

JFO: "Of course you wouldn'... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO: "Of course you wouldn't answer the question. Who didn't know that?"

Hmmm. Let me get this straight. You ask me to consider the content of book by a current-day political pundit (that I haven't read) in addressing a larger point about specific Governmental actions taken 65 years ago.

And then you characterize that as a refusal to "answer the question."

Wow. Why couldn't we just discuss where WE stand on a particular policy?

Would that be so difficult?

Seriously?

I was wondering who crashed... (Below threshold)

I was wondering who crashed thesaurus.com ....

I'd like to invite that guy... (Below threshold)

I'd like to invite that guy to take off his jacket and step into a voting booth and say that. "People's justice", snort!

No, Because you said you ha... (Below threshold)
JFO:

No, Because you said you hadn't read her I asked you to answer an easy question.

I'll do it again so you can't change the subject or content again.

Do you, or do you not agree with FDR's internment of the Japanese? And why or why not?

JFO: "But let me make it ea... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO: "But let me make it easy even for someone like you."

Easy for "someone like me"? You mean, someone who hasn't read Malkin's book, right? Is not reading a Malkin book considered poor scholarship by you?

JFO: "Malkin;s book justified the internment of the Japanese."

I'll take your word for it.

JFO: "Do you agree or disagree that FDR was right in doing it?"

Wow!! Congratulations! Finally, a simple, direct question!! What a day!!

My answer is, I disagree (within the comfort of my hindsight and y greater historical understanding of the domestic threat posed by some actual Japanese-American saboteurs) with FDR's wholesale internment of Japanese-Americans on the West Coast. I think it's clear that one of the major reasons why the Japanese-Americans were rounded up (as opposed to German-Americans or Italian-Americans) was cultural. There was so little "general" (national) understanding of the Japanese or their culture, in addition to the Japanese living in large but confined areas of te states, that it made it easier to single them out.

Of course, the fact that it was the Japanese that bombed the homeland and not the Germans or Italians cannot be discounted.

But again, note my caveat. Could you really say that if you were just the same old JFO you are today but living in 1941 that you would not have supported such a policy at that time? I don't think either of us is really in a position to answer that.

JFO: "Can't wait for your weasel non-answer."

JFO, for your reference, if you ask non-weaselly direct questions, you are much more likely to get direct answers.

JFO: "I'll do it again so y... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO: "I'll do it again so you can't change the subject or content again."

JFO, for your future reference, having someone address your comments/assertions/assumptions etc, in a methodical and sequential manner is generally not considered "changing the subject or content".

Didn't you know that?

"seriously, though, do libe... (Below threshold)
Mike:

"seriously, though, do liberals ever NOT whine & snivel like little girls?"

Um, no.

Thanks for the answer Drago... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Thanks for the answer Drago. I have pretty much the same view as do you.

William Faulkner would be p... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

William Faulkner would be proud of such a rant, but only for the lack of periods.

Adjectives and adverbs...<b... (Below threshold)
nogo war:

Adjectives and adverbs...
Reality..
Pakistan.
Again..we kiss the ass of someone who represents everything we are supposed to stand against.
..and please don't talk about "earmarks " when we have given this dictator billions...
Let's see...our troops are over extended and being killed and wounded to promote "democracy" in Iraq.
Is Pakistan the Middle East model we are shooting for?
We all want it both ways...but life is not like that. Either you you support our tax $$ going to Pakistan or you don't.
This is no liberal/conservative issue.
but hey..reduce yourselves to sound bites you feel obligated to copy.

JFO: "Thanks for the answer... (Below threshold)
Drago:

JFO: "Thanks for the answer Drago. I have pretty much the same view as do you."

No kidding.

Look JFO, you're on the left (at times I'd say far left). I'm on the right (you'd claim,probably, that I'm on the far-right).

Be that as it may, you've got to learn to stop throwing everything including the kitchen sink into a Q & A with someone else.

