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On July 4, Remember: We Are Not French

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:12 AM
Wow. I came onto this thread late and have been reading the posts and am, quite honestly, disgusted by what "we're" all saying to each other. I'm no fan of Allie, or Ray Ancle, or Sybil or any of the other liberals that come on here to inflame, and have frequently jumped on them for various idiocies, but the things written below are.....nasty, ugly and vile. The far side camps - both left and right - are so blatantly anti-American it's almost laughable. The hatred "we" seem to have for each other should concern one and all. Unfortunately, it seems that most people on this site just want to be right, and have no concern over being "indivisible". We are no longer one nation, and probably never will be.
Chicago Undercover Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:17 AM
As I read the posts on this, and almost every other thread lately, it is clear that the wounds we have done to our national fabric are mortal. And seemingly terminal.
I am saddened by what "we" have allowed to happen to ourselves. The pols haven't done this to us. Obama didn't do it. Bush didn't do it. Neither did Pelosi or Boehner. Biden or Cheney. They're just the shills who we have elected. All of these people get their power from us.
We, Americans, are our own worst enemies.

I pray that no one on this site EVER gains power, because many of you honestly may need help.
I will continue to pray for this nation, and wish you all Godspeed and His blessings.
But now, I must bid TH adieu, as I can no longer stomach this hatred.
Kgolfinghawaii Wrote: Jul 07, 2012 10:02 AM
You think this started in the past few years? This started way back in the 60's. The more power the left gained the more outright hatred they showed for anything normal about our country or anyone that disagrees with their world view. They hate us and started this stuff. I think the right has just come around to being on the same level and tired of always being the nice guy in an argument. Good luck finding some other place that people are civil all the time. I also pray for our country, but God may have other the last book of the Bible. I don't think we can be strong for the end times to come. He builds up nations and He tears them down as He sees fit. I hate that I am living through what appears to be those tearing down times
JR11 Wrote: Jul 07, 2012 2:56 PM
The right is demanding freedom _from_ the American welfare state’s political exploitation and the conniving, greedy left is demanding the “freedom” to profit from the American welfare state’s exploitation. These are the diametrically opposing politics that have polarized Americans into parasites and hosts...there is no middle ground. If the destructive, tax sucking liberal parasites lose, the socially beneficial working hosts win; while, just as in nature, no parasites ever win but destroy themselves and their (tax paying) hosts as well. “We” didn’t do this; thieving liberals redefined taxation as charity, solely so they can confiscate and spend other people’s money. This was a choice, not error and liberals deserve only contempt.
Topeka Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 4:10 PM
Dear Hate Monk,

1. Yes there is a lot of hate on the thread.

2. This is b/c there is a lot of hate in Real Life.

For Example:

- unemployment
- racism
- false accusations
- health care denied
- injustice and crime
- homelessness
- childlessness

just to name a few

those of us who come to TH have no intentions of "indivisibility" with those who HARM Us and Our Children.


My Family has been at WAR with the Lefties since 1976; and the damage is incredible!

- 3 suicides
- 2 early deaths due to no health care
- an attempt on my life
- cops and Feds IN MY Bedroom!
- and my own son facing Lefty induced delays in health care that are LIFE Threatening...



This column is adapted from “Demonic:How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America.”

It has become fashionable to equate the French and American revolutions, but they share absolutely nothing beyond the word “revolution.” The American Revolution was a movement based on ideas, painstakingly argued by serious men in the process of creating what would become the freest, most prosperous nation in world history.

The French Revolution was a revolt of the mob. It was the primogenitor of the horrors of the Bolshevik revolution, Hitler’s Nazi Party, Mao’s cultural revolution, Pol Pot’s slaughter, and America’s periodic mob uprisings from Shays’...