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Not All Democrats Are Jackasses, But These Are

..::Update Below::..


Michael Moore: Hurricane Coming During GOP Convention
'Proof There Is a God in Heaven'

He did back off a bit after saying what he said. But it still goes to the mindset of some folks. Especially this next guy, former DNC National Chairman Don Fowler...


Fowler Fouls: Hurricane is God's Favor to Democrats

...taking delight in the misery and deaths of those killed by Gustav simply because it disrupts the Republican Convention? New lows are reached for this special brand of jackass.


And this! This just takes the cake...

Palin attacks counterproductive as well as moronic
...but it's the Daily Kos. Can't get more jackass than that! But, before anyone wants to attack the morality of Gov. Palin or her family, let's not forget...

wouldn’t it be an interesting contrast to the Democratic candidate, who was willing to abort his hypothetical grandchildren to remove the "burden" of an unplanned pregnancy?"

Betsy Newmark has somewhat to add to this Kossite lunacy jumped semi-mainstream [that's about as much as I'll give Andrew Sullivan].


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Gov Palin is certainly not off limits in terms of criticism. Every candidate for so high an office expects attacks, but some press the bounds of decency; neither side of the political fence can claim supreme moral authority in this respect. But if the kook fringe want to press this kind of attack, I say go for it. These are the kind that backfire more often than not.

The worst network out there? MSNBC/NBC They began smearing Palin from the moment she was announced. Read about it here and here. This should end all debate about whether or not the MSM is biased... but it won't.


..::Update::.. September 1

It would seem the young lady the Kossites are tarnishing is five months pregnant. With the baby they claim is hers being 4 months old, it would seem Bristol Palin got pregnant 1 month before "her baby" was born. But before the left tries to tarnish the Palin family moral values, let's contrast the two campaigns once more.

Quoting BHO once more:

Look, I got two daughters — 9 years old and 6 years old... I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby."

Michelle Malkin had this to say in summary:

One ticket sees this as a blessing. The other sees it as a curse. Could the core differences between the two be any starker?


Personal Thought:
For the Palin family this is yet another child that will not be passed through the fire to Molech.


posted by Eric @ 10:18 PM,

2 Comments:

On September 2, 2008 at 1:03 AM, Anonymous erudite redneck said...

Hmmm. It's BS, of course. Just like the "God caused Katrina" BS.

Alternative theories regarding Hurricane Katrina

Of course, you condemned those guys then. (You very well may have.)

 
On September 2, 2008 at 1:26 AM, Blogger ELAshley said...

ER-- I took the liberty of reposting your comment so that the link was more easily accessible to anyone who wished to visit the article.


As to your last statement. I didn't condemn them, but I didn't wholly endorse them either. I merely asked the question: What makes America so special?

The link is here, but the relevant text is below. From January 17, 2006, emphasis added...

"...a number of AM Radio hosts (not Limbaugh) and assorted other talking heads have all jumped on the Mayor's claim that God is angry at America... Hence Katrina. Apparently it is ridiculous to say that God is angry with America and demonstrates His anger through natural disasters, and is an absolute no-no... Even in conservative circles. I have to politely disagree. Why should America cling to the arrogant belief that it is exempt from the wrath of God, that we are in fact blessed? Especially since we kill untold numbers of innocent children via the constitutional right of abortion."

Mayor Nagin himself made the "God caused Katrina," claim. I said the claim wasn't entirely ridiculous because we are certainly worthy of such, considering....

Personally, the idea of storms as the wrath of God has no real basis in scripture. Yeah, God caused a flood, but He also promised He'd never do it that big again. God's wrath almost exclusively came through war and conflict. So what does that say about 9/11?

 

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