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Before you spend your money to see “Munich” — the latest film by Steven Spielberg — you might want to check out Debbie Schlussel’s review.
Read it Here.
It turns out that John Murtha was just having a temper tantrum when he made his comments on the war in Iraq (it’s the third item in the article).
I guess it was his way of holding his breath until someone paid attention to him. Unfortunately, the mainstream media does not realize that the best way to deal with a child having a temper tantrum is to ignore him.
Liberals try to put forth the notion that they are the ones who are tolerant and open to hearing all sides, and that conservatives are narrow-minded and simply want to shut down discussion.
Well, this article says otherwise. And this is just one of many examples that could be cited.
The young skulls full of mush (students) quoted in the article need to go back and learn the real definition of “hate speech.”
Senator John Kerry would like you to believe that he supports our men and women in the military. But his words betray him. Yesterday on “Face the Nation” he basically called our troops in Iraq ‘terrorists’ when he said:
“There is no reason that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children.”
I bet this really helped troop morale!
Let us all give thanks that this anti-American, anti-military, hippie, war protester was not elected president.
Fishkite has a great post concerning Jim Wallis over at his blog.
Read it here.
If you don’t know who Jim Wallis is, he’s the founder of the special interest group Sojourners. He also wrote the book “God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong, and The Left Doesn’t Get It.” He’s very fond of saying that God is not a Republican or a Democrat — but as Fishkite points out, it is clear that Wallis thinks God is a democrat, and that any person who claims to follow God will also be a democrat.
Read Fishkite’s post and tell me what you think.