I'll bet that if I read Malkin's book, her point would be that if you are the US Gov't which:

-had just been attacked at Pearl Harbor, and
-your FBI and intelligence services had no real idea of the threat posed by Japanese-Americans on the West Coast, but
-you knew there were in fact some spies and saboteurs at work, and
-your Admirals just told you that having your the majority of the power of your Pacific Fleet destroyed and that the West Coast was "wide open" to attack, ..

well, life and decisions ain't always so easy for the CinC.

no-go logic: "Adjectives an... (Below threshold)
Drago:

no-go logic: "Adjectives and adverbs...
Reality..
Pakistan."

Stupidity and inanity.....
nogo..
war.

No-go logic: "Again..we kiss the ass of someone who represents everything we are supposed to stand against."

Says the representative of the left which revered and loves Lenin, Stalin, Mao, kim, Castro, Kim, Che, Lon Nol, Chavez, etc.

no-go logic: "..and please don't talk about "earmarks " when we have given this dictator billions..."

Yes, lets not talk about earmarks (a subject that Dems made great hay out of during the last election) now that the Dems are in charge and earmarking more than ever.

hey nogo, consistency much?

no-go logic: "Let's see...our troops are over extended and being killed and wounded to promote "democracy" in Iraq."

And are reenlisting and volunteering to return to the combat zones in record numbers to kill nogo's friends on the Al Qaeda side.

no-go logic: "Is Pakistan the Middle East model we are shooting for?"

No, but neither was East Germany, yet the left loved Honneker and the gang.

no-go, hurry back to class, recess is almost over.

BTW Nogo, you forgot the pa... (Below threshold)
Drago:

BTW Nogo, you forgot the part where Karl Rove took away your pony.....

drago: know that y... (Below threshold)
JFO:

drago:

know that you were not necessarily defending butI have to respond to your theories that may have been used to justify the interments.

120,000 Americans, not Japanese but Americans were interred, Of that number about 70% were American-born US citizens. The average age was about 18. We're not talking about "foreigners" here, we're talking about folks born here. I just needed to say that.

Cool. Karl Rove has become ... (Below threshold)
SarahConnor2:

Cool. Karl Rove has become a verb.

JFO, you're duplicity is sh... (Below threshold)

JFO, you're duplicity is showing.

First, you don't really think that Durst's rant is "satire," do you. Come on.

And your comment, "Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways," was not intended to be satirical either, was it?

You really believe it, don't you.

You can do it, JFO. You'll feel better about it if you just type it out, right here, right now...

I

AM

A

MOONBAT

wavemakerInstead o... (Below threshold)
JFO:

wavemaker

Instead of making a fool of yourself, well never mind that part. Instead of looking as ignorant as you are, well never mind that part either.

Use your google jackass. Do some research. The guy is a political satirist by trade! You're entitled to think he isn't funny, but to not understand what he;s about - well, I guess that makes you a WINGNUT.

The rant is the kind of juv... (Below threshold)
SPQR:

The rant is the kind of juvenile silliness that has been par for the course from liberal/Left commentary for years now.

Of course, nogo war and JFO love it.

LOL SPQR, take the hankie f... (Below threshold)
JFO:

LOL SPQR, take the hankie from under your effite nose and join the rest of the world.

Again, JFO just proved Jay ... (Below threshold)
LoveAmerica Immigrant:

Again, JFO just proved Jay 's point: JFO = "Just Fucking Obtuse"

JFO;I grew up in S... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

JFO;

I grew up in San Francisco listening to Durst during his various appearances on KQAK and Alex Bennett's Live 105 radio shows in the 1980's and early '90's. Durst is a political satirist in as much as Ted Kennedy is a senator--in name only, and self-described name at that.

His "humor" is often trite, unoriginal and cliched (sort of like his piece here). I personally saw Durst many times at many of the Bay Area's really great comedy shops, and during many of his appearances at the annual San Francisco Comedy Festival, and I can this honestly: very few people laugh at his stuff. Seriously, we're talkin' crickets and tumbleweeds kinda un-funny where you're just wishing somebody, anybody would laugh for the guy.

(I think the only person I felt more sorry for at the SF Comedy Fest. one year, was when a drunk/stoned Jeannine Garofalo took the stage. Stumbling around, incoherent, mumbling--all for her 10-minute routine. I kid you not, people booed, and booed relentlessly. Durst was just met with awkward silence.)

