GOP darling supports Hate Group member

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    Re: GOP darling supports Hate Group member

    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

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    Again, it's more like a balance between liberal and conservative muslims.  

     




    Matty liberally applies the "conservative" label (pun intended) for maximum smearing of his American political opponents...

     

    The terms liberal and conservative cant be so conveniently foisted...actually, radical Islam and progressivism have more in common, they both despise traditional Christian beliefs....

     

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    You don't know what you're talking about.  Again.

    Theologists recognize the terms as distinctive when applied to religion vs. politics.  There are certainly definable liberal and conservative factions within most, if not all, organized religions.

    That you can't process these terms independently for your damaged political ideology is your problem, not mine.

    And that you need a non-believer to school you on religious philosophy speaks volumes.

    When all you can do is play the victim, you got nothing.

     

     

     
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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

    Damain,

    I'm not seeing a bunch of assaults on gay people where the perps are pointing to a belief that they "protecting the children." Usually it's some drunken goober and the target is picked based on how bullies usually pick targets, a perception of weakness. We're talking ignorance here, not a philosophy based on religious beliefs. At least, not in this country.

     

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    Actually it is not usually just some drunken guy stumbling.... historically it is the same whether it has been beatings or lynchings of blacks, or attacks or harmful actions against Jews or muslims or gays, etc. 

    It is clear that bigotry does not require alcohol... though alcohol is not infrequently the drug of choice in our culture.

     

     
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    To that I say Obama associates with terrorists, no not the good vs. bad Syrian rebels, the ones he invites to his house like Bill Ayers the self described communist and co-founder of the Weather Underground.

    Articles like this are BS.

    ...the man who really counts in the world is the doer,...  TR 1891

     
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    Re: GOP darling supports Hate Group member

    Unless someone explicitly states that they hate a group, they do not hate that group?

    I think the difference is that an actual hate group will not just disparage those whom they dislike, they take steps to hurt them.

    If neo-Nazis were to suddenly gain power they would immediately move to severely harm Jews, likewise the KKK with blacks. If the FRC were to suddenly gain power the worst that might happen is that Boy Scouts might revert to banning gay scouts.


    The things that the FRC is guilty of pale in comparison to real hate groups and more in line with the kinds of things that pass for political rhetoric in our country everyday.

     

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