Friday, January 22, 2010

John Edwards official Senate photo portrait.Image via Wikipedia

Buried: Edwards Admission Hidden in Four out of Top Five U.S. Newspapers

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CNN’s Rick Sanchez Not Sure Who’s Protesting At Annual Pro-Life March in D.C.

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NBC Trumpeted the Launch of Liberal 'Counterweight' Air America, Skips Demise of Radio Network

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Stewart Blasts Olbermann for Brown Rants, Defends Michelle Malkin

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Dems in Denial: Blame it on Their Candidate

NPG_Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy (In Memo...Image by catface3 via Flickr

52% SCOTT BROWN (R) 1,142,015
47% MARTHA COAKLEY (D)D: 1,022,000

Sen. Jim Webb [D]: 'Suspend further votes on health care legislation until Senator-elect Brown is seated'...

VIDEO: Barney Frank calls for changing rules of senate...
They'll delay seating Brown. Cheaters.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

You Can't Coexist with People Who Want to Kill You


You’ve seen these, right? They make me mad. Why? Because they don’t really mean what they say.

Let’s break it down. We’ll call each worldview by the letter it’s supposed to represent. So:

  • C = Islam
  • O = Pacifism
  • E = “Gender equality” (=the LGBT agenda)
  • X = Judaism
  • I = Wicca / Pagan / Bah’ai
  • S =Taoism / Confucianism
  • T = Christianity

And let’s assume a very broad definition of “coexist”: living together without calling for the destruction of each other. Here are the problems with that:

  • C wants to kill E, X, T, and (by implication) O. If they achieved the world they wanted, I and S would also no longer exist.
  • O doesn’t allow for effective resistance or defeat of C.
  • E stands in direct opposition to C, X, and T, and accuses those who speak against them of hate speech. Also, they’re trying to edge X and T out of public schools in favor of their own agenda. (They’re afraid C will be offended, so they get less trouble.) E is actually very, very intolerant.
  • X’s existence is threatened not only by C but also by O, who invariably supports C over X.
  • I and S are statistically insignificant and are mainly on there to complete the bumper sticker.
  • T is who the bumper sticker is really arguing against, but poses no physical threat to any of the others.

Historically, T has brought about more tolerance– “coexistence” if you will– than any other movement. But the kind of “coexistence” the people who make this sticker envision is one where at least X and T are completely marginalized.

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Sunday, January 10, 2010