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Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Attacking Non-UH liberalism 'Liberals Really Don't Care About Defending Freedom' (They're starting to trend to not supporting the troops)
"I DON'T SUPPORT our troops."
That tripe was printed in the Los Angeles Times Op-Ed page on January 24, 2006 in Joel Stein's worthless column "Warriors and wusses," in which the liberals have put two-and-two together that supporting the troops in effect means supporting President Bush. Of course this has not received any airtime except for O'Reilly, but it will get more play.
Stein thankfully doesn't mind certain members of society supporting the troops, particularly those who "think invading Iraq was a good idea," and patronizes us true Americans who use those "patriotic magnets and bracelets."
It is obvious that Stein is "not for the war," and admits to being a wussy. He also has his priorities mixed up. By taking his "non-support" position he fears it "will keep them overseas longer by giving soft acquiescence to the hawks who sent them there — and who might one day want to send them somewhere else." Of course this is complete bullcrap and is just a lame excuse from a liberal who hates the United States.
Liberals judge everything from the model of Vietnam. Of course that is the wrong attitude to take, and if it wasn't for the bad influence of liberals during Vietnam we may have won that war. Stein is still pissed about President Bush being elected the first time, and like most liberals bases everything on that fact. That's fine with me because that only paves the way for the next Repubican nominee, and the continued avoidance of the true non-Hillary nominee for 2008.
Believe me, Hillary Clinton will not be President in 2008 nor ever. Recently polls have indicated that at least 51% of Americans will "definitely not" vote for Hillary, which is quite disconcerting for her confidence. I love El Rushbo's cool thought that what "real man" would bring himself to vote for Hillary Clinton. BINGO and Homerun.
Stein hates blind "support to our soldiers." It offends him, and like most liberals, it only takes one non-believer to become offended and law suits start flying, and pretty soon were not saying the Pledge of Allegiance anymore.
Stein has no feelings for the United States. He's a true liberal, an egalitarian, who sees the United States as the bad guy in virtually every case against the world simply because "we're the greatest." Unless of course the corrupt and worthless United Nations is involved in a venture against a foe will Stein step up to the plate and give tacid approval of US involvement if only a democrat is in White House.
I most certainly hope that the Los Angeles Times loses even further readership due to that stunt they pulled with Stein's column. Yes, we are all entitled to an opinion, but when that opinion becomes so public in a time of war, that you don't support the troops, then something is definitely wrong. Stein's column in effect gave aid and comfort to the enemy. Al-Qaeda has to love the Jew for that.
If Joel Stein is suddenly shot and killed on the streets of Los Angeles I like most true Americans will not be shedding a tear for this ardent non-patriot. In wartime a country supports its troops. We were the ones attacked, on multiple occassions I might add, and its liberals like Joel Stein who convienently forget that September 11th happened when they write their tripe. Stein lives in a 9/10 world, a world that does not exist anymore and he is totally kidding himself in his writing.
I for one hope the LA Times subscribership falls off so much that Stein is laid off. Its already happened at Time, and other liberal publishing houses. Thank God.
Stein's belief that "we made a mistake" in the War on Terror is crazy as well. "The truth is that people who pull triggers are ultimately responsible, whether they're following orders or not," which puts soldiers squarely at blame in Stein's book.
Stein's piece reminds me of those worthless Gloria Borger pieces on the worthless CBS Evening News. I mean in Gloria's or Joel's world, democrats can do no wrong, and if democrats are mentioned in one of their worthless pieces it's only for the shortest time possible, and they call it balanced. No wonder the CBS Evening News is the worst news out there, and its only viewers are seniors waiting for their dinners to finish cooking before the Wheel of Fortune hits the airwaves.
No matter what Stein writes about sympathy to "people who joined up to protect" his ass, he can never empathize with anyone who has served since he avoided service to his country.
The dumbass Stein is so stupid in his actions, its like a comedy of errors. If given the chance "The Jew" Stein would join al-Qaeda since both have a loving hatred for the United States.
Stein believes we were "tricked into fighting in Iraq," which of course is right out of the liberal playbook. But hell, this guy is so stupid he is "tricked into clicking on a pop-up ad" when most of us commonly avoid them, this coming from a guy who considers our soldiers "a fighting tool of American imperialism." But of course when Clinton was in office, we were fighting "ethnic genocide in Kosovo" at 20,000 feet since Clinton was a wimp, which is fine and dandy in Stein's book. Wimps love wimps.
Screw the libs!
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