Conservative hate still abounds

Conservative hate still abounds

There are 89 comments on the The Paradise Post story from Jan 27, 2011, titled Conservative hate still abounds. In it, The Paradise Post reports that:

Concerning the Tucson shooting, the bomb found in Spokane, Wash., at the Martin Luther King parade, and the many incidents of, or threats of, violence since President Obama has been in office, Anne Landman of Center for Media and Democracy writes the following: "By all accounts, the U.S. is a pretty violent society.

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buddypaul

Pudukkottai, India

#1 Jan 27, 2011
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Good Lord

Long Beach, CA

#2 Jan 27, 2011
None of this is Glenn Beck's fault. Just ask him.
My opinion

Menlo Park, CA

#3 Jan 27, 2011
CONSERVATIVE HATE STILL ABOUNDS. Said another way, with the same meaning, "hatred still abounds for conservatives", and Brown is still fomenting it, along with Jaime, and most liberals. Isn't it convenient to have Glen Beck and others to take the spotlight off themselves!!!

p.s. Or maybe it means, "I,(Brown), Hate but I do it conservatively".
My opinion

Menlo Park, CA

#4 Jan 27, 2011
"CONSERVATIVE HATE STILL ABOUNDS", or said another way with the same meaning, "Hatred for conservatives still abounds". Or could it be "I hate conservatives but I do it conservatively"?

Sure is nice to have someone like Glen Beck to blame your own "dark feelings" on.!

Since: Jan 08

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#5 Jan 27, 2011
D. P. Brown writes in summary: "Hence, we witness incidents like a plane crashing into the IRS building in Texas."

The plane's pilot, Joseph Stack, was a liberal (as revealed in his diatribe he left behind). Are you so lame that you think blaming people like the journalists at Fox news for the actions of every demented killer is perpetuating the hate that you pretend comes only from conservatives?

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Eric Buel

Chico, CA

#6 Jan 27, 2011
Publius2 wrote:
D. P. Brown writes in summary: "Hence, we witness incidents like a plane crashing into the IRS building in Texas."
The plane's pilot, Joseph Stack, was a liberal (as revealed in his diatribe he left behind). Are you so lame that you think blaming people like the journalists at Fox news for the actions of every demented killer is perpetuating the hate that you pretend comes only from conservatives?
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You come out with this post but I have to wonder, did you actually read what Brown wrote? Can you think about his words or are you just like so many other knee jerk reactionary's in that you have to defend your position while ignoring Browns facts? Simply because you allege that one point may be in question does not make the entire article wrong.

As far as Stack being a liberal- how you can come to that determination based on the "diatribe" that he left behind is beyond me. His rants against the IRS, labor unions and other institutions would seem to indicate quite the opposite and seem to parallel many of your own postings.

On the surface it seems that you and Mr. Stack have quite a lot in common.

Including the hate.
Good Lord

Long Beach, CA

#7 Jan 27, 2011
My opinion wrote:
Sure is nice to have someone like Glen Beck to blame your own "dark feelings" on.!
You must be referring to the people that made all the threats in Beck's name, I'm assuming? Maybe you need to re-read the article? Or READ it once?

Since: Jun 08

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#8 Jan 27, 2011
Eric Buel wrote:
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You come out with this post but I have to wonder, did you actually read what Brown wrote? Can you think about his words or are you just like so many other knee jerk reactionary's in that you have to defend your position while ignoring Browns facts? Simply because you allege that one point may be in question does not make the entire article wrong.
The entire article wrong?

How about Brown’s claim regarding Byron Williams being motivated to act by Glenn Beck? Is THAT one of the “facts” you’re referring to?

Byron Williams believes the BP disaster was a conspiracy between BP, the Obama administration, the Halliburton Corporation, and billionaire George Soros. Brown seems to have his “facts” a little off kilter on not only the Lefty who flew the plane into the IRS building, but also on Williams (the 580-Shooter).

