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Arguing with Liberals: Another MSNBC Showdown

JWK Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:10 AM
If you notice every time a liberal says something that a conservative refers to it is always justified by the media with, "That was taken out of context" or "What he intended to say was..." This is done to explain some idiotic position. On the other hand every time a conservative says something that a liberal refers to it is always twisted by the media with, "That was code what he really intended to say was..." This is done to vilify I rational position. This is sort of like their "living Constitution" thing. What the words say does not mean anything it is what you want them to mean that day.
Semperfi/par Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:41 AM
You know what other group use to do the same thing. The NAZI party. People always say "How could all of those people gone along with the NAZIs?" Well just look here. It is happening the same way, with twisted political propaganda. To the liberal Obama is their Hitler. Just look at how they idolize him and protect him from detractors. Same as Hitler. Obama has his iconography in the form of his bumper sticker just like Hitler had with his arm band swastika. You cannot ignore the parallels.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:37 AM
Very astute.
The Liberal mind today has been largely formed from the "experts" in linguistics.

You recall, with no small amount of fascination, Bill Clinton's infamous line of defense, "It depends on what the definition of 'is', is."

Noam Chomsky and that professor from Berkeley are two premiere oracles for the Liberal student body. Howard Zinn is another who made his career in the pursuit of the slippery language. A hallmark of Liberalism is the ever-changing definitions of our terms. Examples abound:
We no longer use, "GWOT", it has been reformed to "Overseas Contingency Operation".
"Terrorist"? Nope, Man-caused disaster".
Liberals have even changed our notion of what "rape" is.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 8:44 AM
Rape is now to include any feelings of regret that a woman awakens with after an intimate evening with a man.
I could go on and on.
Suffice it to say, it is no surprise that the American Bar Association and lawyer lobbyists are firmly affiliated with the Liberal camp. They thrive on changing the rules, particularly to fit their agenda, their benefit. And they are formidable in their abilities to execute such pursuits.

Regular readers may recall my tangle on MSNBC's "The Ed Show" back in June, which featured a spirited 3-on-1 political throwdown.  Round two came last night, as I joined guest host Michael Eric Dyson, "political comedian" John Fugelsang, and in-house political analyst Jimmy Williams for a conversation about President Obama's "you didn't build that" comments. The discussion rapidly degenerated into a fevered stew of "racist dogwhistles" and Nazi comparisons.  Here's the video -- two segments -- with additional commentary to follow: