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ugotda7
04-22-2010, 08:17 AM
A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.

LWW
04-22-2010, 09:06 AM
WHAT INFURIATES THE LEFT IS THAT SHE USES ALINSKY TACTICS BETTER THAN THEY.

LWW

Stretch
04-22-2010, 01:20 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.
</div></div>

It must have come as a shock when Coulter found out that Canada does not tolerate hate speech or racial comments. This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.

Why does she even get American air time? All she's doing is publicly degrading herself to sell her books. But that's the way to fame for the Anne Coulters of the world for thier brainless comments are for finanial gain nothing more, and of course pimping her radical groups.

But Ugo loves her.........St.

pooltchr
04-22-2010, 01:38 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">
This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.



St. </div></div>

Yeah, I guess that silly little idea about freedom of speech must be irritating to the left these days.

Steve

LWW
04-22-2010, 02:20 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.
</div></div>

It must have come as a shock when Coulter found out that Canada does not tolerate hate speech or racial comments. This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.

Why does she even get American air time? All she's doing is publicly degrading herself to sell her books. But that's the way to fame for the Anne Coulters of the world for thier brainless comments are for finanial gain nothing more, and of course pimping her radical groups.

But Ugo loves her.........St. </div></div>

That was funny.

Only the far left could describe embracing freedom as shouting out dissent with threats of violence.

LWW

Stretch
04-22-2010, 02:53 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.
</div></div>

It must have come as a shock when Coulter found out that Canada does not tolerate hate speech or racial comments. This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.

Why does she even get American air time? All she's doing is publicly degrading herself to sell her books. But that's the way to fame for the Anne Coulters of the world for thier brainless comments are for finanial gain nothing more, and of course pimping her radical groups.

But Ugo loves her.........St. </div></div>

That was funny.

Only the far left could describe embracing freedom as shouting out dissent with threats of violence.

LWW </div></div>

Penciling in LWW and Steve for tickets on the Coulter Love Train comeing to a pit party near you. St.

ugotda7
04-22-2010, 03:12 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.
</div></div>

It must have come as a shock when Coulter found out that Canada does not tolerate hate speech or racial comments. This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.

Why does she even get American air time? All she's doing is publicly degrading herself to sell her books. But that's the way to fame for the Anne Coulters of the world for thier brainless comments are for finanial gain nothing more, and of course pimping her radical groups.

But Ugo loves her.........St. </div></div>


Free speech is great.......until you disagree with it huh? You do yourself and your country proud.

Yeah, still love her.....even more so since she gets the panties of folks like you all bunched up.

pooltchr
04-22-2010, 03:32 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">
Penciling in LWW and Steve for tickets on the Coulter Love Train comeing to a pit party near you. St. </div></div>

Penciling in Stretch on the list of people who are opposed to freedom of speech.
(Or should I just etch it in stone?)
Steve

Stretch
04-22-2010, 04:17 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A good read.....Ann picking apart the lunacy that is Madcow.

Hey Q - do you think that Gayle would have loved this also?

Wouldn't A Mini Series on Attila the Hun Explain Nancy Pelosi?
by Ann Coulter
04/21/2010

Rachel Maddow's MSNBC special on Timothy McVeigh this past Monday night did not come a moment too soon. As Maddow explained in the introduction to her show: "Nine years after his execution, we are left worrying that Timothy McVeigh's voice from the grave echoes in the new rising tide of American anti-government extremism."

After months of hysterically warning viewers that cheerful, well-dressed tea partiers carrying "I Can See November From My House" signs could suddenly erupt into wanton violence, MSNBC finally had proof: Timothy McVeigh.

How about a special on the KGB to help us understand what makes Henry Waxman tick? We're just trying to seek answers ...

On her April 14 show, Maddow gave a "War of the Worlds" report on gun rights activists whom she claimed were planning tributes to Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. "On the anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh," she said, "there will be two marches on Washington."

After reminding viewers that McVeigh was "an anti-government extremist with ties to the militia movement" (his only "ties" being that he tried to join the Michigan Militia, but was rejected Maddow said one of the groups, the Second Amendment March, had "been holding armed rallies at state capitols from Kentucky to Montana to Virginia -- anti-government marches and rallies at which participants are encouraged to wear and display their guns."

So if I have this straight, the pro-Second Amendment marchers were both armed ... AND displaying guns!

Having received an "A plus" from the Department of Redundancy Department, a deadly earnest Maddow continued: "Also on the occasion of the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary," there would be an Open Carry rally.

Participants, she said, "are being encouraged to bring guns" (you know, just like the guns Timothy McVeigh used to shoot up the federal building in Oklahoma City).

True, April 19 is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. It's also the anniversary of Lexington and Concord.

Once upon a time, the skirmish that sparked the Revolutionary War was a date that every schoolchild knew. When British soldiers moved to seize the gunpowder and arms of voluntary militias, armed citizens defended themselves, firing upon the British in "the shot heard 'round the world" -- as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his "Concord Hymn."

Hmmm, I wonder if the gun rights activists chose April 19 for their rallies because it was the anniversary of Lexington and Concord -- or because it was the anniversary of Oklahoma City?

Unless the organizers of the Second Amendment March and the Open Carry rally specifically told Rachel, "Oh no, we picked April 19 to honor the bombing in Oklahoma City -- gosh, we had no idea it was date of Lexington and Concord!", I'm pretty sure they picked April 19 because that was the day armed patriots defended themselves from British troops.

Maddow's idiotic attempt to ascribe the date of the gun rights marches to Oklahoma City rather than Lexington and Concord is so Olbermanic that -- to paraphrase Truman Capote -- it is now apparent that you lose a point of your IQ for every day you spend at MSNBC.

We have enough U.S. history by now that there's not a day on the calendar that isn't the anniversary of something. In fact, the very day that Maddow was attacking gun rights groups on her show -- April 14 -- was the 235th anniversary of the founding of the first anti-slavery society in America!

It is also the anniversary of an anti-war actor's murder of a crusading, anti-slavery Republican president. (In addition -- like I have to tell any of you -- it was National Restless Leg Syndrome Awareness Day, but I don't think that had anything to do with Rachel's report.)

Oh sure, Rachel may claim she that she had no idea what April 14 was the anniversary of, and that the date of her attack on our constitutionally guaranteed right to bear arms was just a coincidence. But given the long and ugly history of gun control laws in America being used to keep guns out of the hands of free blacks, it was a shockingly insensitive date for Maddow to engage in such extremist anti-gun rhetoric.

What's curious about the left's current obsession with Timothy McVeigh is that it proves that -- despite a frantic search for 15 years -- liberals have come across no better evidence of burgeoning "right-wing extremist" violence than a drug-taking, self-described "agnostic" who was thrown out of the Michigan Militia and who proclaimed, "Science is my religion."

That sounds more like Bill Maher than Rush Limbaugh.
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It must have come as a shock when Coulter found out that Canada does not tolerate hate speech or racial comments. This explains the difference between Canada and the US and the radical extremists that wave the flag of freedom while they continue to promote hatred, intolerance,racism and thier Conservative agenda.

Why does she even get American air time? All she's doing is publicly degrading herself to sell her books. But that's the way to fame for the Anne Coulters of the world for thier brainless comments are for finanial gain nothing more, and of course pimping her radical groups.

But Ugo loves her.........St. </div></div>


Free speech is great.......until you disagree with it huh? You do yourself and your country pr

Yeah, still love her.....even more so since she gets the panties of folks like you all bunched up.
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No, free speech is great untill it crosses the line. Up here we draw the line at inciting hate against an identifiable ethnic group. We are all equall under the charter of rights and freedoms here. Most Civilized Country's in the World have long since recognized that "free speech" is not a blank check to spread hatefull, biggoted, and sexist views.

P.S. "folks like me" are the vast majority. Deal with it. St.

pooltchr
04-22-2010, 04:49 PM
It's all in your perspective. Did you think it was hate speech when the left was publically calling Bush Hitler or worse, and calling for his demise?

Or is it just when it comes from someone pointing out the problems with your side?

And your closing statement is just childish. Deal with it????

That is exactly what people like AC are doing! They are dealing with the idiots of the world.
Steve

LWW
04-22-2010, 04:51 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">No, free speech is great untill it crosses the line. Up here we draw the line at inciting hate against an identifiable ethnic group. We are all equall under the charter of rights and freedoms here. Most Civilized Country's in the World have long since recognized that "free speech" is not a blank check to spread hatefull, biggoted, and sexist views.

St.</div></div>

Oh please.

You can't have a discussion without screaming "RAY-CIST!" or "SEX-IST!" or "HOE-MOE-PHOBE!" and it has been played so many times without cause that it has zero effect ... and in fact gives cover to the true haters of the world.

This "THE SKY IS FALLING ... WOE IS ME ... I'M A VICTIM!!!" so often done by the far left following a passive-aggressive act is, IMHO the, ranting of a generation that has never had to grow up and which has been spoiled by getting what they want if they whine loud and long enough.

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">P.S. "folks like me" are the vast majority. Deal with it. St.</div></div>

Actually ... you aren't even a large minority. What that type of ideology is, is a group which bullies and whines itself into political power far beyond what their actual numbers dictate.

Dearest leader was the high water mark of that ideology for a generation.

Deal with it.

LWW

hondo
04-22-2010, 04:57 PM
You have my utmost respect for haggling with these guys.
I just don't have the stomach for it anymore.

What does give me hope is that most of America is still not like
sarcastic bullies like dudley and yugo.

I can honestly say that I don't know anybody like those two
personally, thank God.

There are still decent folks in America, certainly in my area.

Stretch
04-22-2010, 05:47 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body">[quote=Stretch]No, free speech is great untill it crosses the line. Up here we draw the line at inciting hate against an identifiable ethnic group. We are all equall under the charter of rights and freedoms here. Most Civilized Country's in the World have long since recognized that "free speech" is not a blank check to spread hatefull, biggoted, and sexist views.

St.</div></div>

Oh please.

You can't have a discussion without screaming "RAY-CIST!" or "SEX-IST!" or "HOE-MOE-PHOBE!" and it has been played so many times without cause that it has zero effect ... and in fact gives cover to the true haters of the world.

<span style="color: #FF0000"> </span> When refering to Coulter it is entirely justified. <span style="color: #FF0000"> </span>

This "THE SKY IS FALLING ... WOE IS ME ... I'M A VICTIM!!!" so often done by the far left following a passive-aggressive act is, IMHO the, ranting of a generation that has never had to grow up and which has been spoiled by getting what they want if they whine loud and long enough.

<span style="color: #FF0000"> </span> Thanks, great discription of you. <span style="color: #FF0000"> </span>

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">P.S. "folks like me" are the vast majority. Deal with it. St.</div></div>

Actually ... you aren't even a large minority. What that type of ideology is, is a group which bullies and whines itself into political power far beyond what their actual numbers dictate.

<span style="color: #FF0000"> </span> That is a very arguable point down there. Up here we've moved well beyond that and our views on freedom of speech are tempered with the realities of a multi cultural sociaty. In time that fact will sink into that head of yours. <span style="color: #FF0000"> </span>

Dearest leader was the high water mark of that ideology for a generation.

Deal with it.

<span style="color: #FF0000"> </span> You Deal lol he's your leader, not mine. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif <span style="color: #FF0000"> </span> St.

Stretch
04-22-2010, 05:52 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: pooltchr</div><div class="ubbcode-body">It's all in your perspective. Did you think it was hate speech when the left was publically calling Bush Hitler or worse, and calling for his demise?

Or is it just when it comes from someone pointing out the problems with your side?

And your closing statement is just childish. Deal with it????

That is exactly what people like AC are doing! They are dealing with the idiots of the world.
Steve </div></div>

Correction, she is promoting hate to sell books. And that is a crime up here. simple simple. St.

pooltchr
04-22-2010, 06:23 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Correction, she is promoting hate to sell books. And that is a crime up here. simple simple. St.
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Then you do not have freedom of speech. simple simple.

In our country, people are free to express their opinions on any topic without fear of retrobution. We allow war protesters to burn our flag, even though it represents the fact that they have the right to do so.
Apparently what you have is government restricted speech...not the same thing.

Steve

Stretch
04-22-2010, 09:06 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: pooltchr</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Correction, she is promoting hate to sell books. And that is a crime up here. simple simple. St.
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Then you do not have freedom of speech. simple simple.

In our country, people are free to express their opinions on any topic without fear of retribution. We allow war protesters to burn our flag, even though it represents the fact that they have the right to do so.
Apparently what you have is government restricted speech...not the same thing.

Steve </div></div>

Every Canadian has the following fundamental freedoms. Freedom of thought, belief, oppinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication. Due to section 1 of the Charter, the "limitation clause" Canada's freedom of expression is not absolute and can be limited in certain situations.

The Canadian Charter of rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

Despite these freedoms we have had a string of high profile cases in the courts in which writers have been prosicuted for their writing in both magazines and web postings.

They were charged under section 319 of the Criminal code of Canada. Under code 319 it is illegal to publicaly incite hatred against people based on colour, race, religion, ethnic origin, and sexual orientation.

On another note, do you honestly believe that you are free to express anything without fear of retribution? lol reality check! Is that why i see those little "free speech zones" With the 8 foot high chain link fences around them? Is that why The Department of Homeland Security has gone so far as to tell local police forces to regard critics of the War on Terrorism as potential Terrorists themselves? You can pay lip service to your Constitution all you want but the reality of todays world is far differant. At least up here we've started to address this and make changes that while not perfect at least deals with life as we know it. St.

ugotda7
04-22-2010, 10:01 PM
There are many reasons why America is the greatest country in the world, free speech being among them.

Oh well, I guess others are just fine being second tier.

Stretch
04-22-2010, 10:33 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are many reasons why America is the greatest country in the world, free speech being among them.

Oh well, I guess others are just fine being second tier. </div></div>

Well i'm not going to get into a pissing contest about who's country is the best. I'm sure we can agree to disagree there. St.

ugotda7
04-22-2010, 11:30 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are many reasons why America is the greatest country in the world, free speech being among them.

Oh well, I guess others are just fine being second tier. </div></div>

Well i'm not going to get into a pissing contest about who's country is the best. I'm sure we can agree to disagree there. St. </div></div>


http://www.bustedtees.com/canadaamericashat

hondo
04-23-2010, 05:23 AM
The best country I've ever lived in is West Virginia country.

Almost Heaven. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif

hondo
04-23-2010, 05:25 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are many reasons why America is the greatest country in the world, free speech being among them.

Oh well, I guess others are just fine being second tier. </div></div>

Well i'm not going to get into a pissing contest about who's country is the best. I'm sure we can agree to disagree there. St. </div></div>


http://www.bustedtees.com/canadaamericashat



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BEWARE! yugo's link contains a virus!!!!!

ugotda7
04-23-2010, 06:00 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hondo</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ugotda7</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are many reasons why America is the greatest country in the world, free speech being among them.

Oh well, I guess others are just fine being second tier. </div></div>

Well i'm not going to get into a pissing contest about who's country is the best. I'm sure we can agree to disagree there. St. </div></div>


http://www.bustedtees.com/canadaamericashat



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BEWARE! yugo's link contains a virus!!!!! </div></div>

Really? What kind of virus?

How about this one - http://www.leaguelineup.com/nabacubs/images/canada-americas-hat-tshirt-1.jpg

LWW
04-23-2010, 06:05 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: pooltchr</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stretch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Correction, she is promoting hate to sell books. And that is a crime up here. simple simple. St.
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Then you do not have freedom of speech. simple simple.

In our country, people are free to express their opinions on any topic without fear of retrobution. We allow war protesters to burn our flag, even though it represents the fact that they have the right to do so.
Apparently what you have is government restricted speech...not the same thing.

Steve </div></div>

Here is the difference between the 2 nations founding documents.

In Canada, the people are allowed the liberty the state deems they should be allowed.

In America the state has the power the people deem it should be allowed.

LWW