Holden wasn’t wrong when he predicted Bush’s appearance rededicating the Islamic Center of Washington would break Freepers’ hearts. It’s 59 posts of betrayal, splooge, whining, empty threats to leave the party, not to mention some of the most hilariously transliterated Arabic I’ve ever seen:
President Bush helps Islam take a giant step towards its goal of a North American Caliphate, the establishment of Shariah law, and the enslavement of the Dhimmi.
Dear George, you have let me and my fellow countrymen down. BIGTIME! I’m ashamed to having supported you through 2 elections. The comfort I once had when I disagreed with your stance of having been a better alternative than Al Gore or John F’n Kerry is no longer a consolation.
Your failure to call a spade a spade empties your rhetoric.
Bush is just being what he is…an evangelical patrician elitist who sticks to a few guns but succumbs to political correctness on anything about any “minority” because to him it’s good works
i know a lot of soft on hard issues Christians like him
The size of a lie is a definite factor in causing it to be believed, for the vast masses of a nation are in the depths of their hearts more easily deceived than consciously and intentionally bad. The primitive simplicity of their minds renders them a more easy prey to a big lie than a small one, for they themselves often tell little lies but would be ashamed to tell big ones.
As Hitler explained in Mein Kampf
I realized not too long ago that the problem with George Bush is he actually believes his own rhetoric.
Then there’s the charmer who I’m sure, if asked, would tell me that by saying “the only good Muslim is an ex-Muslim” was actually advocating conversion. Of course.