DING DING DING DING. Tifosi gets the prize.
It has more to do with your prediction: ”What's coming now is the attempt by the left in this country to raise Obama to Mandela's level." than your 12:29 post.
Stay with me here if you can. Contrariwise(key word); the right has been attempting for years to raise Ronald Reagan to Mt. Rushmore status.
Nowhere did I say, Reagan compared himself to Washington, or Lincoln, or anyone else.
Get it yet?
"It's a myth that we're "hated' around the world." Oh really?
Walk around Fallujah, Kabul or any number of cities and countries we have 'brought democracy' to with a Dick Cheney T-shirt.
Your avatar is offensive (the cross as the shadow of the flag!!) for starters.
”What's coming now is the attempt by the left in this country to raise Obama to Mandela's level. That, of course, is ludicrous, but it will happen.”
No, the ‘left’ isn’t attempting that (which I agree would be absolutely ludicrous) and no, it won’t happen.
Contrariwise; the right has been attempting for years to raise Ronald Reagan to Mt. Rushmore status, which is equally as ludicrous. Don’t ya think?
”Obama's name should not be mentioned in the same sentence with Mandela.”
Nor should yours with anything resembling objectivity or reasoned debate.
Wahh- I want a cartoon about Obama!
PlainTruth, get your sandwich board and go stand on the corner.
"Honk if Bennett's not being objective!"
"Obama's a socialist!"
There is no physical evidence, none, to support a real Jesus; no artifacts, buildings, works of his carpentry, nor anything at all written by him. All claims about the Jesus legend derive from writings of other people; therefore I think it fair to say it is all hearsay. Not a very good footing as proof positive.
Same with the New Testament. There is no original (s). What is relied on today comes from copies, and edited copies of copies, and of questionable originals (as it appears it have), then there is a very good possibility an original never existed - or was ever supposed to exist.
What have liberals done that is soooo offensive to Republicans?
They initiated and passed:
FOOD SAFETY LAWS
WORKPLACE SAFETY LAWS
THE TVA PROJECTS
WOMEN'S RIGHT TO VOTE
UNIVERSAL PUBLIC EDUCATION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
PRODUCT LABELING/TRUTH IN ADVERTISING LAWS
MORRILL LAND GRANT ACT
BANK DEPOSIT INSURANCE
EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT
FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
And what did conservatives do? Nothing. Except oppose each and every one of these.
When you're done with the dishes PlainTruth, iron my shirts.
A Republican Thanksgiving:
They celebrate the old fashioned way. They invite everyone over to their house for a huge feast and then steal their wallets, take their homes and get the right wing noise media to blame the victims. ~paraphrasing John Stewart
Since your in the kitchen PlainTruth, wash the dishes.
A ‘COEXIST’ bumper sticker is a show of support for religious freedom, tolerance and understanding and to promote friendship, goodwill and mutual trust among them. Designed by Piotr Mlodozeniec
The letter "C," a crescent moon representing Islam is substituted.
The letter "O," the peace symbol or pagan/Wiccan pentacle is substituted.
The letter "E," a male/female symbol or a scientific equation is substituted.
The letter "X," the Star of David representing Judaism is substituted.
The letter "I," a pagan/Wiccan symbol is substituted.
The letter "S," a Chinese yin-yang symbol is substituted.
The letter "T," a cross representing Christianity is substituted.
Also used as an insulting, and childish metaphor for gay, liberal or socialist etc. by greedy, women-hating, violent, racist Retardicans (in PT’s case pygmy cockmonkies) because – well – It’s all they know.
Hey, he still believes the ‘T’ in Republican stands for ‘morality’.
'Health Care for America Now' "a far left wing Communist group"
Sweetie (or is it Mrs. Hannity), the above statement (contextually correct) shot the whole of your argumentative clap trap as.....BOGUS
"The insurance industry’s profits are included in their overhead cost numbers but even at that their overhead costs per person covered is much less that that of Medicare."