To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
Those who hate President Bush, by definition, also hate me.
And more and more decent people who relate in so many ways to
President Bush are realizing that the RATS must hate them also.
Not a good strategery by the RATS.
posted on 09/15/2003 9:00:06 PM PDT
(Our Al-Mighty will whip your Al-Qaeda.)
To: MJY1288; Miss Marple; mtngrl@vrwc; ohioWfan; PhiKapMom; Howlin; GretchenEE; kitkat; justshe; ...
posted on 09/15/2003 9:04:27 PM PDT
They Hate you, they hate me too.
Worst part is that it boils over into every thing, I did my 8 years in the Military with Bubba, I had my bumper sticker and I was mad, but I didn't Hate the people that liked him, Pity yeah...
posted on 09/15/2003 9:12:26 PM PDT
(In 1895 there just two automobiles in Ohio - and they collided)
In my experience, intellectual leftists hate those who disagree with them because they view those on the right as evil. Disagreement with their political doctrine brings moral
condemnation, because their political views stem from notions of "fairness" and "social justice" which only the morally enlightened are able to discern.
Those on the right side of the political aisle more often base their political views on ideas such as individual rights, limited government, and separation of powers. As a result, those on the right are more likely to view those on the left as mistaken or misguided than evil.
A person on the right can generally live with those on the left without feeling the need to shout them down or convert them to their cause, as the conflict from his perspective is one of competing ideas and ideologies. A genuine leftist feels he must convert or destroy the other side as part of a great moral struggle.
posted on 09/15/2003 9:34:00 PM PDT
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