The San Francisco Examiner wrote regarding Williams, Fox and Glenn Beck, "But that paradoxically it may have been Fox and Beck’s moderation that caused him to be angrier and eventually act on that anger last month."

Beyond that there is always the actual Williams/Examiner jail house interview Brown alleges linked he (Williams) and the plan to shoot up the Tides Foundation to Beck and Fox -- you can, if you have the integrity to do so (Brown apparently didn’t), go find it on the net and listen to what was said. Shouldn’t the facts matter? Shouldn’t it matter exactly the opposite was conveyed in the interview than what Brown alleged was said?

The San Francisco Examiner wrote, "But that paradoxically it may have been Fox and Beck’s moderation that caused him to be angrier and eventually act on that anger last month."

“Facts” are things continually throw around by liberals -- yet nearly every time I read a liberal claiming something is factual, inevitably they’re lying and their “fact” turns out to be a lie -- in “fact” every time I read a liberal use the word “fact” I’m enticed to go look and see if they’re lying. You guys sure lie a lot.
My opinion

Menlo Park, CA

#9 Jan 27, 2011
Good Lord wrote:
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You must be referring to the people that made all the threats in Beck's name, I'm assuming? Maybe you need to re-read the article? Or READ it once?
I did read your post #2 as well as the article. What's your point?
imaginaryfriend

Plymouth, MI

#10 Jan 27, 2011
Read John Dean's book "Conservatives Without Conscience". Watch 60 seconds of Fixed Noise,( that's about ALL a sentient being can stand); and read the hate loving, fearmongering posts on Topix, or other places. Teabaggers mostly hate everyone else. Fux teaches them to hate and fear. Due to their reliance on the voice of authority,(Dean's book),and their own ignorance, they can't stop themselves from spewing nonsense and hate. Sociologists and Psychiatry groups are studying them as we speak.

Since: Jun 08

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#11 Jan 27, 2011
imaginaryfriend wrote:
Read John Dean's book "Conservatives Without Conscience". Watch 60 seconds of Fixed Noise,( that's about ALL a sentient being can stand); and read the hate loving, fearmongering posts on Topix, or other places. Teabaggers mostly hate everyone else. Fux teaches them to hate and fear. Due to their reliance on the voice of authority,(Dean's book),and their own ignorance, they can't stop themselves from spewing nonsense and hate. Sociologists and Psychiatry groups are studying them as we speak.
How ironic? You place the "Hate" mindset on conservatives. You do this and at the same time refer to conservatives as "Teabaggers" (a term originating by Leftists to refer to Tea Party members) whose real origin refers to dragging a man's "bidness" across the head of his homosexual partner.

No hate there...let's sing Kumbaya together there bud...
imaginaryfriend

Plymouth, MI

#12 Jan 27, 2011
And where were they during the fascist loving Bush years? The Bush Crime Family has done more harm to our democracy than any other presidency in our history. War Crimes were committed by the executive branch, and they lied to congress. Crimes also committed against our economy. Not a peep from these creeps. Why? Because their front groups are the billionaires, the Koch brothers, Dick Armey, and other whacked out morons who think they can buy this nation. Who bought the Citizens United support of Scalia, Alito, Roberts, Thomas, and Kennedy? How much were they paid? DISCLOSE! IMPEACH! These front groups use Fuxed "News" to incite the bigotry and hate of the ignorant. That's why I call them teabigots. We need to return ownership of our media,(called the press in the first amendment), to we the people. Break up these monopolies. The fact that President Obama is black is what set them off, even though he was elected by the people, unlike Bush.
imaginaryfriend

Plymouth, MI

#13 Jan 27, 2011
brad jenks wrote:
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How ironic? You place the "Hate" mindset on conservatives. You do this and at the same time refer to conservatives as "Teabaggers" (a term originating by Leftists to refer to Tea Party members) whose real origin refers to dragging a man's "bidness" across the head of his homosexual partner.
No hate there...let's sing Kumbaya together there bud...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =RB7CaoMuu1kXX
NO, here's the facts, and you can see it on Youtube: they named themselves teabaggers, while wearing hats with teabags dangling in front of their faces. Face the facts, they're not too bright.
Dode Penrod

