Jun 02 2009

Leftwing Extremism Is No Better Than Rightwing Extremism

Published by at 1:12 pm under All General Discussions

Some denizens of the leftward fevered swamps are upset that I equated the mad murderer of Dr Tiller, who the pro-lifers call a ‘mass murderer’, to the liberal anti-war nuts who promote Bush and the US military as ‘mass murderer’. The same rhetoric which probably led to the assassination of a young 23 old private in Little Rock, AR yesterday.

Well, let’s set the abysmal left wing fringe record straight. Example 1, Example 2, Example 3, Example 4, Example 5.

And Example 6:

The latest front in the War on Terrorism was opened yesterday – by former Vice President Al Gore. At a critical juncture in the War on Terror, with the handover of sovereignty to the Iraqi Governing Council just weeks away, Gore appeared before the MoveOn.org, a radical group which had already compared Bush to Hitler. In a voice trembling with affected passion, Gore indicted the President for seeking world domination, referred to Abu Ghraib as Bush’s “gulag,” accused the President of “war crimes,” and intimated that he was a murderer. Gore also accused the war criminal of denying civil rights to terrorists and subverting American democracy, asserted there was no connection between the Saddam regime and terror, and declared for the third time this year the commander-in-chief had “betrayed” the American people.

I could go on and on, listing democrat leaders and their nut job followers. Don’t be confused. The fringes in this country (left and right) are un-American and dangerous. These are the same words echoed by the man who murdered Pvt William Long yesterday.

26 responses so far

26 Responses to “Leftwing Extremism Is No Better Than Rightwing Extremism”

  1. kathie says:

    Is Obama willing to sacrifice Israel to appease the Islamic world? I am worried that he might?

  2. jeffgus says:

    “Who annointed you the judge of who is entitled to worship in a Christian church?”
    It is not me, it is the Bible that outlines who can be part of a church community. If a person joins a church they are agreeing to the standards and traditions of that church. The Bible clearly outlines what is acceptable behavior for people that have joined a church and how to deal with people that fall outside of Christ-like living. The church has no authority over individuals that are not joined to a church — so you shouldn’t worry yourself over it.

    Yes, we are to forgive each other as we have been forgiven. But, if a person is behaving in a way that clearly demonstrates that they do not understand how much they have been forgiven by God, then their faith can be questions and they can be forced to leave the fellowship.

    You can find a clear outline on how to deal with this in the Bible. Although church discipline is less common these days, it is the right thing to do. In the case of Tiller, the church should have dealt with him.

    “Didn’t Jesus preach against all forms of killing, including war and killing people in the name of war?”
    Jesus wasn’t talking about killing, He was talking about murder. Furthermore he said that you don’t actually have to physically murder someone to be found guilty in God’s eyes — if you hate someone you are a murderer. Racism is murder of the heart. Flipping someone off is murder of the heart. God deals not just with what we do, but our hearts. Coveting and lust is just as much a sin as murder. We have all done these things. We are all guilty.

    “What about other sinners that regularly attend church?”
    Ummm. All churches are filled with sinners! The difference is those people *know* they are dirty, filthy, depraved sinners. The key is the *attitude* toward sin. Is it something we fight against or is it something we take joy in?

    “How do you know that God views abortion doctors as muderers?”
    What form of justice is abortion? We know that we all reproduce after our own kind. We are humans, the baby in the womb cannot be anything other than human. We may give names for the stages of human development (fetus, infant, child, elderly), but we all always human. When one human terminates the life of another human for without due process it is murder. If you the child or mother dies is the process of saving one or both, we should grieve over that death. It is a terrible thing. We live in a fallen world.

    War can be just or unjust. War can be used to bring justice on another nation or it could simply be used for political purposes. Christians should always carefully consider the situation.

  3. Frogg says:

    June 2, 2009, 7:39 pm

    Obama Says U.S. Could Be Seen as a Muslim Country, Too

    By Jeff Zeleny


    In an interview with Laura Haim on Canal Plus, a French television station, Mr. Obama noted that the United States also could be considered as “one of the largest Muslim countries in the world.” He sought to downplay the expectations of the speech, but he said he hoped the address would raise awareness about Muslims.


  4. Terrye says:


    I am not judging anyone and I am not saying anyone can or can not worship in a church, I am just pointing out that if you are an unrepentant child molester or something chances are the Church itself will have a problem with you being there.

    Just ask the Pope.

  5. Terrye says:

    I wonder what conman thinks of Obama’s talk of preventive detentions. Maybe he thinks it is okay if Obama locks up people with bad ideas.

    The truth is Obama does things every day that the liberals would have a fit to see Bush do. They are hypocrites.

    As for the US being a Muslim country, Obama is wrong again. We are like #38 or something.

    All of a sudden we are seeing headlines about Obama’s Muslim roots on Drudge. Needless to say by the time the next election comes around we will no longer be allowed to talk about Obama’s middle name or his roots again. Self serving hypocrite.

  6. AJStrata says:


    Let me ask you something seriously. Could America be seen as a Muslim friendly country?

    Is this just another case of his awkward style which somehow works with people?

    Look, with Coulter and her ‘towel head’ comment at CPAC, Buchannan and other nativists ranting about foreigners and the UAE port deal, with all the suspicion of Muslims no one can claim there has not been bad blood between America and Muslims.

    It is to our credit it never got beyond a few loud mouth jerks and turned into something more.

    But Obama can go to the middle east touting his Muslim roots and say ‘look, how can America be so evil if it elected a leader from a Muslim family?”