Skip to comments.AP: 'Fearless' Liberalism of Franken Primary Opponent
Posted on 05/11/2008 3:13:57 PM PDT by governsleastgovernsbest
Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer is a college professor with a long history of political activism and fearless liberalism.AP, 5-11-08, profile of candidate for Minn. Dem primary nomination [emphasis added].
Fearless liberalism? Fearless? It's fearless for an American college professor to be a big-time liberal? Give me a fearless break!
Yet that's how the AP described the predictably left-wing politics of the man challenging Al Franken for the right to challenge Republican Norm Coleman for his seat in the US Senate. Among Nelson-Pallmeyer's positions:
* opposed to the death penalty in all circumstances * suppport nationwide legalization of same-sex marriages * favors a full withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq in the next nine months * advocates universal single-payer health insurance and a massive reduction in defense spending.
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How fearless is it to be a liberal college professor? Ping to Today show list.
He has a Masters in Divinity. When will these democrats understand the concept of separation of Church and State?
Librats don’t do religion, So I’m assuming this Guy’s masters degree is for candy!!!!!
Maybe “fearless liberalism” is a just euphemism for what in reality is plain old obnoxious liberalism.
Actually it’s just another description of personal lack of any common sense and a terrible hunger for power over others...those they feel are just not entitled to anything other than subjugation. Which apparently is everyone other than themselves.
Whats with the hyphenated last name of this candidate? Is this a man, woman, or something that used to be something else?
It's really a hymenated last name.
It’s fearless to be a liberal college professor?
Wow. I didn’t realize that, every time I stroll the commons in Ithaca, I’m walking among so many giants.
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