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What's the cruel neutrality? That they aren't "beautiful people?" They're the backbone of America.
I think the 'cruel' part must have been the snippet of Rush? Brief but still far too long for my taste.
You want cruel neutrality?All this crying about the Tea Party being violent and Republicans supposedly inciting violence-Try this own for size a liberal media source -(that's even more widely read)-Gawker-here is what they had to say about Bobby Jindal's female campaign staff being beat up in New Orleans:While drunk Republicans in impoverished cities that their party allowed to be literally drowned just might deserve whatever the f*ck they get, there's no indication that a Republican couple was beaten up in New Orleans last Friday for political reasons.Gawker.comAnd Democrats *pretend* to get all bent out of shape over the word *reload*.
edit:Try this *one* for size....
mad, the Demos just need something to hang their hat on and nothing is working. And they know the reload thing isn't working any better than the Hildabeast's reset button.What's worse, as Ann notes in an earlier post, they're losing the people and they know it and it's driving them up the freaking wall.(How dare those people think for themselves?)
edutcher-I edited that comment still got stuff wrong...I accidently left out a question because I'm not exactly sure but-weren't they accusing right wing blogs of inciting violence-yet they have a much more widely read Liberal internet site spewing "opinion" like that.It's been up for three days-with no complaint from the Liberals.In fact I was going to re-post it on the thread where Montagne is upset because he thinks Hoosier Daddy is implying violence. There's too many threads today. I can't even find where Montagne is complaining about Hoosier's supposedly violent comment.Little squeekers!
Kewl, The Statue of Liberty doing the moon walk! M.J. lives!
Tom Sawyer is a nice Tea Party anthem. Cruel neutrality would be Sweden in WW2.
Oh gawd-Don't get me started on Sweden-I'm off to go raid the liquor cabinet.
No, his mind is not for rentTo any god or governmentAlways hopeful, yet discontentHe knows changes aren't permanentBut change is
If these photos are "neutrality" imagine what a biased photographer could do. Not exactly "March on Washington 1963" stuff, aina?
Am I missing something, or do the Madison and other Tea Party photos on the internet today tend to show small and uninspired crowds.
It was a big crowd. One estimate was 12,000.
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