Discussion in 'Politics' started by -Cp, Apr 11, 2005.
In keeping with the rest of their "Culture of Death."
It is never appropriate for anyone in the US to wish for the suicide or death of a political opponent. Politics is a war to be won at the ballot box, not by the untimely deaths of the participants.
come on jeff. ITs their good intentions we're missing here with this T-shirt.
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if you search the site itself you can still find it
The shirt is not literal, it's more of a pun. Delay has committed political "suicide" with his recent theatrics over the Shiavo case.
This guy was faking tears in front of camera people. He has no shame. He's one of the most corrupt politcians in DC, and that's saying a lot.
Hell in my state of texas he just help gerrymander the voting regions of us represenatives by splitting up black voting blocks in and around Dallas. This guy is a racist, liar, moneyhungry and treasonous.
I'm not actually a huge fan of DeLay, but don't mistake him for an advocate of white people, i.e., "racist." I don't think he has ever ONCE spoken in favor of or recommended a legislative enactment that would help white Americans specifically. He is a huge supporter of Israel, which means supporting sending white gentiles to fight and die in Iraq. How does that favor whites?
Perhaps some day you can explain to me why splitting up ethnically homogeneous voting blocks is racist, but creating them is not. I'd really be interested in watching that tap dance.
Excellent point, Merlin. But, of course, we're talking about people whose honest answer to ANY question - up to and including, "How are you?" and "What's the capitol of North Dakota?" is, "It depends - which answer hurts conservatives?" The formula applies here.
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