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2008-05-22
california din http://ziualibera.blogspot.com/ (...@yahoo.com, IP: 68.110.77...)
2008-05-21 23:36
You know you've struck gold when liberals react with hysteria and rage to something you've said.

Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell criticized a cartoon sponge.

Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:

"Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history."

The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and, furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's capitulation to Hitler.

Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack it.
.......
Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit, threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is Hitler.)

This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they feared nothing more than another war.
...........
Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him. They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."

Ann Coulter

Hu Ciu Tzi din Chinatown (...@flash.ro, IP: 195.160.204...)
2008-05-21 23:46
You know you've struck gold when liberals react with hysteria and / L-ai dat gata pe dl. Moroianu,

l-ai impresionat enorm!!!


La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:

> Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> criticized a cartoon sponge.
>
> Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
>
> "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> history."
>
> The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> capitulation to Hitler.
>
> Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> it.
> .......
> Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> Hitler.)
>
> This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> feared nothing more than another war.
> ...........
> Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
>
> Ann Coulter
>
>
>

california din http://ziualibera.blogspot.com/ (...@yahoo.com, IP: 68.110.77...)
2008-05-21 23:52
Bai, limbricu' huciuti.

Tu cand ai sa vii cu trei cuvinte puse cap la cap in mintea ta si construi o fraza dintr-o idee pe care sa n-o fi pescuit de la altii?

La 2008-05-21 23:46:34, Hu Ciu Tzi a scris:

> l-ai impresionat enorm!!!
>
>
> La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:
>
> > Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> > read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> > criticized a cartoon sponge.
> >
> > Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> > time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> > struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
> >
> > "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> > radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> > been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> > Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> > 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> > avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> > comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> > history."
> >
> > The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> > ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> > denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> > furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> > willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> > capitulation to Hitler.
> >
> > Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> > it.
> > .......
> > Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> > would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> > different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> > America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> > threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> > Hitler.)
> >
> > This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> > Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> > didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> > just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> > feared nothing more than another war.
> > ...........
> > Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> > sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> > They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> > Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
> >
> > Ann Coulter
> >
> >
> >
>
>

Romanca din Arad (...@yahoo.com, IP: 62.156.166...)
2008-05-22 00:15
Re: You know you've struck gold when liberals react with hysteria and rage to something you've said.

Assay-ul dv despre liberalii Americii nu este chiar asa de impresionat (o mare parte din ei subscriu la "liberalism" )

Imi permit sa fac si eu un mic assay despre conservativi...in cateva cuvinte: Conservativii (in general) sint conservativi, old fashioned (sau depasiti de timp) se tem de tot ce este nou... intr-un cuvint: Morons





La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:

> Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> criticized a cartoon sponge.
>
> Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
>
> "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> history."
>
> The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> capitulation to Hitler.
>
> Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> it.
> .......
> Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> Hitler.)
>
> This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> feared nothing more than another war.
> ...........
> Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
>
> Ann Coulter
>
>
>

HERUT din Piata Romana 1989 (...@yahoo.com, IP: 63.99.16...)
2008-05-22 00:29
Re: You know you've struck gold when liberals react with hysteria and rage to something you've said.

La 2008-05-22 00:15:10, Romanca a scris:

""""""""""""""""""Imi permit sa fac si eu un mic assay despre conservativi...in cateva cuvinte: Conservativii (in general) sint conservativi, old fashioned (sau depasiti de timp) se tem de tot ce este nou... intr-un cuvint: Morons """""""""""""""""""


Nu-i chiar asa. Conservatorii sunt aripa dreapta a republicanilor. Au dat tarii multi presedinti si sunt un factor de echilibrul in politica americana.

Si democratii au conservatorii lor, carora le plac la nebunie sindicatele si o economie centralizata si arondata statului.

Arcturus (...@gmail.com, IP: 83.233.169...)
2008-05-22 01:31
Re: iarasi vii cu handicapati

si scursuri gen Coulter?

Nu vezi ca pana si Israelul a inceput discutia cu Siria. Numai Bush o tine intr-una ca un disc stricat.


La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:

> Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> criticized a cartoon sponge.
>
> Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
>
> "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> history."
>
> The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> capitulation to Hitler.
>
> Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> it.
> .......
> Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> Hitler.)
>
> This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> feared nothing more than another war.
> ...........
> Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
>
> Ann Coulter
>
>
>

california din http://ziualibera.blogspot.com/ (...@yahoo.com, IP: 68.110.77...)
2008-05-22 01:51
Nu o poti suferi pe Coulter pentru ca e conservatoare si desteapta si informata

si face praf toate asa zisele argumente ale liberalilor.
Innebuniti numai cand ii auziti numele.:-))))

Si, apropo de discutii, trebuie sa stii cum sa le porti si in ce conditii. Bush ce-a facut cu Libia, huh? Stii?
Nu zice nimeni sa nu porti discutii, dar nu neconditionate si nu pornind de la nivel prezidential. Capisci?

