Skip to comments.The Return Of The Angry White Man
Posted on 06/18/2009 12:20:23 PM PDT by Califreak
Randall Terry, the leader of Operation Rescue, held a press conference right after the murder of George Tiller, a Kansas doctor who had long and publicly performed abortions, including late-term ones. He said that the victim had "reaped what he sowed."
At a press conference a week later, according to a reporter from the liberal Web site Talking Points Memo, Terry answered a question about the correlation between right-wing violence and Democratic presidents by quoting John F. Kennedy: "When you make peaceful protest impossible, you make violent protest inevitable." Article Controls
It's not fair to say that Terry speaks for the anti-abortion movement, and it's certainly not fair to say he speaks for conservatives in general. The vigorous debates about our social and economic freedoms and responsibilities, about fairness and opportunity, will not be waged by aged lunatic museum murderers or by unrepentant members of the Weather Underground, despite our tendency to characterize all political violence as emanating from the right or the left. So those of us who want our say on policy want nothing to do with these people, their guns, their bombs or their badly worded rhetoric.
Still, there's something going on. We've been here before.
(Excerpt) Read more at forbes.com ...
Have the barf bag & BP meds handy, you'll need it.
When did race come into this? Last I checked, blacks are against abortion in general as well.
Return?...I never left you SOB’s!!!
I’m an angry white woman.
I feel left out.
The Museum shooter was a socialist pagan, but the media still lumps him into the story with “rightwing”.
Hear me ROOOOOAR!!
The second is alot of others shouldn't be angry for the exact same reasons.
Read after nap
The left has their
“Bitter Single Females”
who are married to Uncle Sam, yet claim they “don’t need a man” for provision and protection.
“Im an angry white woman. I feel left out.”
Burn your underwear and join Code Pink. There’s a group of angry white women! (Has the state-run media ever called them that?)
AND a registered dim, from what I've read.(they are usually one in the same)
I said I was angry, not insane.
Add angry white women to that list.
How about an Angry, Mis-represented Citizenry?
I’ve been saying like forever that there is one group for sure.
One group who, if they went on strike for one single day, the country would be paralyzed and probably tens of thousands of deaths would result. It would be disastrous.
White American males.
If that group (of which I am part) were to finally say “We’re sick of the damn commercials that make us out to be idiots!” and “We’re sick of being blamed for all the ills of the black man and all the other racial groups who need someone for a scapegoat!” and “We’re sick of manliness itself being trashed and being told we have to ‘get in touch with our feelings’ and all the other castrating bullshit!” and just went on strike.
It’s possible that any of the people reading this THAT MEANS YOU might die as a result.
I’m waiting for the day when about a couple of million of those angry white males hit the streets and show those bastards just how angry we are!
Give me a break...
This Maiello is an idiot who has not really researched his facts. He has excluded the most important moral voice in the baby killing debate: Women.
Women are the heart and soul of the struggle to stop abortion on demand. Women and their faith in the Lord. Men like the Rev. Terry are not angry - rather they are harbingers of disaster to come if this nation continues to go down this path of murder and mayhem against the most innocent ...
He and all in the pro life movement are scared to death of what will happen should we not repent.
Forbes has gone off the deep end lately. First, Bruce Bartlett uses its pages to advocate a VAT to support a government health care scheme, and suggesting that libertarians make common cause with “progressives” (on what?).
Next, they publish an editorial by a lib suggesting that Obama’s speech to the AMA was “brave” since he hinted that he might be willing to consider tort reform.
Un-represented is where my anger comes from.
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