11 November 2009

What kind of a racist would attack...

...wait a minute...

"It was fascinating to see Barack Obama warning us not to leap to conclusions about the killings at Fort Hood, Texas -- after the way he leaped to conclusions over the arrest of Henry Louis Gates, when he knew less about the facts than we already know about the massacre at Fort Hood."
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RELATED: But, of course... "cries for help"

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7 comments:

Tripper523 said...

A terrorist is a terrorist. The proof is a proof, and we have the proof. Thanks to Glenn Beck and secondary kudos to Jean Chr├ętien for declaring what Obama could not. The acid reflux of 9-11 will not disappear without stronger North American homeland security initiatives, including the tightening of our international perimeters. As for the "enemy within", we'll always be at his mercy, because he has the freedom to exercise his wacky tendencies, as he sees unfit.

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Neo Conservative said...

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you know what, nonny?

take your screechy, near illiterate diatribe against foreigners back over to stormfront... it's not welcome here.

the original post... a lucid observation about obama by thomas sowell... is not an invitation to fulminate.

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Tripper523 said...

The point is "the stormfront" is here. There's nothing wrong with being selective about immigration. Those who have already infiltrated and amalgamated carry on their ideological war, the mechanics of which are open to their own ingenuity. It's time to abandon the vain pursuits of trying to liberate other lands. Kindnesses are rewarded by IED's because we'll always be perceived as the oppressors, the occupiers. It's time to protect our homelands. Anyone with a handgun symbolizing literacy should understand that.

Neo Conservative said...

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tripper... my comment about stormfront was directed not at you... but to the anonymous commenter i deleted above. i do not propose to provide a home for racist provocateurs.

i do not tolerate hysterical racist rants and i acted accordingly.

i agree that we need to be more selective about immigration.

i do feel that we need to be tougher on crime.

i do not however, agree with being isolationist... but i too feel the frustration over the war in afghanistan. sometimes though... you have to do the right thing... regardless of the cost.

i despise political correctness and appreciate critical commentary.

hope that helps.

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Tripper523 said...

Sorry, Neo, for my jumping to a hasty assumption there. You see, I was somewhat 'borderline illerate' in my previous comment, but it was deliberate! I join with you in your belief that an extreme protectionist stance would cultivate isolationism. I also feel we need to be tougher on crime and political correctness has been a detriment to our cultural freedom in Canada. There are many frustrations in our world today, exasperated further by man's inhumanity to man in these ancient nations to the east. It was in this spirit that I have despaired lately, over the loss of our fine soldiers to guerilla warfare, and the obvious vanity of the conventional struggles to conform the unconformable in hostile lands. Canada is better served by looking after her own people first. I no longer believe that to be selfish, but necessary. Thanks for your explanations and clarifications of these issues, and I'm happy to say you make perfect sense.

Neo Conservative said...

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no problem. emotional subject, emotional time.

hard not to get upset about this sort of thing. we're good.

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