Ted O'Baxter "revealed," not claimed, whined or tattled? LOL.
Me thinks the writer, a one Mr. Matt Wilstein, is a lib or an idiot or a lib idiot........Just saying :)
I’ll pick ‘whined.’ 0’Bluster is a whiner.
Will Sarah point out that Comcast has controlling interest over the operation that employs the idiot?
Want the guy fired, cancel your Comcast subscription.
How far we have fallen.
Its always “controversial” when its a Conservative.
Y’know, I think I finally understand Bashir. He was making the suggestion that someone should defecate in Gov. Palin’s mouth because it is where Bashir draws his own source of wisdom. It’s the only reasonable explanation.
You can’t spell “Martin Bashir” without “s**t”.
Methinks our State Owned Media has parroted their masters so much they have not worried about the meaning of words. Parrots never know what they are saying.
Webster’s 1913 Dictionary: Slave
n. 1. The condition of a slave; the state of entire subjection of one person to the will of another.
Disguise thyself as thou wilt, still, slavery, said I, still thou art a bitter draught!
I wish, from my soul, that the legislature of this state [Virginia] could see the policy of a gradual abolition of slavery. It might prevent much future mischief.
2. A condition of subjection or submission characterized by lack of freedom of action or of will.
The vulgar slaveries rich men submit to.
- C. Lever.
There is a slavery that no legislation can abolish, - the slavery of caste.
- G. W. Cable.
3. The holding of slaves.
Noun 1. Slavery- the state of being under the control of another person
Synonyms: bondage, thraldom, thrall, thralldom
2.slavery - the practice of owning slaves
3. slavery - work done under harsh conditions for little or no pay
abjectness, absolutism, attendance, baseness, bond service, control, debt slavery, deprivation of freedom, dirty work, disenfranchisement, disfranchisement, domination, donkeywork, drudge, drudgery, employ, employment, enslavement, enthrallment, fag, fatigue, feudalism, feudality, grind, handiwork, handwork, hard labor, helotism, helotry, indentureship, industry, labor, lick, lick of work, manual labor, meanness, menialness, ministration, ministry, moil, peonage, plugging, rat race, restraint, scut work, serfhood, servility, servitium, servitorship, servitude, slavishness, spadework, strain, stroke, stroke of work, subjection, subjugation, submissiveness, subservience, subserviency, sweat, task, tendance, thrall, tiresome work, toil, travail, treadmill, tyranny, vassalage, villenage, work, yoke
You do not have an exclusive franchise on slavery.
Many races throughout human history have been enslaved, including pale-skinned peoples so back off.
The primary problem of Blacks is that too many of you do not function well in a modern society - not that you allowed yourselves to be enslaved in the past.
Sarah Palin loves God, her family and America. Has this woman no shame?
o’bunghole deserves to have someone play the knockout game on him!
Indebtedness absolutely is slavery to the one to whom the debt is owed. Once the debt is paid, one is free. I grew up understanding that concept.
I just don’t understand what is controversial about that, other than it’s the honest truth. And it was said by Sarah. These people are rabid in their ignorance.
Is it safe to assume Mr, Wilstein is a Keynesian in terms of his economics and possibly has never read Hayek's "Road to Serfdom"?
Again the left tries to destroy us by using language as a tool, can we not use the words Slavery or Serfdom to denote the burdens of Debt while not a physical shackle but non the less a shackle?
How do we have dialogue and or fix serious issues in what is left of the Republic when they constantly destroy the ability to engage in the arena of ideas with such parsing which is quite frankly meant to shut us up?
Sarah Palin will address the controversial comments made by about her by MSNBCs Martin Bashir for the first time on the November 24th edition of Fox News Sunday. Fox News Chris Wallace is also expected to interview Palin about the Affordable Care Act and her new book Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas.
After Palin made her own controversial remarks comparing Americas debt crisis to slavery, Bashir delivered a monologue on his MSNBC program in which he suggested that, in order to truly understand the horrors of slavery, someone should defecate into Palins mouth. Bashir later apologized, but, despite continued outrage from Palins defenders, MSNBC did not take any disciplinary action against the host.
Palin evidently decided to grant Wallace the first interview on the matter after Fox News Bill OReilly revealed on Wednesday night that she had turned down his invitation to discuss the matter on The OReilly Factor.
We will be covering Palins appearance Sunday morning, so make sure to check back on Mediaite then for video of the interview.
What controversial remarks? I’ve heard any number of liberals use the term slavery in the past regarding issues other than the slavery that took place in this country hundreds of years ago. Hey, I’m going to make a controversial remark: “I have two hard drives in my computer. One is the master drive and the other is a slave.” These people are so predictable!
What Bashir said was unconscienable, gutter mind, Leftist-Democrat speak of the worst kind, and yet IMO the fact that he had the chutzpah to say what he said on the air, and the fact it wasn’t immediately condemned by MSNBC means far less than the fact the man is still employed at MSNBC. It says a whole lot about the management of that corporation, and their ties to the radical Leftist movement we are currently confronted with.
It’s apparent to me these people are all privy to the overview, the plans, the means of the Party to which they intend to achieve their goals. It’s all by design to defeat our Constitution, our freedom, to enslave us to their Communist perspective.
It’s a war they are winning because they got into position as the masses slept all comfortable in the freedoms they took for granted, and still do. We have now a major fight on our hands that may take the rest of this Century to turn it all around if possible.