There’s a calendar for sale in Charlotte right now that compares Obama’s election to the birth of Jesus Christ.
More tolerance from the left. A blogger neamed Joshua Scott Albert started several Facebook pages targeting politicians he dislikes including Mitt Romney. From Philly.com:
With Facebook pages including “Kill Mitt Romney,” “Kill Dick Cheney,” and “Kill Karl Rove,” the man who torched the Philadelphia restaurant scene with his incendiary “Staph Meal” blog is back in the spotlight, and this time, more than just angry chefs are paying attention.
Blogger Joshua Scott Albert, 26, recently began creating Facebook pages designed to stir controversy. Several are focused on Philadelphia: “Kill John McNesby,” the president of the local Fraternal Order of Police; “Kill Seth Williams,” Philadelphia’s district attorney; and “I Support Chancier McFarland & Rafael Jones,” the men charged with the murder of Police Officer Moses Walker Jr.
Classy right? As Zionism’s Survival points out this guy is a known Occupy Wall Street member and has posted about killing cops on his blog. He’s also a rich, White kid so a lot of this tough guy stuff is a load of crap. I hear he has a drug problem which is part of the reason for his angsty-ness and hatred of the 5-0.
So when are we going to see some stories of fine upstanding citizens supporting OWS.
The government is oppressing them. So they want to give the government more power. Makes sense.
And Republicans and Libertarians have been “deceived” by her Satanic wiles. So we righties who are all Christians should stop encouraging “demon inspired” politics like economic freedom.
As I have finally accepted the Crunchy Con label though I hate the images that term brings up I find myself more and more interested in the sovietization of our food industry by the corporatism alliance of large agricultural and livestock concerns and clueless bureaucrats. Ironically it was that very issue, and my interest in individual self-reliance, that pushed me into the non-Red version of being “green” but that’s an essay for another day.
Farmageddon, though clearly made by and aimed by people who consider themselves liberals, illustrates nicely the problem with our political food production system. Conservative will note that many of the most onerous and heavy handed attacks on small farms and consumer rights come from solidly blue states but the movie really doesn’t get into that which will no doubt irk many. However every American should watch this movie to understand why taking the “green” movement away from urban liberals who are complicit in the sovietization of farming and ranching needs to be a priority for all Americans.