Oh, he has his moments where he can be funny, and he's a good improv-er, but really his "humor" just isn't, well, funny. It's mean-spirited, agenda-frothing and yawn-inducing crap. There's very little in his humor that makes it universally funny to all.

Some great comics came out of (or at least went through) that town: Dana Gould (now exec prod. on The Simpsons), Bobcat Goldwaith, Bob Rubin and others whose names escape me. But Durst wasn't one of 'em. He was never in their class, never will be, either.

PeterAs I said, on... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Peter

As I said, one is certainly entitled to think he isn't funny or that he misses the mark. As you well know different comedy strikes people in different ways. One man's satire is another's boorish attempt at humor.

But that isn't the issue.The issue is whether his column was intended to be satire. It may have missed the mark in many eyes but that doesn't mean it's not satire. I thought he went on too long myself and I am more a fan of John Stewart's satire anyway.

I don't know about you guys... (Below threshold)
Clay:

I don't know about you guys, but I am so sick and tired of these lying, thieving, immoral, leftwing, cruel, crude, rude, gauche, coarse, crass, cocky, corrupt, dishonest, debauched, degenerate, dissolute, swaggering, lawyer kissing, bullhorn shouting, infra-structure destroying, buck passing, hysterical, criminal, history revising, finger pointing, baby stomping, roommate appointing, pretzel logic, collateral damaging, aspersion casting, same-sex wedding planning, tree hugging, coddling, jobs outsourcing, troop insulting, election fixing, individual's rights eradicating, troop support cutting, uncouth, spiteful, boorish, vengeful, America hating, homo loving, xenophobic, xylophonic, racist, sexist, atheist, fascist, castrated, audaciously stupid, brazenly selfish, lethally ignorant, journalist purchasing, genocide ignoring, islamofascist kissing, poverty inducing, crooked, coercive, autocratic, primitive, uppity, high-handed, domineering, arrogant, inhuman, effeminate, inbred, inept, insipid, incapable, incompetent, ineffectual, insolent, insincere, know-it-all, snotty, pompous, contemptuous, supercilious, gutless, spineless, shameless, avaricious, noxious, poisonous, imperious, merciless, graceless, tactless, brutish, brutal, BDS, backward thinking, persistent vegetative state grandstanding, nuclear option cowering, evolution foisting, irony deprived, consciously depraved, conceited, perverted, peremptory invading, thirty-five day vacation taking, bribe soliciting, hellish, smarty pants, loudmouth, bullying, swell headed, ethics eluding, domestic spying, medical marijuana smoking, inconvenient truthing, narcissistic, diplomacy addicted, blustering, malevolent, demonizing, Sandy Bergering, hectoring, Teddy drunk, Muslim sucking, hurricane hollering, spotted owl hugging, judge packing, junk science spreading, faith based adversing, contribution selling, nonsense spewing, education ravaging, whiny, insane, unscrupulous, lily livered, elitist (exponential factor fifteen), fraudulent, delusional, redistricting, anybody who disagrees with them slandering, fact twisting, sovereignty selling, betraying, chicken, sell out, quisling, god and flag burning, PC mongering, Karl Rove libeling, smirking, bastardly, vote tampering, sociopathic, cowardly, treasonous, Constitution shredding, oppressive, vulgar, antagonistic, trust funding, nontipping, tyrannizing, peace undermining, art and education and reason and media polluting (which is pretty much all the polluting you can get), deadly, traitorous, con man, swindling, pernicious, lethal, illegal, haughty, venomous, virulent, mephitic, egotistic, whiny, yellowbelly, hypocritical, girly man, did I say evil, I'm not sure if I said evil, because I want to make sure I say evil . . . EVIL, cretinous, slime buckets in the Pelosi House that I could just spit. Impeachment? Hell no. Impalement. Upon the sharp and righteous sword of the people's justice. Make it a curtain rod. Because it would hurt more.

There. Now it's funny. Isn't it?

JFO said, "But that isn'... (Below threshold)

JFO said, "But that isn't the issue. The issue is whether his column was intended to be satire. "

The issue is whether or not it was funny.

Actually, I got past that part pretty easily and willingly accept that he thought he was being funny. Then I was left wondering if this comment:

Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways.

was supposed to be "humor" too.

