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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Liberals Project Predjudices Onto Republicans

 Obama has been pillorying the Republican candidates with: “We don’t believe in the kind of smallness that says it’s OK for a stage full of political leaders — one of whom could end being the President of the United States — being silent when an American soldier is booed,”

This morning Christiane Amanpour tried to rattle Herman Cain by demanding over and over why he had not berated the audience.  In his Southern gentlemanly style he informed her the moderators were in charge not the candidates.  They were in the middle of debating one another–not their audience.  Moreover, under those circumstances there was no way at all to determine who was booing and about what.  Most likely the audience was responding to the policy: Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, not the soldier.
I know that at the time, that is what I thought.  Liberals on the other hand hear what they hear out of their own projections.  Republicans don’t boo soldiers no matter what their orientation.

27 comments:

Jack said...

The Economist

Sarkazein said...

From the post- "Liberals on the other hand hear what they hear out of their own projections."

We have witnessed that over and over on this blog.

Jack said...

The Republican base?

Sarkazein said...

The Democrat base

Jack said...

Quel Suprise!

Sarkazein said...

Jack can't even talk about Herman Cain. He thinks if he ignores him he'll go away. Or does Jack think Mr Cain does not really exist because Mr Cain is not a liberal Black... so therefore he does not exist.

Jack said...

Dear RNC,

Please, please nominate Cain.

Sincerely,

Barack Obama

Republican National Committee said...

Dear Jack,
We don't do the nominating. We have a process which involves caucuses, primaries and a convention of delegates which actually does the nominating.

Sincerely
RNC

2 4 T said...

"Republicans don’t boo soldiers no matter what their orientation." (Blogger)

Sure they do Blogger. Don't you remember all the conservatives who were spitting on our troops coming back from Viet Nam....

Oh...Wait a minute....

Those were liberals.


Never mind.

Sarkazein said...

RNC kinda nailed Jack on that one, I'd say. Jacks has much to learn about the American political system. This maybe on the test for citizenship Jack... so pay attention.

Jack said...

Dear RNC,

Please look-up your own definition.....

"The Republican National Convention is the presidential nominating convention of the Republican Party of the United States. Convened by the Republican National Committee, the stated purpose of the convocation is to nominate an official candidate in an upcoming U.S. presidential election, and to adopt the party platform and rules for the election cycle."

Sincerely,
Those of us who can spell "homeschooler".

Sarkazein said...

Jack---- You just can't be honest. You know you were using the RNC for Republican National Committee and not Republican National Convention. Or were you sending your "letter" to the convention and not the committee?

Jack said...

Haha. Thanks for the laugh Sark. You are clearly grasping at straws now.

Sarkazein said...

Jack-You just can't be honest.

Jack said...

Haha, yeah, that's it.

Just as I asked Guy when he lobbed the accusation at me (twice...and was unable to answer...twice), I'll ask you...

What am I being dishonest about?

Sarkazein said...

Hope-less

Jack said...

So then, nothing. Thanks.

Jack said...

C'est si bon

Sarkazein said...

We have a new Liberal POV. Not one word about the original post, only attacks on Republicans or Conservatives.

guy faulkes said...

No Sark,You have made an error. We most probably have one of the three people that posted as Liberalproverbs18;2 posting as Jack. This is evident from the identical styles of writing. Jack is LPOV 3.

How long do you think it took him to find the Republican national convention straw at which to clutch? The Republican Nation Committee is frequently referred to as the RNC. I have never heard of the convention referred to in this manner.

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulkes- It is hard to believe there could be more than one ego behind such similar posts, I agree.

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulkes- His RNC story was pitiful. It probably made sense to him and he is probably used to getting over on like-minded people.

Anonymous said...

No, of course it makes no sense. You can ask 100 people what group is referred to by the RNC initials. Not one of that 100 will say "Republican National Convention".

Jack is just doing what he always does. He won't admit to being wrong no matter how far off base he gets. He will just redefine, obfuscate and lie in an effort to prove that he was 'right' to begin with.

I don't think he is "Liberal POV" - although they have a lot in common. They are both idealogs without wisdom - each has a political opinion that is not influenced by the facts in any situation. Each will go off on a Google search in an effort to find any data which MIGHT be used to refute a conservative point; each is politically and economically naive.

But, keep in mind, each is inconsequential. Nobody takes either one seriously.

Blogger said...

Jack "C'est si bon" Your victim has said "“My family and I dealt with this matter and we’ve successfully moved forward in our relationship,” the statement said. “The charges surrounding this incident were dropped against me over a year ago and with all the issues we are facing in our country right now, I’m not sure why this deserves a headline."

So, what's your point?

guy faulkes said...

How are you doing, dolt? Does it rankle to have to post as Anonymous?

Sarkazein said...

"rankle"... must be someone else.

Johnny Rico said...

The liberals (Yack and POVs) say the Tea Party is racist, yet Hermain Cain is now a frontrunner. Their theories and accusations keep getting shot down. I love seeing Yack and gang groping and grasping for traction on a an issue they have clearly lost!! The tide is turning Yack!!! LOL!!!

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico