Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The Rock Of Conservatism

Republicans - they are the stable ones. Agree or disagree with 'em, at least you know where they stand. They're conservatives, and once they take a position they dig their heels and stick with it! Positions like this:

Karl Rove tells O'Reilly that it's wrong to out a CIA agent. “[T]hey’ve got a very callous view about our nation’s security and interests,” Rove charged.

John McCain doesn't think terrorists should be allowed habeas corpus rights, because the Nazis weren't. "There was no habeas at Nuremburg and there should be no habeas for Osama bin Laden". He is at odds with the guy who said this in 2005: "Now, I know that some of these guys are terrible, terrible killers and the worst kind of scum of humanity. But, one, they deserve to have some adjudication of their cases. And there’s a fear that if you release them that they’ll go back and fight again against us. … [I]f it means releasing some of them, you’ll have to release them. Look, even Adolf Eichmann got a trial. " Of course, that guy was living in a pre-9/11... no wait, it was a post-9/11 world, but now it's a post 9/11 world that's three years MORE post-9/11, and that matters. Somehow.

Republicans don't understand why their criticisms of Barack Obama don't stick. After all, not only is he a Muslim, he's also been brainwashed to believe everything his Christian Pastor told him. He's both too black AND too white. He changed his mind on what kind of campaign contributions he will accept, and it's awful if a candidate does that. He's a secret terrorist, and like all terrorists he's hiding in plain sight by running for President. He proves his hatred of America by not wearing a flag lapel button, as repeated pointed out by people who must also hate America.

Me, I think the reason these accusations don't stick is because they keep getting knocked off by opposing accusations.

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