Monday, August 15, 2005

how would the wingnuts treat other selfless heroes?

Dr Denn sent me this article over the weekend. It basically is poking fun at Füx News and how they would cover the Rosa Parks issue were they around sullying the airwaves with their hatenewspeak.
Hannity: “Rosa Parks has turned this whole so-called civil rights issue into a public circus. We have information that Ted Kennedy might have put her up to this. That amazing story when we come back!”

Colmes: “You’re right, Sean. I’m sorry.”

Anyway, this made me realize that it would not matter how decent a person Cindy Sheehan was/is. These arses would dump on her. They have nothing to offer humanity. They are the war criminals of the 21st Century. I feel certain if it was Mother Theresa down at Camp Casey they'd find some way to make this a personal diatribe on her. The thing is, right after I could see this story I said to my friends, "wait till the muck farm kicks in, you won't believe the smear the shite merchants will get going over this." Almost on cue, here it is.
Lets face it, these are the guys who avoided military service themselves and then dumped on the likes of Max Cleland. They represent the worst aspects of humanity.
So, maybe I am thinking about things wrong?.. Yeah, you heard me. Maybe to get the message accross to the filth throwing bottom feeders is to speak their language?

Cindy Sheehan, "unpatriotic" like Max Cleland

Cleland, a Democrat, is a former U.S. Senator and critic of the Bush Administration. Cleland also served in the Vietnam War, where he was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star for valorous action in combat, including during the battle of Khe Sanh. While in Vietnam on April 8, 1968, Cleland was severely wounded while attempting to pick up a grenade dropped by another soldier. He lost both legs and part of one arm in the accident.

He was defeated while running for a second term in 2002 by Representative Saxby Chambliss. Voters were perhaps influenced by perceptions that Cleland had moved too far to the left in supporting his party's platform, or perhaps by Chambliss ads which featured Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein, ads which Cleland supporters claimed questioned his patriotism -- though his opponent denied any such insinuation.source:


At 1:15 PM, Blogger h said...

Here's your problem: As long as you and your ilk continue to express the view that the people who helped convince the people of Georgia that Cleland was to soft on terror to represent them in the Senate represent the worst aspects of humanity, you are going to flounder, lose more elections, get yourselves more outraged, and say ridiculous thing like that.
See, Americans who haven't been driven half-crazy by their hatred for Bush know that the worst aspects of humanity are represented by the terrorist who want us dead. By "us," I include you, someone who seems unaware of that fact.

At 10:14 AM, Blogger Eric2 said...

I can't make out your run-on sentence logic there, Jimbo. My point:

-Max Cleland fought to protect his country.

-George Bush pretends to protect us to make more money. He is the one that presided over the worst attack on American soil in my lifetime.


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