Monday, September 11, 2006

Liberal Treachery

Kentucky Progress has once again exposed some liberal treachery in a wonderful post entitled "Herald Leader Hires Michael Moore".

The following is a comment on the article which I posted in the comments section of KY Progress' post:

The silly liberals even say "Yet anyone who questions or criticizes Bush's decisions is branded an appeaser of fascists" as if they were not actually appeasing fascists. Just because they say it isn't so, does not mean it isn't so.

They failed to mention how Bush's policies are creating jobs in the Defense industries which were sinking fast under the Clinton Administration. I'm suprised that they didn't bring up how every time Clinton tried to do something abut OBL, we saw it then for sex scandal diversion it was and that he didn't really care about protecting the country he was sworn to protect (as if an oath means anything to a liberal), he was just wagging the dog. Wagging it on a blue dress as it turns out, just like the devil wore in that old rock song. Coincidence? I don't think so.

Because the focus of this diversion just so happened to be the guy who actually pulled off the attacks, the ivory tower liberal historians will probably remember Clinton as the president who tried to stop OBL, not the one who actually invaded Iraq to kill him.

As to Bush making us less free, let me quote a recent letter writer to the Paducah Sun who stated the conservative viewpoint rather nicely:

“In America, if you are not doing anything wrong, you should not complain about what our government is doing to keep you safe from terrorists. You are not losing a freedom; you are more safe, and gain freedom from terrorists.”

We are not losing freedom, we are gaining freedom from terrorists. Now if only we could outlaw the Democratic party, we could gain freedom from the terrorists deriving comfort from them getting elected. Oh, that will be the day!

For exposing said Liberal Treachory, Your Welcome America.

Your Humble Servant,
Rob R. Baron ~ Esquire

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