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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Storm Warning

De Forest, WI

#83 Feb 20, 2011
the hate is all from the left you are filthy and useless scum

&fe ature=feedf
Stephen

San Clemente, CA

#84 Feb 20, 2011
My opinion wrote:
"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.!
How about, "no one hates conservatism," but many hate those phony balogna know-nothing, mentally uncurious loud mouths that fill their spongy heads with the BS and self-serving misinformative and false political hogwash that flows from the clucking beaks of those paid political-entertainment harlots like Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity, and O'Reilly, and then "think" they are conservatives?

Since: Jan 08

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#86 Feb 20, 2011
Stephen wrote:
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How about, "no one hates conservatism," but many hate those phony balogna know-nothing, mentally uncurious loud mouths that fill their spongy heads with the BS and self-serving misinformative and false political hogwash that flows from the clucking beaks of those paid political-entertainment harlots like Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity, and O'Reilly, and then "think" they are conservatives?
No hate here <eyeroll>
Stephen

San Clemente, CA

#87 Feb 20, 2011
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>No hate here <eyeroll>
While rolling your eyes don't forget to digest the fact that the comment had not been about not hating, but about not hating conservatism.
Frank

Magalia, CA

#88 Feb 20, 2011
Publius2 wrote:
<quoted text>No hate here <eyeroll>
Did you notice the KKK video published directly above your post by "Storm Warning"?

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#89 Feb 20, 2011
Frank wrote:
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Did you notice the KKK video published directly above your post by "Storm Warning"?
I noticed that Jews were once again scapegoated for spawning the criminal element that plagues our society. Did you miss that?
Storm Warning

De Forest, WI

#90 Feb 20, 2011
scape goat what planet are you living on ? My experience with these people is that they have yet to get all they deserve,



http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Stephen

San Clemente, CA

#91 Feb 21, 2011
Storm Warning wrote:
scape goat what planet are you living on ? My experience with these people is that they have yet to get all they deserve,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =jsOP9207wWgXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I guess the irony of you accusing anyone else of hatred is lost on you, denial being your friend.

Since: Jun 08

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#92 Feb 21, 2011
Stephen wrote:
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I guess the irony of you accusing anyone else of hatred is lost on you, denial being your friend.
Perhaps the irony is lost on everyone Stephen. I'm not defending the poster you addressed nor you. All this hate B.S. is getting a little over the top. We disagree...period. Because I disagree with you does not mean I hate you. Because I went to a tea party meeting does not mean I'm a racist, or that I hate. I do (or is is due?) think you may want to look at your own rhetoric and question whether or not some of the things YOU say may actually represent hate. When you paint tea partiers as "tea baggers" and call them racist are your remarks acts of hate? Just think about it for a second Stephen. Most these people are working class folks who are concerned about the direction of their country.

I don't know where it was (may have been on this thread), but I read you defend the signs at Madison because Sam (I think) had posted some of the signs which were filled with hateful and violent content. You said something to the effect someone had captured a few in the crowd, and that was not representative of the crowd as a whole. Wasn't that equally true of the tea party events? Yet didn't YOU find a few signs and paint the crowd with that broad brush?

I'm not trying to be provocative....I'm wondering if you can sit back and just look at those different stances and see accusing many for the acts of a few might just represent "hate" on whom ever is painting with that brush.... I honestly thought Allan could/would see this, but he proved disappointing..

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