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"Keep The Anger Alive" as a new slogan
| Jeff Sawin
Posted on 09/11/2002 4:50:27 PM PDT by ANTIROCKEFELLER
I am tired of hearing people say things like "we will never forget" and "let the healing begin", when it comes to 9/11. I propose us Freepers come up with a more significant slogan. My friend suggested "Keep the Anger Alive". I like it.
TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: moto; slogan
WHO's #1 - WE ARE!
To: princess leah
I think that says it all....
Or what about my favorite recipe phrase:
Keep on simmer....
posted on 09/11/2002 4:54:57 PM PDT
I like it KEEP THE ANGER ALIVE :KEEP THE ANGER ALIVE:KEEP THE ANGER ALIVE:KEEP THE ANGER ALIVE :KEEP THE ANGER ALIVE :
I agree! As soon as we lose our anger, then we start listening to the pacifists and communists...oops...I forgot......they like to call themselves 'Populists'.....who think that we should try to understand them, and forgive them, and change our ways so as to not anger THEM in the future. it is time, STILL, for them animals to continue to feel our wrath. It feels good to be angry.....
I don't mind "We will never forget", as long as it's followed by "Let's roll".
Teach your kids to hate their enemies.
Teach them that 'forgiveness', while in some ways a noble sentiment, is always an optional one.
And make sure that they understand that mercy should never be given (in tiny doses) until an enemy begs for it like a broken, humiliated animal.
posted on 09/11/2002 5:10:41 PM PDT
As I lay a black rose on their graves, I'll forgive them. But not until.
posted on 09/11/2002 5:19:53 PM PDT
"...As I lay a black rose on their graves, I'll forgive them. But not until..."
You're more generous than I am.
I (eventually) forgive dull-witted cashiers who've shortchanged me, fickle lovers who've jilted me and day-late-dollar-short inlaws who've borrowed from me and not repaid me.
Blood Enemies I never forgive.
And its not a rose I deposit on their grave if I get the chance.
posted on 09/11/2002 5:26:10 PM PDT
The book of John was written by Paul. Paul never met Jesus nor was he even close to being of the same beliefs as the original so called christians. Try reading the book of James to see just how much Paul's pro-Roman, pro-government and Clintonesque preachings were at conflict with the historically verifiable James.
My vote's for "Embrace the Rage".
To: ANTIROCKEFELLER; weikel
"WIPE THEM OUT,ALL OF THEM"
To: Lunatic Fringe
"Let's Roll." ...I think that says it all....
You're right, "Let's Roll" perfectly expresses my sentiments about 9/11. "Healing" is an impossibility unless/until we render Islamists extinct.
posted on 09/11/2002 5:38:06 PM PDT
by Mr. Mojo
To: Lunatic Fringe
I agree. Let's
Roll. Soon. Stop pussy footing around. No one wants to invite world wrath.
To: Liberals are Evil Socialists!
I like "Stay Frosty"
posted on 09/11/2002 5:40:16 PM PDT
Good good use your agressive feelings America.
posted on 09/11/2002 5:42:45 PM PDT
Embrace the fairy tale . . .
Which one the stinky cheese man?
posted on 09/11/2002 6:10:49 PM PDT
This character shows why bad people should be put out of their misery sooner, rather than later....
Rightious outrage can accomplish wonderful things if it's applied early and often . . .
Re Post#12: What a totally unique perspective you have anti-Rockefeller. As for me, I am a Biblically-based born-again Christian. May God bless you sir.
posted on 09/11/2002 7:12:09 PM PDT
Well, it sure beats "Have you wept today?"
posted on 09/11/2002 8:26:09 PM PDT
To: ANTIROCKEFELLER; JohnHuang2; Miss Marple
My three rules for 9/11: Keep the anger alive, use your aggressive feelings, and let the hate flow through you.
posted on 09/11/2002 8:26:46 PM PDT
You are wrong - he did meet Jesus on the road to Damascus - read Acts 9 and it changed his life - maybe you too will meet Jesus and have your life changed (better meet him before you cross into eternity though!)
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