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    Heart Warming video!
    (WARNING! THIS VIDEO PORTRAYS THE AMERICAN MILITARY IN A POSITIVE FASHION AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR VIEWING BY LIBERALS OVER THE AGE OF 13!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Heart Warming video!
    (WARNING! THIS VIDEO PORTRAYS THE AMERICAN MILITARY IN A POSITIVE FASHION AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR VIEWING BY LIBERALS OVER THE AGE OF 13!)

    Nice video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Nice video!
    I agree but, oh man, this is gonna be a bad scene. I give this thread two, three days tops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Heart Warming video!
    (WARNING! THIS VIDEO PORTRAYS THE AMERICAN MILITARY IN A POSITIVE FASHION AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR VIEWING BY LIBERALS OVER THE AGE OF 13!)

    1911, why do you say such things? Oh yeah that's right, from your view, military service is strictly a conservative thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    1911, why do you say such things? Oh yeah that's right, from your view, military service is strictly a conservative thing.
    Do you read the other threads? There are certain posters who relish in associating our troops with despicable acts. 1911 was pointing out to these individuals that they would not like seeing the U.S. military in such a positive light.

    These fine men and women are both liberal and conservative and all deserve our respect regardless of political affiliation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Do you read the other threads? There are certain posters who relish in associating our troops with despicable acts. 1911 was pointing out to these individuals that they would not like seeing the U.S. military in such a positive light.

    These fine men and women are both liberal and conservative and all deserve our respect regardless of political affiliation.
    So why tag them as 'Liberals'. It is kind of a blanket statement, don't you agree?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    So why tag them as 'Liberals'. It is kind of a blanket statement, don't you agree?
    Their views align with far left liberals so that's whom I associate them with. Blanket statement, yes - for lack of another designation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Their views align with far left liberals so that's whom I associate them with. Blanket statement, yes - for lack of another designation.
    How 'bout anti-military folks? Why does everything have to be so be compartmentalized these days. Why can't folks just have thoughts/views anymore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    How 'bout anti-military folks? Why does everything have to be so be compartmentalized these days. Why can't folks just have thoughts/views anymore?
    I agree, they are anti-military and are on the far left fringe. If I were a liberal thinker, I wouldn't want to be associated with them much the same way a conservatives would not want to be associated with the far right fringe.
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    He will not point out the ones he acuses of hating america and our soldiers, nor will he give evidence.
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    1911 maybe in your mind this is simply flamebait to bash liberals, but what you refuse to understand is that there is no discontinuity in liberal thinking to admire our troops. So despite your intentions you did good, its a cool video.
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    DA Thomas "I support the military/the Marines at Haditha committed genocide even though the report isn't in and the court martial hasn't been held yet".

    Does anyone else remember the, "We support the troops who kill their officers" sign at the anti-war against terrorism protest? Do you think that was the Young Republicans at that rally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    He will not point out the ones he acuses of hating america and our soldiers, nor will he give evidence.

    Your tag line makes my point most eloquently.
    Let me translate it for you, "Those illiterate savages in the military are SOOOO stupid!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    How 'bout anti-military folks? Why does everything have to be so be compartmentalized these days. Why can't folks just have thoughts/views anymore?
    Uh, show me the "conservative" anti-military folks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by theBlaze74
    He will not point out the ones he acuses of hating america and our soldiers, nor will he give evidence.
    I think 1911 did a fine job. Next?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Uh, show me the "conservative" anti-military folks?
    sorry 1911sforever ...

    Hannity blamed "anti-war left" for protest at soldier's funeral actually organized by anti-gay church

    On the August 30 broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio show, Fox News host Sean Hannity falsely blamed "the anti-war left" for a protest at the August 28 funeral of Sgt. Jeremy Doyle of Indianapolis, who was killed while serving in Iraq. Hannity read excerpts of an article on the website of Indianapolis TV station WISH describing the protest, adding, "I guess this is just another example of how the anti-war left supports our brave troops." In fact, as The Indianapolis Star reported, the protesters were not anti-war liberals but, rather, members of Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) in Topeka, Kansas, who claim that the deaths of U.S. soldiers in Iraq are inflicted by God to punish the United States for its acceptance of gays and lesbians.

    One of the church's websites claims that the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the space shuttle Columbia disaster, and the improvised explosive device (IED) attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq are examples of divine retribution visited upon the United States, allegedly as a punishment for the "sin" of homosexuality. A statement on the website reads: "Thank God for IEDs killing American soldiers in strange lands every day. WBC rejoices every time the Lord God in His vengeance kills or maims an American soldier with an Improvised Explosive Device (IED)."

    Led by Rev. Fred W. Phelps Sr., the anti-gay church also picketed the funeral of Matthew Shepard, a gay man beaten to death in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1998.

    Although Hannity read from a section of the WISH article explaining that the protesters see the deaths of American troops as "punishment for social misdeeds," he went on to blame "the anti-war left" for the protest.

    From the August 30 broadcast of ABC Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

    HANNITY: Let me read to you from Indianapolis. Headline: "Funeral for fallen Hoosier soldier brought some unwanted guests." Let me read this. Now, put this in the context of the story we did for you last week about Code Pink and about how Code Pink was protesting in front of Walter Reed Medical Center...
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    Media Matters, a great resource for "unbiased" news. What a joke. Was MichaelMoore.com not available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Media Matters, a great resource for "unbiased" news. What a joke.
    I was just looking for a quick reference to Fred Phelps (the story about Hannity I assume is true)
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    Quote Originally Posted by geatches
    Media Matters, a great resource for "unbiased" news. What a joke. Was MichaelMoore.com not available?
    It is not really a news source persay, more of fact source, and a corrector of lies perpetrated by right leaning media.


    Where is the right's type thing? I would love to read it.
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