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Hey- why not cover something important and useful from our Senior Senator?
March 27, 2009 at 08:52 AM
you know that clip inspires us Conservatives, right? Particularly those of us who were there in 94 to hear him say it. Awsome speech. Do you have the rest?
March 27, 2009 at 09:26 AM
Hey, a lot of Virginia conservatives were inspired by KKK speeches as well. I'm not sure if any are on YouTube or not, but if you listen to enough Allen speeches you can almost smell the burning crosses.
Will that suffice?
Not John S. Mosby |
March 27, 2009 at 10:13 AM
This was a great speech and a great line from the speech.
Not Jimmy Carter |
March 27, 2009 at 10:26 AM
Hey Not John S. Mosby, what's that saying about stones and glass houses?
March 27, 2009 at 10:27 AM
That's the diff between our parties. Dems aren't inspired by cowardly school-yard taunts. We don't accuse the GOP 50 times per day of hating their country and hating the troops. It's one of the reasons there is no Dem version of AM right-wing radio. We're too busy working.
On an unrelated subject, Beck, Limbaugh and Hannity need your undivided attention daily from 9am-6pm. Please give it to them.
Pete in Williamsburg |
March 27, 2009 at 11:02 AM
Right on Pete! The culture of hate and fear that has festered and grown within the GOP is no longer winning elections and obviously they still haven't figured that out.
March 27, 2009 at 11:10 AM
Pete...The difference in our Parties is that Democrats fought to keep slavery, fought to enforce Jim Crow, You guys gave us Vietnam. Democrats under Jackson (they guy you name your dinner for) forced the Cherokee off their lands in the South even after the Supreme Court ruled they could stay. And speaking of the KKK, last time I checked, no Republican Senators were members but one Democrat Robert Byrd) was.
So dont give me that crap about the differences between our parties. Most of the evils that have been performed in the name of the United States, were done so by Democrats.
March 27, 2009 at 01:40 PM
The closer McDonnell moves to the middle away from Cantor and Allen, the better his chances to win.
By the way, would someone please let Terry know that $10M in the Governors Opportunity Fund won't do squat for economic development in Virginia. Virginia doesn't "buy" companies like most southern states. However, if that is the business he wants Virginia to get into, please let him know that North Carolina just put up $200M for ONE Google project. That's $200M for one project.
March 27, 2009 at 02:33 PM
Ben, Please post the entire Allen speech from 94! PLEASE!!!
March 27, 2009 at 04:32 PM
Some people so blindly believe anything Obambi says they have no concept of reality. Trying to present facts to them is a losing proposition.
Obambi and the crew spew venom and many of these idiots are on their knees swallowing it. The only thing most of them know is what is presented to them on the most recent msnbc show. You need to face the fact that they are mindless robots bending to the ever changing whims of their immature and inept leaders.
What do you really expect from a group of people who think that incurring a national dept larger than 43 presidents combined is a good thing? While the entire world now mocks the USA these genius’ walk with their heads place firmly in …….
Change? lmao |
March 27, 2009 at 11:52 PM
Change? lmao: I know I know, but ya gotta try to open their eyes. Otherwise we'd all resort to the method for communicating with liberals that Ann Coulter advocates: a baseball bat.
March 28, 2009 at 09:27 AM
The people who fought for slavery and Jim Crow and wanted to take the fight to the godless Commies might have OFTEN been Democrats (McCarthy comes to mind as a big exception), but they were ALWAYS conservatives. That's the difference. Get it? Ideologues who can't stomach change, who fear the loss of "our values," and who use anger and fear to undermine anyone who tries to challenge the status quo. The antagonists of the Civil Rights era? Democrat or Republican, they were always conservative. The most fervent anti-Communists? Democrat or Republican, they were always conservative. The fiercest proponents of slavery, who helped send hundreds of thousands of people to their deaths just to preserve what they called "their way of life?" I sure as hell wouldn't call them liberals.
So don't act like you don't understand the difference. Democrats haven't always been liberal, and they aren't always liberal now. Republicans haven't always been conservative, and they aren't always conservative now. But when it comes to standing ON the leading edge of history or standing IN FRONT OF the leading edge of history, where you are sure to be crushed, there's always been a clear difference between liberals and conservatives, whatever the party rubric.
March 28, 2009 at 12:57 PM
sixth grade project paper?
Change? lmao |
March 28, 2009 at 10:14 PM
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