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The Neoconservative Persuasion
Weekly Standard ^ | 2003 | Irving Kristol

Posted on 05/24/2004 4:42:38 PM PDT by churchillbuff

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To: Pelham
LOL! How bitter you sound.

Don't dispair...I can understand your anquish. It seems just like yesterday that the proud brigaders where galloping across so many threads, riding to the sounds of the gums, posting their silly Vietnam photo with all their faces superimposed on it following a fat head pat buchanan (the closets he ever came to a uniform)...those were the glory days for you people.

The patsies would have seven or eight threads at a time going, promoting their guy, trashing President Bush, spouting all the fearsome buzzwords. Life was so grand for the pitchforkers.

Then pat's grand sell out happened and folks started deserting from the brigade. And when it was said and done, and pat had tried his best to be the spoiler for Al Gore...your world came apart.

From those glory days to posting a few sad comments on the tail end of some dead thread in the middle of the nigth. You've fallen a long ways...so I can understand your bitterness and why you're reduced to skulking around.

451 posted on 05/28/2004 12:00:10 AM PDT by CWOJackson
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To: CWOJackson
*I never said I wasn't a Burr fan*

That is a vile piece of nihilistic filth, and a slur on one of this nation's Founding Fathers. About like saying "I never said I wasn't a Lee Harvey Oswald/John Hinckley fan." That kind of rhetorical garbage is on a level with the worst one finds posted in DUmmy land.
Alexander Hamilton was, for all intents and purposes, the philosophical founder of the Republican Party. Your post about him makes it obvious that you don't know history from a hole in the ground.
I don't know what your agenda is, but your arrogance is only truly exceeded by your ignorance. And I look forward to refuting it in future threads I might happen to come across.
452 posted on 05/28/2004 12:47:45 AM PDT by A Jovial Cad ("I had no shoes and I complained, until I saw a man who had no feet.")
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To: Pelham
--- Lincoln faced down the biggest group of real charlatans ever assembled in this country, the southern frauds who owned slaves, but spouted hypocrisies about being free.
-- And he won.

Like Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe? The Lincoln cult always has an excuse for the FF slave owners, let's hear yours-

No excuses needed, -- To a man they were well aware of the hypocrisy of slaveholding in a republic dedicated to individual freedom.

And, - I belong to no 'cult'. Lincoln was above all a politician, with their typical faults. But he did his job well, and held together our union.

453 posted on 05/28/2004 6:13:27 AM PDT by tpaine ("The line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being." -- Solzhenitsyn)
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To: A Jovial Cad

Cry me a river...


454 posted on 05/28/2004 12:44:34 PM PDT by CWOJackson
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