I suppose you don't have to believe me on this...
...but next time you are at one of your Tea Party rallies (if they still have such things) or if you are down at the southern border, find a member of the American National Socialist Party (they should not be hard to find at either of those places) and ask them if they are a Socialist...
National Socialist German Workers Party. The Naasy flag was the color RED. The color of socialism. The Soviet flag was RED the color of socialism. The term Far Right does not apply just like for Russia Far Left does not apply. These are political terms to classify people and governments as to their political beliefs.
 April 16, 2015 at 3:00pm
Depends on the situation, VoiceoftheLiberalSocialistMinority. If someone breaks into your house with a gun… Yyyyyyeah, you’re probably gonna need a gun to defend yourself. But, hey, you don’t wanna a gun, that’s your prerogative. Just don’t try to disarm others who want one.
You know, like the Nazis did to the Jews.
The very same Nazis who were Socialists.
The ideology of which you’re affiliated with.
 April 16, 2015 at 2:51pm
Uh, yes, Voice, they were. “Nazi” is short for “Nationalsozialistische”, which mean “National Socialist.” I know you don’t like knowing that you’re apart of the same ideology that the Nazis were, but facts are facts.
Also, it doesn’t matter how they started out. The fact of the matter is, the “German thugs” had government authority to round all those Jews up and send them to Concentration Camps; you know, the ones where millions of them would die in. And like a typical Socialist (which the Nazis were), you want Republicans/Conservatives/Libertarians here in the U.S. to be stripped of their rights, so the government can have them.
Much like the Nazis did.
 April 16, 2015 at 2:22pm
Indeed they were, Voice. Thing is, however, those “Germans thugs” using those guns were government employees; they weren’t regular citizens. And yet, despite that, you’d want nothing more than for our government to disarm regular citizens, while THEY get to keep THEIR guns. But then again, you’re just a troll whose posts are simply meant to be inflammatory. I doubt even YOU believe the crap you spew.
Also, fun fact: The Nazi’s who killed all those Jews were Socialists.
The German thugs did not start out empowered by the government...they used intimidation and violence (often gun violence) to gain power within the government...
...and, no, the Nazis were not Socialists...they killed Socialists...
LIbtardSoCal - that's like saying ISIS isn't Mulsim because they kill Muslims.
I don't recall saying anything about ISIS....
NAZI's and commies were partners in crime until Hitler double crossed Stalin.
Uh, yes, Voice, they were. "Nazi" is short for "Nationalsozialistische", which mean "National Socialist." I know you don't like knowing that you're apart of the same ideology that the Nazis were, but facts are facts.
Also, it doesn't matter how they started out. The fact of the matter is, the "German thugs" had government authority to round all those Jews up and send them to Concentration Camps; you know, the ones where millions of them would die in. And like a typical Socialist (which the Nazis were), you want Republicans/Conservatives/Libertarians here in the U.S. to be stripped of their rights, so the government can have them.
Much like the Nazis did.
The Nazis killed the communists. The nazis were facists and socialists. Nazi is a contraction for national socialist.
While the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany had a non-aggression pact, they were hardly "partners."
One of the organizations that the NAZI party grew out of was the Frei Corps...which was an anti-Marxist, anti-communist watchdog organization that used violence and intimidation to limit left leaning movements especially in the southern portions of the country...
Wait a minute...what!?
First of all, National Socialism is not "Socialism." It is a far right wing concept that used ultra-nationalism, patriotism and jingoism to bring various right wing political parties under its wing. Of the 64 distinct political parties in the latter years of the Weimar Republic, six of the most right wing of those parties joined in a colalition to form the NAZI party. To them, "Marxism fed the bellies of Germans, but National Socialism would fed their souls."
However, on top of that...what "rights" are being denied you by anyone on the left here in the United States?
You are sofa king weed todd did
Say it ten times fast - I know you can do it!
LibSocPuppet, LOL, and I call SimpleTruffs a Simp. Well, I guess that simpleton really does not begin to describe you. From the sounds of it you should sue the schools that taught you such drivel. In fact, all the way back to kindergarten. Do some real research for yourself about the rise of Hitler and the Nazi party in Germany, then compare it to the rise of the Communists in Russia. Just because their forms of government were similar certainly did not stop Hitler from wanting to dominate the area. Funny how they were allied prior to the 'purge.' One thing that you can easily look up are the propaganda posters that both nations used internally to help influence their own people. If you really pay attention even you might begin to notice said virtually the same things. Even the graphics looked similar. You really have no grasp of how the real world works.
I always love it when a know-nothing acts with such undeserved arrogance...it's one of the funniest sights one can find.
Let me ask you....from where did you get your degree in History? What are your histographical positions and what are your research methods in order to gain such a "great" understanding about history?
Historically, the Nazis evolved from a background of Communist / anarchist mayhem . Part of the reason the Germans liked the Nazis was because they controlled the over-reaches and chaos of the Communist / anarchist mobs - Like the ones the International Left ( OWS , etc ) has released - in intermittent waves - around the globe / in our Democrat controlled cities.
LibSocPuppet, What are your credentials in the field of history then? You’ve spouted nothing but pseudo BS so far that illustrate a clear lack of understanding of your very own history. But hey, when you can't make your argument any more clean than mud, attack your opponent, right?