Somehow, I don't think so. I don't think you thought it was funny either, JFO.

Or are you too dense to see that if this *is* indeed funny, it's only because he's making fun of those who would accept it as being accurate and eloquent.

hurricane disregarding<... (Below threshold)
JohnAnnArbor:

hurricane disregarding

Oh, he must be talking about Mayor Nagin. Let the buses flood, don't bother looking at the hurricane plan...

Oh gee, JFO -- I've never h... (Below threshold)

Oh gee, JFO -- I've never heard of Will Durst before.

And it never occurred to me that a satirist must alway -- ALWAYS -- publish satire and nothing else.

The question is, did he mean it.

Because you've already made it clear that you believe it is "accurate," which says more about you than it does about him.

JFO:"Truer wor... (Below threshold)
marc:

JFO:

"Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways."

And I feel sure you wore out 2-3 dictionary's attempting to decipher half the words contained in it.

Drago:"BTW Nog... (Below threshold)
marc:

Drago:

"BTW Nogo, you forgot the part where Karl Rove took away your pony....."

That was no pony... it was a unicorn.

That's great!... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

That's great!

Truer words were n... (Below threshold)
Truer words were never spoken in such eloquent and accurate ways.

If someone considers a list of adjectives to be eloquent, I think we can fairly question their intellectual development.

Dammit, Why couldn't Durst ... (Below threshold)
RadStayteColluge:

Dammit, Why couldn't Durst throw in "Faggots" for good measure?

JFO's feeble attempt to "co... (Below threshold)

JFO's feeble attempt to "converse" with Drago was amusing to say the least.........

Question for JFO. Do you truly believe in your convictions that this country is so at wrong in it's conviction to combat a jihadist movement that would/could have dramatic/deadly changes in your way of life, (see daily life in the ME), that you can purport to suggest an articulate alternative?---- how much would you do to prevent such an action? "Cause where I stand, you have nothing but distain for the direction this nation is headed. Can you even for a minute try to come up with a semblance of modernity or relevance that can explain your "philosophy"? Quit beating around the Booooooooosh.

Does your passive excuse for reality sometimes leave a strange taste in you mouth?

Rovinsworld is just curious.


November 9, 2007 - 12:29 ET by Free Thinker

"For anyone who has studied Lincoln the parallels between Lincoln's presidency and Bush's presidency are uncanny. I think when all is said and done history will make the favorable comparison of President Bush to Lincoln. Both Presidents were unpopular at the time, both were faced with unpopular wars thrust upon the nation by others, both recognized the long term implications of losing those wars and each had the convictions to resist what was politically expedient based on popular opinion for the good of the long term future of our country." (find the link yur self)

This is the Nation I see.

Hey Durst! I know you are b... (Below threshold)
smitty:

Hey Durst! I know you are but what am I?

"lawyer shooting"---if only... (Below threshold)
smitty:

"lawyer shooting"---if only they were.

First of all Mr/Ms/Mrs Rovi... (Below threshold)
JFO:

First of all Mr/Ms/Mrs Rovin, anyone who refers to himself in the third person is, to say the least, way so in love with him/herself and way incredibly arrogant.

That said (necessarily) what the frig are you even talking about? I've been engaged in discussions about w/n Durst's piece was satire and then got into a discussion about the internment of Japanese-American citizens in WWII. Your post is a spittle filled question/statement about terrorism which somehow you interpolated from a discussion about satire. Were/are you still drunk? Can you get out of Rovinsworld for just a minute or two and come to planet earth for a dose of reality. Shouldn't you take the tin foil and antennae off your head and leave Rovinsworld for a while. It's just a blog you know, not another planet or country.

There are meds for folks like you. And doctors and institutions.

I think Durst encapsulates ... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

I think Durst encapsulates the entire Democratic/liberal/lunatic fringe mode of argument: slogans, invective, ad hominem.

But no facts. So, it's just par for the course in liberal "argumentation," if you can call it an argument. I don't.

Huh! Hillary put out a new ... (Below threshold)
Ragnar Danneskold Author Profile Page:

Huh! Hillary put out a new ad?

She forgot groin-centric right wing conspirator.

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Spurwing Plover:

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