La 2008-05-22 01:31:13, Arcturus a scris:

> si scursuri gen Coulter?
>
> Nu vezi ca pana si Israelul a inceput discutia cu Siria. Numai Bush o
> tine intr-una ca un disc stricat.
>
>
> La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:
>
> > Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> > read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> > criticized a cartoon sponge.
> >
> > Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> > time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> > struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
> >
> > "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> > radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> > been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> > Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> > 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> > avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> > comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> > history."
> >
> > The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> > ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> > denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> > furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> > willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> > capitulation to Hitler.
> >
> > Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> > it.
> > .......
> > Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> > would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> > different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> > America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> > threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> > Hitler.)
> >
> > This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> > Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> > didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> > just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> > feared nothing more than another war.
> > ...........
> > Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> > sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> > They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> > Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
> >
> > Ann Coulter
> >
> >
> >
>
>

Arcturus (...@gmail.com, IP: 83.233.183...)
2008-05-22 02:02
Re: Nu o poti suferi pe Coulter pentru ca e conservatoare si desteapta si informata

Coulter desteapta? Asta-i cea mai tare gulma din ultima vreme.







La 2008-05-22 01:51:21, california a scris:

california din http://ziualibera.blogspot.com/ (...@yahoo.com, IP: 68.110.77...)
2008-05-22 02:06
Re: Nu o poti suferi pe Coulter pentru ca e conservatoare si desteapta si informata

La 2008-05-22 02:02:52, Arcturus a scris:

> Coulter desteapta? Asta-i cea mai tare gulma din ultima vreme.
>

Daca tu esti incapabil sa-i gusti articolele, asta nu inseamna ca e EA proasta, vezi ca mai e o varianta.:-)

Hu Ciu Tzi din Chinatown (...@flash.ro, IP: 195.160.204...)
2008-05-22 13:51
Re: Bai, limbricu' huciuti. / Esti data dracului Cacalifornia si pe deasupra si 'desteapta' foc,

uimesti Lumea-ntreaga, hai pa!!!!!!


La 2008-05-21 23:52:54, california a scris:

> Tu cand ai sa vii cu trei cuvinte puse cap la cap in mintea ta si
> construi o fraza dintr-o idee pe care sa n-o fi pescuit de la altii?
>
> La 2008-05-21 23:46:34, Hu Ciu Tzi a scris:
>
> > l-ai impresionat enorm!!!
> >
> >
> > La 2008-05-21 23:36:09, california a scris:
> >
> > > Bush's speech at the Knesset last week was a barn burner before even I
> > > read it. Liberals haven't been this worked up since Rev. Jerry Falwell
> > > criticized a cartoon sponge.
> > >
> > > Calling the fight against terrorism "the defining challenge of our
> > > time" -- which already confused liberals who think the defining
> > > struggle of our time is against Wal-Mart -- Bush said:
> > >
> > > "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and
> > > radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have
> > > been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As
> > > Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared:
> > > 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been
> > > avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is -- the false
> > > comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by
> > > history."
> > >
> > > The way liberals squealed, you'd think someone had mentioned Obama's
> > > ears. Summoning all their womanly anger, today's Neville Chamberlains
> > > denounced Bush, saying this was an unjustified attack on Obambi and,
> > > furthermore, that it's absurd to compare B. Hussein Obama's
> > > willingness to "talk" to Ahmadinejad to Neville Chamberlain's
> > > capitulation to Hitler.
> > >
> > > Unlike liberals, I will honestly report their point before I attack
> > > it.
> > > .......
> > > Liberals think all real tyrants ended with Hitler and act as if they
> > > would have known all along not to appease him. Next time is always
> > > different for people who refuse to learn from history. As Air
> > > America's Mark Green said: "Look, Hitler was Hitler." (Which, I admit,
> > > threw me for a loop: I thought Air America's position is that Bush is
> > > Hitler.)
> > >
> > > This is nonsense. Ahmadinejad looks a lot like Hitler did when
> > > Chamberlain agreed to meet with him at Munich, except that Hitler
> > > didn't buy his suits from ratty thrift shops. Much of England reacted
> > > just as today's Democrats would because, like today's Democrats, they
> > > feared nothing more than another war.
> > > ...........
> > > Liberals think the way to deal with dangerous tyrants is to send in a
> > > sensitive president who will make Ahmadinejad fall in love with him.
> > > They imagine Obama becoming Ahmadinejad's psychotherapist, like Barbra
> > > Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."
> > >
> > > Ann Coulter
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
>
>

Mos Grigore din Chicago (...@worldnet.att.net, IP: 208.207.43...)
2008-05-22 15:28
Re: Nu o poti suferi pe Coulter pentru ca e conservatoare si desteapta si informata

La 2008-05-22 02:02:52, Arcturus a scris:

> Coulter desteapta? Asta-i cea mai tare gulma din ultima vreme.
=======================================================

De unde stii tu Bai Buric Verde? Te pomeneshti ca o vezi la TV in Suedia?

V-atzi gasit totzi Pastirnacii de peste balta expertzi in politica americana!
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> La 2008-05-22 01:51:21, california a scris:
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