Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bonnie, Mar 30, 2005.
Excellent, I'm going to read the whole debate! Thanks!
Sorry, campers. "Jonah Goldberg" is not a real conservative. Jonah Goldberg is a Jewish partisan with the primary goal of advancing Israel's cause. That makes him a fine Jewish nationalist, but an American Conservative, he ain't.
This is a few days old, but I think it addresses well what has been happening-at least between MM, Bonnie, and myself.
Like anyone who is convinced of the rightness of his viewpoint, I marvel that everyone else doesn't see it my way.
But that in no way diminishes the affection and respect I feel for my dear friends at USMB.
The Top 10 things that WJ hasn't blamed the Jews for (yet).....
10. Athlete's Foot
9. The heartbreak of psorriasis
8. Bad Breath
7. Thinning hair
5. Toe Fungus
4. Male erectile disorder
3. Acid Reflux
(Of course, I was out sick for a few days, so it is possible that he may have gotten around to blaming the Jews for some of these and I just missed it!)
I'm sure WJ, that with a little creative thought and some time, you will somehow be able to find a way to blame the Jews for these things as well.
Don't forget everything bad that happens in the months of Jew-ne and Jew-ly!
how many people have been killed in the name of the jewish religion?
how many in the name of the christian religion?
how many in the name of the muslim religion?
how many in the name of no religion?
if in fact the jews are all powerfull why do the allow themselves to be persecuted both as a race and a religion?
I feel the same way MM. Like the article Kathianne posted suggests, this is such a clear case of my morals, my respect for human life, and my fear of a nationwide lack of respect of human life, coming into such conflict with what appears to be the true conservative hardline of federalism and seperation of powers. I can only hope that what comes from this are better defined laws at the state level giving more options to families in a similar situation so that any person will not just be at the mercy of either a spouse or relative that does not have that person's best wishes at heart.
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