Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Sick MFers: Happy Dead Ford Day

Sorry for the language, but one thing that really pisses me off is that the Left can claim to be beacons on tolerance and compassion and then they get away with saying sick things about Republicans, especially those who are ill, dying or dead. That brings us to this shining example of DUmmie compassion:

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:21 AM
Original message
Happy dead Ford day: nation mourns sad state of media
Good thing today was declared a holiday so the MSM could propagandize the hell out of a guy's death and use it to rewrite history. All it's doing is ramming home the idea of what sellout whores our big media outlets are. Say what you want to about Ford, pay your respects in your own way but, don't lie to me over and over and over again and expect me to believe it just because you repeat the lie a 1000 times.

proud2Blib (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:23 AM
Response to Original message
1. We do have reason to celebrate I guess
Happy Another Dead Republican Day!

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:32 AM
Response to Reply #4
6. Our nation is sick and I'm just pointing it out
This entire use of Ford's death to lie to the American people is what's really sick.

specimenfred1984 (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:40 AM
Response to Reply #11
18. I didn't declare it a holiday, get mad at who did
the repuke-in-chief.

I think it's sick, insanely sick which is why I pointed it out. Like I said, pay your respects in any way you want to but don't lie to me while you're doing it.

A man is dead and our pathetic media and "leader" is going to use it to lie to us -- THAT IS WHAT IS SICK.

chimpymustgo (1000+ posts) Tue Jan-02-07 11:30 AM
Response to Reply #18
43. I agree, specimen. And the propoganda ASSAULT, the LIES and rewriting of history

I call bullshit to the whole fucking death-o-rama.

T Wolf (824 posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:33 AM
Response to Reply #4
7. Love the repukes, do you?
Anyone who collaborates with them in any way is no better than the Vichy-French.

T Wolf (824 posts) Tue Jan-02-07 10:31 AM
Response to Original message
5. Any day a repuke dies (or is buried) is a good day to celebrate.
Though it's been hard, I managed to avoid the circle jerk of the media's ford-a-thon all weekend (including yesterday).

The high-point of the POS's life was the fame he got from Chevy Chase accurately aping his clumsiness.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

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