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But the common theme to all of them seems to be if I'm wrong it must be because I'm liberal. Instead let me just say wrong and liberal are not synonymous terms. "I certainly don't have as much contempt for "the poooor" or those who empathize with them as you apparantly do. When I do cross the line, I'm not afraid to apologize, which is a favor I rarely get in return. My contempt is directed at the self-congratulatory Left and their worn out appeals to "idealism" and "the poooor". It's the constantly condescending, baiting nature of his posts.
If this was Freerepublic, I wouldn't give his posts a second thought since that nature of posting is fairly common there.
But it sticks out on a mixed website like Totten's so I'm inquiring. And now, it seems that everyone is going to look for Zimbabwe to become another humanitarian crisis that the rest of the world will be asked to help out with.
"The difference is that the right can afford to alienate some people, since there are more of them then there are of you." Like I said, this isn't about strategy or partisanship. The argument that said conduct by David is justifiable, since his political beliefs conform with the majority or the country is lost on me. "Epitome, it's comical to be lectured on "civility" by a Lib." well, it's apparant you need a lecture from somebody(maybe your pastor? Especially since you couldn't write a whole sentence with out condesendingly referring to me as a "Lib". No one could mistake who your never ending wrath is directed towards.
Maybe not tourists, but how bout some idealistic young Kerry voters. Or are they now "wacked out" for adopting policies the Nazis would favor?
Or is this taboo around here because everyone is "pro-choice" and there is no rational difference in killing a newborn or a nine-month old baby in the womb? do you hear "idealistic young kerry voters talking about "the poooor" often?
I’d think this was funny, but after wandering around the jagged-edged landscape of Tripoli I just think it’s sad. The cooler tempretures help to suprees the scent of trash and human waste in the street. They have a charming pool inside the walled compound.
(Hat tip: Sheila O' Malley.) It wants to bring in obese tourists from overseas so that they can shed pounds doing manual labour on land seized from white farmers. Signed, Fellow Tunis Traveller Are the Netherlands still considered normal now that they have legalized infanticide for the mentally ill (the Groningen Protocol)?
Go to Cancun and you’ll meet people who like the Virgin Islands and Hawaii.
It wants to bring in obese tourists from overseas so that they can shed pounds doing manual labour on land seized from white farmers.
The so-called Obesity Tourism Strategy was reported last week in The Herald, a government organ whose contents are approved by President Robert Mugabe’s powerful information minister, Jonathan Moyo.
I took special not today that Jonah Goldberg pointed out the following: But one line of argument I find tiresome and entirely unthoughtful: When I say something conservatives or still-ebullient Republicans don't like it means I'm becoming liberal. Why are your comments, at least the ones here, always so condescending, defensive and shrill? After the events of the past month, I thought that folks like you would maybe start spending less time telling each other about how much your opponents hate the poor (or gays, Muslims, etc.) and more time giving serious thought to why you're alienating so many folks like Michael and myself who should be unambiguously on your side. Epitome, it's comical to be lectured on "civility" by a Lib. You don't have to fight the culture wars 24/7, it's ok to be civil and congenial every now and then. Townleybomb, "Classic juxtaposition right there, Epitome." You seem to be implying that I committed some sort of contradictory error. So is pretty much every liberal I come into contact with (which is pretty much everyone I meet-- I'm in one of the bluest of the blue counties)." That's unfortunate but it's not David's political affiliation I'm taking issue with.
More than a dozen readers have made this argument in wildly divergent forms. Having said that, I treat individual posters on this blog with equal if not more civility than average. It was a legitimate response and reasonable inference derived from David's baiting remark. I live in a very red county and have several conservative, fiercely partisan friends, none of which I would describe as 'cranky asses' or whose argumentative or rhetorical styles I would compare to David's.
Pointing out that more than 1.2 billion people worldwide are officially deemed to be overweight, the article exhorted Zimbabweans to “tap this potential”.