READER COMMENTS ON
"The O'Franken Factor"
(7 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 3/30/2004 @ 4:16 pm PT...
Once the liberal money runs out, it will fail. Certanly, they have never been able to do this successfully in the free market. Hate only motivates a few people. A positive message motivates the rest.
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 3/30/2004 @ 6:10 pm PT...
Hate works well for the Right Wing radio shows. It's actually the secret to their success. Obviously (not such a secret). Probably won't work as well for Air America, since they'll bore the crap outta folks like you with FACTS and stuff. You know how you guys hate actual FACTS and stuff.
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 3/30/2004 @ 11:11 pm PT...
Hate only motivates a few people.
"Why should Blacks be heard? They're 12% of the population. Who the hell cares." -Rush Limbaugh
"take that bone out of your nose and call me back.ĺ
"have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted
criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?"
"...let the stupid and
unskilled Mexicans do that work."
I'm beginning to think that women should be denied the vote.
That is also part of the grand plan, to push homosexuality to cut down on the white race."
"get AIDS and die"
Who would Jesus hate?
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 4/8/2004 @ 6:52 am PT...
One of Rush's comments was supposedly said in the 1970s. Ok fine. Sen Robert Byrd was in the KKK.
I don't listen to Savage.
You also have to take some of these comments in context. You know, these guys are entertainers too.
I also happen to know that homosexuality is promoted by groups who are all about Population Control.
[In 1992, former World Bank President Robert S. McNamara said that the world population was growing out of control. He stated that we "may well destroy the world environment, undoing decades of economic and social progress." McNamara proposed that the World Bank finance contraceptives for every country and that governments make sure people use them. He proposed that the UN Population Fund monitor each country to make sure that people aren't having more children than they are permitted under the plan. The "proposal" became reality in 1996 when President Clinton signed Executive Order #12852 to create the Council on Sustainable Development. This council is to advance an aggressive "family planning" agenda to reduce the world's population (this always includes abortion-on-demand), monitor population growth, and call for "tolerance" and "diversity" (code words 'in the past for promotion of homosexuality).]
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 4/8/2004 @ 8:34 am PT...
I'd respond in more detail, but the Black Helicopters are hovering, so I gotta get outta here. I'm sure you'd understand.
Your Executive Order #12852 can be read in full at: http://www.archives.gov/...ive_orders/pdf/12852.pdf
There is NOTHING in it that you describe as being in it. Nothing. The EO doesn't even deal with Population Growth.
The text that you have put in "quotes" is not in the EO, so I don't know what you think you are quoting.
The entire paragraph, however, that you've Copied and Pasted without attribution appears on several Far Right websites, always without attribution, or substantiation for the ridiculous claims.
But you'll believe anything you're told, so you dutifully copy and paste (without even mentioning that you're doing so, btw...But I know, you thought of it all by yourself, and the text you thought of all by yourself just happens to match verbatim the text on several websites without attribution or substantiation by complete coincidence).
Really, has it ever occured to you to come up with an idea before someone told you to have it?
Has it ever occured to you to look at actual SOURCE data instead of relying on the analysis from groups that hope to play you for a sucker?
Were you the one that shot Vince Foster, too?
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 4/10/2004 @ 1:54 am PT...
You know, these guys are entertainers too.
Savage telling a gay caller that he should get Aids and die. That sure sounds like the lov of Jesus Christ shining through in a very spiritual and entertaining way to me.
Oh, and which quote is from the 70's? Which one?
None of them is the answer. NONE. They were all said within the past 10 years.
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 4/10/2004 @ 11:48 am PT...
I guess Paul doesn't understand that Rush wasn't on the air in the 70's. He was either working for the KC Royals or he was...guess what?...on the government dole! That's right! Excepting free government money! He was a welfare queen!