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January 9, 2014

The Innocence of Liberals

Americans died in Benghazi for the same reason that American hostages
had been taken in Iran and for the same reason that Leon Klinghoffer had been murdered on the Achille Lauro and US Marines had died in Beirut. They died because their government had appeased Muslims, had given their terrorist groups hope that they could achieve their aims if they killed enough people, had saved them at the moment of their greatest weakness and had elevated them to power. The innocence of Obama is intertwined with the innocence of Muslims. - - Sultan Knish:

Posted by gerardvanderleun at January 9, 2014 7:55 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Yea which is to say no innocence at all.

Posted by: tripletap at January 9, 2014 11:36 AM

What's that Thomas Sowell quote about nice peoples' inability to recognize other people are not also nice? That flaw is giving aid and comfort to evil.

Just as commielibs seem to be in a competition to accept the weirdest behavior as normal. Mayberry Types are in a competition to be the last person in Mayberry to recognize the evil inherent in The Left. "They just don't know..." seems to be the go-to excuse for not recognizing evil on The Left. There is no prize for being the last one to understand. You aren't being nice or generous by willfully not recognizing evil. Stop being a chump.

Posted by: Scott M at January 9, 2014 12:42 PM

Some on The Left know they are breaking the country, that's their purpose: to destroy America so they can build Ameritopia in its place. Others on The Left think traditional America is so rotten whether they are destroying America or not isn't important.

ALL on The Left are guilty. Those that make it happen and those that let it happen are breaking America. Neither faction will stop simply because you would never want to break America or breaking America would get you kicked out of Mayberry, if the people of Mayberry had the sense of self-preservation.

Posted by: Scott M at January 9, 2014 12:57 PM

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