Skip to comments.Many Modern 'Liberals' are Indeed Un-American
Posted on 12/03/2005 10:27:42 AM PST by Coastal
First, many modern liberals arent liberal at all today. Instead of seeking to expand personal freedom and liberty like the liberals of old, they seek to remove freedoms and liberties from others to support their federal dependency. There aint nothin American about that!
Just so you dont miss the point, lets keep it simple and straight forward. People from other countries who hate American principles are called anti-American. People from America who hate those same American principles are called un-American. Too simple?
Oh I know - its politically incorrect to use the term un-American when referring to people who call themselves American.
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Sounds like a plan!
We should give the dummycrats some of their own medicine, thats all I mean to say. We should be decrying them as treasonous evry time they try and disempower the Presidents foreign policy, because their strategy is prolonging the war and placing our soldiers in danger.
As that danger caused by the Dems increases, their answer is to vacate Iraq and bring them home from danger they themselves have created. That sounds like treason to me, but short of execution, we at least should be calling them the spades that they really are.
No reason to apologize, Abraham Lincoln is one of the most widely quote, and widely misquoted, president in history. That quote made an appearance recently and has been widely disseminated on the web. But Lincoln's speeches and writings widely available on the web, Here and here for example, and that quote is not to be found.
So, how would you label them?
Mistaken. Did it ever occur to you that the other side may be labeling you unamerican as well? What's to say that they aren't right?
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