Friday, March 11, 2011

Radical Republican hearings

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Crazy, isn't it? How could we possibly have been dumb enough to put the GOP back in control of the House? What has happened to America?

And here's The Daily Show's second video segment, which continues their look at Peter King's hypocrisy.

2 comments:

Montana said...

Why doesn’t this Peter T. King investigate the “Home Grown” radicalization of Irish Americans, who support the tradition wing of the IRA (Irish Republican Army), or Noraid (The Irish Northern Aid Committee), and being recruited by “Enemy Overseas” or worse “Enemy Overseas” the “Catholic Church ”, where they radicalize the priests into raping our young American boys, what about that you hypocrite scumbag.

Peter King is a hypocrite, he supported the terrorist group IRA, who killed innocent British people, but hey I guess that was OK, right? Killing innocent people is OK, as long as they are not born is the United States, yup that sounds about right. I guess Jesus Christ would give all you extra points for that, NOT!

No, there are no dancing in the street when Catholics hear about a pedophile priest, but there has been a concerted effort to Deny, Deflect, Defend this “Enemy Overseas” the “Catholic Church ”, I don’t even think you could deny that fact. What would Jesus Christ, say about this so called Church, I have a few thoughts myself.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/full-episodes/thu-march-10-2011-trey-parker---matt-stone

47 seconds in;
http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/377120/march-10-2011/peter-king-understands-violent-radicalism

WCG said...

Blogger's spam filter caught your comment, Montana. It tends to do that whenever there's a link included. That's not a problem, but it usually takes me a day or two to discover and correct those mistakes.

Re. your point, Reza Aslan used a similar comparison on The Colbert Report this week. We wouldn't bring ordinary Catholics into Congress to grill them about their pedophile tendencies, would we?

Of course not. We recognize that Catholics are individuals. The fact that some Catholics are pedophiles, and that the Catholic Church sheltered and protected them, even helped them find new victims, doesn't mean that all Catholics are complicit. And Catholics would be rightly outraged at any such implication.

There were riots when Irish Catholics started to emigrate to America in large numbers. And President John F. Kennedy had to contend with the fear, among some Americans, that he'd take orders from the Pope. Haven't we learned anything from our history? Apparently not, huh?