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Yes, I lost, so did you. Prager won, and his friends that are buying our government.
The difference between conservatives and liberals is that when liberals unfairly characterize people's words, they are honest in providing the context so the reader can judge whether the characterization. For example I read Wonkette's article and judged that the headline was not true, because the full context was readily available linked right from the Wonkette article. Also, conservatives target powerful public figures such as Dennis Prager. By contrast, when conservatives attack, they deceptively edit videos so the context can't be seen. Also, conservatives go after normal people, and get them fired based on their lies. I'm talking about Breitbart may he rest in peace, and James O'Keefe, both of whom got ordinary people FIRED based on their lies. Lies which the self-proclaimed "TRUTH LOVER" Dennis Prager has no problem with. In fact both of these folks Breitbart and O'Keefe are in great favor with MR. TRUTH Dennis Prager.
I would just like to point out that you are parroting a Dennis Prager talking point about the neatness of liberal protests vs. conservative ones. The fact that you do not cite Prager suggests that you don't realize this, that you think that the thought is your own.
If Hillary wins, Prager is in for 8 more solid years of rooting against America every single day. Because what else is he going to do? If he tells his listeners the truth, that some good things do happen under Democratic presidents, then his hate-driven listeners will turn their hatred on him, and stop listening.
there have been some people on the left who have tried to copy the conservatives' stupid approach. It doesn't really catch on on our side.
Prager's friend David Horowitz recently wrote a column in the National Review titled "Thank you Isis". Meaning that their beheading the Americans was GOOD because it bolsters the conservative political message about terrorism. A number of conservatives have expressed a HOPE for another terrorist attack on America, for the same reason. The one that comes to mind is Mike Gallagher, who appears on the same station as Prager. And he's not the only one. Regarding Prager himself, listen to his program the day after the guy in Oklahoma beheaded that woman. The only word to describe Prager's mood was gleeful. Prager's usual bitter mood was briefly lifted because of that atrocity. Because the beheading could be seen (if you don't think too carefully) to support Prager's message about terrorism.
the entire Obama presidency has seen Prager rooting against America. Listen to Prager the day after Americans killed Osama bin Laden. Prager couldn't hide the emotion he was feeling, it was dejection, deep dejection. Because America won while a President of the opposing party was in power. How petty is that. How shallow is his patriotism.
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The Media Are Much Scarier than Ebola

Enrique25 Wrote: Oct 21, 2014 11:23 AM
your post reminds me of right-wing radio. Just a string of claims that no one has a chance to think about if they're true or even make sense. Because truth and making sense aren't the point.
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The Media Are Much Scarier than Ebola

Enrique25 Wrote: Oct 21, 2014 9:12 AM
I love when Prager pretends to be naive as a little baby. "There is no left-right divide". Here we have members of Prager's beloved Republican party accusing Obama of spreading Ebola deliberately for his political agenda, and Prager pretends not to see that.
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

Enrique25 Wrote: Oct 15, 2014 2:30 PM
I agree, about both parties. I am aware of the basic realities of politics, I understand there are partisan hacks out there. But my God, Prager is SO preachy about his supposed high principles. Can he please stop pretending he gets his values from God and admit he gets them from Rience Priebus?
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

Enrique25 Wrote: Oct 15, 2014 8:11 AM
Yesterday he was getting all profound and sincere and moral about learning from one's mistakes, talking about the decision to leave Iraq. But in the previous segment he was just as sincere and profound about the need to FORGET about the decision to go to war. More than once, Prager has defended hypocrisy, I kid you not. He says people make too much of a big deal about it. Yesterday's show was just one reason I can understand why he would feel that way.
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