Lakewood, CA

#14 Jan 27, 2011
brad jenks wrote:
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How ironic? You place the "Hate" mindset on conservatives. You do this and at the same time refer to conservatives as "Teabaggers" (a term originating by Leftists to refer to Tea Party members) whose real origin refers to dragging a man's "bidness" across the head of his homosexual partner.
No hate there...let's sing Kumbaya together there bud...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =RB7CaoMuu1kXX
Well, Jinx, you managed to drag homosexuals into the discussion and liars in a previous post. No hate there!
Eric Buel

Chico, CA

#15 Jan 27, 2011
brad jenks wrote:
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You guys sure lie a lot.
This coming from a guy who has a picture of a smirking Dick Cheney- a lying draft dodger- under his name.

Since: Jun 08

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#16 Jan 27, 2011
Eric Buel wrote:
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This coming from a guy who has a picture of a smirking Dick Cheney- a lying draft dodger- under his name.
Yep....except Cheney was never a "draft dodger." YOU expose yourself as the as the one "lying" by making the accusation...go figure...

Since: Jun 08

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#17 Jan 27, 2011
The irony of this Brownie article (doin a great job there Brownie) is self evident. Brown‘s writing (if you take the time to analyze it) proves the exact opposite (the hate’s instead coming from Brown) of the claim in his title 'Conservative hate still abounds.'
Brownie wrote, "David Brock, an ex-neoconservative who years ago was hired as a 'hatchet man' for the right, had a 'Road to Damascus' event several years ago that resulted in his seeing the error of his ways. He's now the CEO of 'Media Matters,' an organization that daily fact-checks the lies coming from the right wing."
Brownie then goes on to say what the "fact checking" David Brock said -- of how conservative talk show host Glenn Beck had inspired the violent acts of Byron Williams (a convicted felon, twice convicted 2 time bank robber, and genuine all around great guy)-- and how jail house interviews had proved Williams' inspiration came from right wing radio hosts. Did Brown quote the section of the "jail house interview" proving the allegation? Of course not. Instead he used the "fact checking" David Brock's allegation because (I guess), as Brown stated, Brock had had a "Road to Damascus" event that resulted in Brock mutating from a lying "right winger" to a truthful "Leftist." Brock had shed his pointed tail and cast off his pitchfork as a dishonest right wing "hatchet man," and metamorphosed into a halo adorning, truth telling, "fact checking" Leftist. Translation? George Soros hired Brock to write “hatchet” pieces for Media Matters.

Since: Jan 11

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#18 Jan 27, 2011
Jared Loughner was definetely a left-wing athiest.
Aria

United States

#19 Jan 27, 2011
Got tea?

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#20 Jan 27, 2011
imaginaryfriend wrote:
<quoted text> NO, here's the facts, and you can see it on Youtube: they named themselves teabaggers, while wearing hats with teabags dangling in front of their faces. Face the facts, they're not too bright.
To put it as plainly as possible...ahhhh...you're a bold faced liar. On January 19, 2009, Graham Makohoniuk, a part-time trader and a member of Ticker Forum, posted a casual invitation on the market-ticker.org forums to "Mail a tea bag to congress and to senate". MSNBC took THAT and ran with it, taking the idea a step further (not tea party reps) with this dialog just prior to the planned April 15, 2009 tea party tax demonstrations.....

MSNBC's David Shuster filling in for Keith Olbermann on Monday's "Countdown" made numerous references to this sexual practice during his segment about the upcoming Tea Parties.

He began the story: "It's going to be teabagging day for the right-wing and they're going nuts for it. Thousands of them whipped out the festivities early this past weekend, and while the parties are officially toothless, the teabaggers are full-throated about their goals."

MSNBC last I looked was pretty far Left...you're exposed....

Maddow at the same time and a host of others also promoted the "tea bag" hate speech...and you follow their hate here...

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