It's only natural if one works in another country that political propaganda would become home decor. Everybody knows that those who have worked in Germany will most definitely display Nazi memorabilia.....not!!
Sloppy, yes; malicious, no. On the otherhand, what Glenn Beck did today was outright malicious in both his intent and delivery. Mr. Beck should have kept to the high road in honoring Chris Kyle rather than attacking Ron Paul. Shameful Glenn, an apology is due.
I would say both Beck and Paul are wrong on how they went about addressing this. Paul's statement was obviously sloppy, I don't think he REALLY believes it. On the other hand, Beck shouldn't have been as extreme to condemn it. Just say it was sloppy, maybe throw in a few other things, and leave it at that. I don't think Paul's tweet was malicious and I don't think Glenn should have compared it to the WBC.
The thing is I keep hearing story after story of Paulers attacking other right side people because they are not RIGHT enough and frankly I'm sick of it. Romney was not my first choice but he was better than Obama. When you sacrafice the good for the sake of the pure you end up with evil and thus Obama second term. and yo you Paulers here sying RP was right SHAME ON YOU.
You attack "Paulers" because they attack people who are not "pure enough". Yet you give the Judas Goat Glenn Beck a pass when he attacks Paul because he's... a devoted Christian? A Constitutionalist? Preaches what he practices, and practices what he preaches?
I’m with you on that. Why give a platform to blasphemy?
December 14, 2012 at 6:46pm
I wonder how much long, needless court battles cost. Prosecutors seem to be all for racking up the taxpayer’s bill—just like any other Gov. agency. This one is going to cost tens of thousands of dollars for one portion: