Marxists And Communists Like To Project

Monday, February 28, 2005

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 6:32 PM


Marxists and communists along with their American brethren have a problem looking at anything that happens in any way other than the way they themselves would deal with the situation. Since they don't understand freedom and America, they can't possibly understand that Bush did not fire Dan Rather.
That is the way I started my post over at Conservababes when talking about Pootie Poo and the following remark he made concerning Memogate after being confronted about freedom of the press.
"We didn't criticize you when you fired those reporters at CBS."
Nice try Pootie , but projecting your own failed ideology on the United States and President Bush won't win you this round. Sadly however this is quite typical for left wingers to do. They often accuse the opposition of doing what they themselves do.

To the left wing, silencing the press is simply something that they think they should have the right to do upon a whim. So when the people that own CBS axed some of those responsible for gross negligence it HAD to be the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy lead by Hilter himself, George W. Bush. It just HAD to be!

The fact that it wasn't is something that is often lost on those that still think that the Holocaust was an invention to get the U.S. to topple Hitler and that the Soviet Union was a utopian workers paradise where sugarplums danced and the rivers were milk chocolate and where there was never a mugging, murder, theft or other crime.

Fact is, that Pootie is out of his element as are most communists and Marxists when dealing with America. And they can't understand why they keep losing to such an inferior economic system.


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