Thursday, June 29, 2006

DeLay: "We have always been at war with Oceania"

"The Earth was never 4004 years old, always 6000 years old." And other revisions of history to distract from republican crimes and fascism.

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At 7:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Ah, yes. All is as it should be again. 0 comments. Except for little old me, etude finch.

Anyway, Down With Oceania, I say! (whatever that is.)

e. finch, you evil conservative friend (www.evilconservatives.com)

 
At 7:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oops, I meant "your evil conservative friend..."

 
At 9:07 AM, Anonymous jovial_cynic said...

I think more comments would come if ChristianLibrul would actually write more in his posts instead of just linking to articles. It would create more engagement with the readers. As it is now, all the actual content in a post is on somebody else's site...

 
At 12:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To J.C.

I think more comments would come if ChristianLibrul would actually write more in his posts instead of just linking to articles.

Maybe, but I doubt it. I don't think he has the brain power to write anything worth reading. That's why he just regurgitates the same slop he reads on other brain-dead librul sites. Even his name-calling is puerile and repetitive. Every one he disagrees with is a fascist or a theofascist or an evil republican.

I mean his blog is called "Not In My Bible." I never see anything from the Bible on his blog. I suspect he hasn't cracked the book open lately.

As a wise man has said "Liberalism is a mental disease." And LibrulChristian has it.

etude

 
At 3:25 PM, Anonymous jovial_cynic said...

Liberalism is a strugle against the abuse of power from any government/corporate/religious entity. It seems that any individual that values their rights over the rights of large faceless entities would naturally want to be liberal, since liberalism is derived from liberty.

Even Jesus was a liberal when it came to religious power; much of what Christ preached was regarding the abuse of power by the Pharisees -- that's a liberal message indeed.

 

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