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Note to Paul Krugman: Here's Real "Eliminationist" Rhetoric

Lefty17 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:57 AM
It is time for good people to speak out about right and wrong rather than left and right. The 10 commandments are a good starting point. Do you think the pagan left will sit for that? Or will they continue to ridicule the religious right? They will not discuss the issues in these terms. So unless a Christian (for example) is willing to modify the truth about right and wrong, the pagan left claims that we are "haters". I for one refuse to buckle under to their name calling. The constitution guarantees youi the right to be wrong. That doesn't obligate me to lie about it..
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 11:35 AM
Unfortunately, the left has gone so far wrong that discussions of "right-and-wrong" are nearly identical with discussions of "right-and-left."
Have you noticed that the left regularly condemns alleged conservative "hate speech" but is almost completely silent on the most pervasive hate speech in the world?

Take New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, for example.

On Jan 8, 2011, in Tucson, Ariz., Jared Loughner murdered six people and gravely wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. That very day (published the next day), based on nothing, Paul Krugman wrote that the murders were a result of hate-filled rhetoric that saturates conservative and Republican life.

"When you heard the terrible news from Arizona, were you completely surprised? Or were you, at some level, expecting something like this atrocity...