On Nov. 26, 2012, liberal radio host Mike Malloy broadcast the following:
“These tea bag bastards who by the way, I just wish they would all just go away – or, like in Passover, I just wish there was an angel of the Lord that would pass over – instead of killing the firstborn in all the households of Egypt just wipe out all the tea baggers. Just, you know, the terrible swift sword, just [Mike makes exaggerated 'swishing' sounds] – lop their heads off!”
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This past election was a triumph of emotion over good sense. Those who voted for the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue did so because they wanted to continue living at the expense of other Americans. What part of “we are broke” do they not understand? Here in California ( state of denial), the fools actually voted to tax themselves even more; as if already being one of the highest-taxed states in the country was not enough! Costa Rica is looking better all the time!
I am so upset that I put my faith in the tea party. The election was stolen, and they just move on; nothing, they do nothing. I am beginning to think they are working for Obama and not the U.S. Constitution. It is completely absurd that we thought they had our backs, but they are a straw-man organization.
I really don’t know who is fighting for this country except your organization, Donald Trump and the Western Journalism Center.
I thought I would write you a short email concerning Pat Robertson’s comments on the dinosaurs. It is unfortunate that we have Christians out there in the media that don’t read their Bibles (or don’t understand what they read).
The Bible mentions dinosaurs numerous times in the Old Testament. They were called “dragons.” Daniel killed a dragon by mixing certain elements (pitch, fat and hair) together and feeding this mixture to the dragon … when he was challenged to try to kill the royal dragon (a pet) by King Cyrus. God himself ... continue reading »
I recommend you consider removing Richard Rives as a contributor to WND.
He is on the edge of the edge of conservative Christianity. It’s sort of like mixed martial arts in the world of sports … dramatic, maybe exciting to some, but not a true sport in the traditional sense. The average sports fan will not walk into an MMA arena to watch a fight.
His writings and videos merely serve to stir up arguments about the law among believers and little else. The apostle Paul clearly warns against such things. Such “inside” debates place walls where they should not be and are more ... continue reading »
The politicians in this country seem to fear the “fiscal cliff.” This return to the pre-Bush-tax-cut years includes a decrease in spending and a decrease in entitlements. I think we should go over the “fiscal cliff” and start rebuilding our economy from that point. Everyone would learn a lesson – not to take government handouts for granted and that for every tax increase there should be an equal reduction in spending so that we may more quickly return to a non-debtor status.
Alan J. Winters