I have three degrees in American History (BA, MA and PhD). I did my undergraduate work at one of the largest research universities in the country and my graduate work at an Ivy League school. I graduated from each of these programs with the highest honors one can receive...for the last decade and a half, I've taught American History on a university level and have been published three times (while working on a book).
My CV says that I know what I am talking about (although because of privacy I am not being more specific)....
LibSocPuppet, Then color me impressed. From what I have read of your comments, I am not certain that I can totally believe you, but will give you the benefit of the doubt for now at least. Nonetheless, I still disagree with your assessments, and that will never change. Naturally, I don’t expect you to ever change either and I in no way mean that to be an insult. Your comments do remind me of those made by a U.S. History professor whose class I had to take back in the early '90s while studying Constitutional Law. Thought that she was well indoctrinated too.
Libby, you often remind me of a criminal psychology professor I had the displeasure of being forced to take her class as well. MKFlyboy will know what I am talking about here, but the absolute most dumbass person I ever met and who also almost got me killed was the most educated person that I ever met. Remember, Einstein could not tie his shoes, but could look at the face of pocket watch and explain in detail it's inner workings. Still, not trying to insult you, and I do admire your tenacity to educate yourself. I have a well rounded distrust of modern academia these days. My son who is working on his second degree in electrical engineering is simply blown away by the absolute nonsense with his peripherally required courses. Especially, since they most often deal with nothing pertaining to the course title. Fortunately, his core classes have to stick with technical issues. I feel sorry for your students though.
Degrees in American history do not equate to WORLD history. Funny about your degrees since liberals like you want to rewrite history, including (apparently) world history.
 April 7, 2015 at 1:53pm
That’s what kinda confused me too. Was she forced to boycott Indiana, or something? She was the one who organized the event, so it seems to me she had the power to choose whether to go or not, which would mean this is an Anti-RFRA article. But she uses the term “opposition” in 3rd-person, like she wasn’t part of the aforementioned group. And if this is a Anti-RFRA article, why is it on TheBlaze instead of Huffington or other Left-leaning websites? I was under the impression that the writers on this website were Pro-Constitution (1st Amendment in this case). And that’s what the bill was supposed to advocate for, right? The right to practice one’s religion without Government interference?
 April 7, 2015 at 1:36pm
Okay, I’m kinda confused. Did she choose to boycott Indiana, or was she forced to because of higher management (or something) who disagreed with the RFRA bill and decided to boycott Indiana? Because the article makes it sound like she had no say in it, yet she was the one who organized the event. However, if she did decide to boycott the state because of the bill, and is now reaping the consequences, then I can’t say I have any pity for her.
Her event is still going on... she's just crying because noone booked the rooms in the most expensive hotel in town where the rooms were $179 per night. Her event was a week away... she now wants her money back even though the event is still going on. She made a gamble... instead of paying for the standard room rate, she reserved half the hotel to get a rate of a couple grand for the ballroom, thinking everyone would stay there. She made a gamble, she lost. Not the fault of anyone but herself.
 April 4, 2015 at 3:30am
Next time, she should see how many Barbara Walters’s interview tapes it’ll take to stop a .22.
 April 3, 2015 at 5:47pm
Actually, I take that back.
A more appropriate response would be: Better than Organization for Action Remedial School, WangDangDoodleSensei.
You know, because you trolls are stupid. Especially CannedMeat. And Chuckles. And RedstarSocialist. And idiotsforidiocracy. And Bernie. I don’t think you guys ever finished middle school, did you. Or the 5th grade.
April 3, 2015 at 5:27pm
“As for you Dethkok, I’ve looked at your other comments and well, I’m afraid you don’t quite reach the thresh hold of “worth my time.” Just a tad too devolved. Carry on, though.”
And yet, you still responded to me, WangDangDoodleSensei. Didn’t you say Avengerk wasn’t “worth [your] time” as well, WangDangDoodleSensei? And didn’t you STILL keep responding to him, despite him not being “worth [your] time”, WangDangDoodleSensei?
 April 3, 2015 at 5:02pm
Has anyone ever told you your English sucks?
Is it even your first language?
And I’m being somewhat serious. It’s awful. Like “peeling onions in front of my eyes” awful.
Makes you look pretty stupid, WangDangDoodleSensei.
 April 3, 2015 at 4:37pm
Better than Organization for Action High School, WangDangDoodleSensei.
 April 3, 2015 at 4:31pm
That you, WangDangDoodleSensei?
 April 3, 2015 at 11:50am
Exactly! Even the Judge seems to believe that twisted logic.
“But St. Joseph Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Hurley chastised the woman for not seeking a legal abortion and decried her ‘treatment of the child literally as a piece of trash,’ the Associated Press reported.”
Isn’t that how babies are usually thought and treated as when the mother gets an abortion? As a “piece of trash”?
April 2, 2015 at 11:44pm
Actually, zappatrolls, isn’t it discriminate against nudists?
 April 2, 2015 at 7:34pm
Seriously? Was my previous post so “spooky”, that you had it removed, Parrot?
 April 2, 2015 at 7:27pm
That doesn’t make any sense. To get into office, won’t those “evangelicals” have needed a majority vote? I don’t think they just waltzed into the Senator’s office, and- *POOF*- magically got the position. No, Mike Pence just needed a backbone, which, unfortunately, seems to be in short supply when it comes to the Republicans.