[FoRK] republican congressman slams bush on militarised
Thu Oct 13 14:51:12 PDT 2005
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Dave Long writes:
> So if both bong-loading hippie pinko-commies
> and brass-reloading redneck staunch-righties
> don't care to give bush positive performance
> reviews, who does?
> Somebody must, because they voted for him in
> 2004. Anyone? Hall? Bueller?
That would be the unthinkingly-patriotic soccer mom crowd, the ones for
whom the mantra of "turr turr turrsts turrrsts 9-11 turr" works.
> :: :: ::
> > "I think the arrogance of power that they have where they themselves
> > are
> > like Communists....in the sense that they decide what is right. The
> > Communist Party said that they decided what was right or wrong, it
> > wasn't a higher source."
> Heh. I don't recall the Bolshies being
> totally off base about WMD. Nuts, yes,
> but not stark raving oh-would-that-make
> own-some!-funny-how-that-works... mad.
> > There has to be something like peace and order first.
> > That's a very naive statement. What you call disorder is just as
> > normal a state of things as the order you are so keen on. All this
> > destruction -- it's the right and proper preliminary stage of a wide,
> > constructive plan. Society has not yet disintegrated sufficiently.
> > It must fall to pieces completely, then a genuinely revolutionary
> > government will put the pieces together on a completely new basis.
> (sound like any "conservatives" we know?)
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