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The long knives are out, aren't they? This is beginning to remind me of Darren Wilson and Michael Brown. 'Hands up don't shoot', anyone? Which Eric Holder's Justice Dept was forced to concede never happened and was a load of crap. But it didn't stop Holder, POTUS, and their pet whore Al Sharpton from fanning the flames. Never let good witch hunt go to waste.
The accused in this sordid affair are guilty or they're not. Seems to me the reasonable thing to do would be to await the results of the investigation. But for the 'guilty until proven innocent' crowd, not so much.
A very dim ray of sunshine barely shining through this ridiculous mess - the city appears as least marginally responsive to public pressure & outcry.
My contributions are so meaningless that you can't stop yourself from responding to each and every one of them, lol. You can't make this $hi+ up, you really can't. Pavlov's dog much, Pat? I think I hear the bell ringing, let's all gather 'round and watch Pat drool!
You're so far above the fray that you keep coming back to whine about every post that gets your knickers in a twist. You're nothing if not entertaining, in a 'look at the village idiot' kind of way. Keep it coming, Sunshine. Maybe you'll even convince yourself how seriously you don't take your hypocritical crusade.
Seriously, Sunshine? Not only are you the anti-name calling name-caller, now you're lecturing those who stray from the substance of Ms Case's letter while having nothing to say about it yourself - you're far too invested in your hall monitor hypocrite jive. You can't even turn around without tripping over your own hypocrisy. You're not just pathetic, you're uber-patheic. Ye gods.
You're a riot, Pat - in a 'fish in a barrel' kind of way; when the barrel contains preening hypocrites.
"Name calling is against the posting rules and should get you kicked off this forum." Not a lot of ambiguity there. If you had the courage of that unequivocally stated conviction, you wouldn't pretend you needed one of the Pilot's resident crybabies to enforce it. That you cling to such a juvenile charade says more about you than you know.
"Read my lips: No new taxes"
~ G.H.W. Bush
"Iraq is worth few American lives, and to try to overthrow Saddam would lead the US into a quagmire."
~ Dick Cheney
"I have a wide stance."
~ Larry Craig, traditional values crusader
"Name calling is against the posting rules and should get you kicked off this forum."
~ Pat West, champion of civil discourse
You are in excellent company, my friend!
Who have I tried to "browbeat" off this forum, Pat? And why are you still posting, in the wake of your edict that "Name calling is against the posting rules and should get you kicked off this forum."? Which was, of course, after you had violated that same edict. I haven't yet decided if your raging hypocrisy is amusing, pathetic, or craven. I suspect it may be a conflation of the three.
I can’t speak to Mark’s post, since a resident crybaby had it removed before I was able to see it. But let’s review some memorable deployments of Nazi imagery in furtherance of various pet dogmas. We can go all the way back to Barry Goldwater's GOP Presidential nomination, which prompted CA Gov. Pat Brown to observe the "stench of fascism is in the air."
We recall Nancy Pelosi’s bogus fabrication that Obamacare protesters were wearing swastikas to townhall meetings.
“There’s a whiff of fascism in the air”, according to bloated Dem Jerrold Nadler when Bush supporters protested a secret vote recount (nice to know that generations Dems will happily recycle good old fashioned nazi slurs).
Albany State Troopers assigned to protect Hillary Clinton during the 2000 Dem primary were spit on and referred to by Dem delegates as “Guilani’s storm troopers.”
The British edition cover of Paul Krugman’s The Great Unraveling was published with a portrait of Dick Cheney sporting a Hitler mustache.
The term Bushitler became so ubiquitous that it has been thoughtfully defined for us by urbadictionary.com
Al Gore derided as "brownshirts" the GOP functionaries assigned to respond to criticism of Bush & the Iraq war.
NYT columnist Frank Rich's review of a Showtime 9/11 program opined that it was so favorable to W that it "is best viewed as a fitting memorial to Leni Riefenstahl."
The Nation columnist Dave Lindorff's piece: “Bush and Hitler: The Strategy of Fear”
Sen. Robert Byrd took to the Senate floor in 2003 to compare the Bush administration to the Nazi elite. It could be what earned the revered Klansman his posthumous hand job from Bill Clinton at the Byrd memorial.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson's characterization of Bush's re-election as "nazi like."
RFK Jr. accused the GOP of using nazi and fascist tactics during the presidential campaign that same year.
NAACP director Julian Bond in 2006: "Republican flag and the Nazi flag fly side by side."
I'm confident that the crybaby/crybabies who nuked Mark's post are angry! aghast! outraged! enflamed! at these vile allusions, and will flag this post for deletion. And will condemn in the strongest possible terms liberal luminaries like Gore, Paul Krugman, RFK Jr, Frank Rich, Jesse Jackson, et al. Because they admire the GOP, or something.
Resist we much!
John - my understanding is that the Pilot ignores this forum until one of our resident crybabies reads something that makes them cry. The post is flagged and removal is automatic. The crybabies never identify themselves, and the Pilot appears content to insulate their cowardice.
Depleting our savings account was "irresponsible and unpatriotic" with W at the helm, according to his successor. "30 thousand dollars for every man woman and child!" Of course, that's when the gullible were happily being conned into believing what a responsible financial steward he was going to be. Now that O has ratcheted up that depletion by an order of magnitude, it's crickets. Raving hypocrite much, Mr. President?
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