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2013-05-15 05:07:15 PM  

Cletus C.: sn't that the guy who faked his academic credentials, as well as his, uh, cultural background?


That's the one. Plus I think he had a ponytail and plagerized stuff and copied other people's paintings.

But According to Fark Rules TM none of that matters if someone can prove that someone unrelated who has a different political viewpoint is also a bad person. For instance, criticisms of Ward Churchill are invalid, becasue Anne Coultier is a douchebag biatch.

Personally, I don't see why we can't all agree that both Ward Churchill AND Anne Coultier are not worth the time it would take to kick them in the junk?
 
2013-05-15 05:09:06 PM  

gimmegimme: A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: You may not have noticed, but the left lionizes persons of questionable character quite a lot. Or perhaps you haven't noticed any Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'..?

Well, if you're going to come down on people for standing behind iconography of violent radicals you should probably start with the rightists constantly cosplaying as George Washington et al...

[thinkprogress.org image 360x270]
[media.cleveland.com image 432x324]


Seriously, someone should slap the shiat out of those people. And that sign needs to burn to the ground.

Yeah, I went there.
 
2013-05-15 05:09:12 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Cletus C.: sn't that the guy who faked his academic credentials, as well as his, uh, cultural background?

That's the one. Plus I think he had a ponytail and plagerized stuff and copied other people's paintings.

But According to Fark Rules TM none of that matters if someone can prove that someone unrelated who has a different political viewpoint is also a bad person. For instance, criticisms of Ward Churchill are invalid, becasue Anne Coultier is a douchebag biatch.

Personally, I don't see why we can't all agree that both Ward Churchill AND Anne Coultier are not worth the time it would take to kick them in the junk?


Sigh...I'll try to explain it.  When a left-wing person is crazypants, they are marginalized and don't find important positions of power.  When a right-winger is crazypants, they write for Town Hall, who buys tons of their books and go on talk shows as a conservative commentator.
 
2013-05-15 05:10:21 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Well, if you're going to come down on people for standing behind iconography of violent radicals you should probably start with the rightists constantly cosplaying as George Washington et al...


A) I'm not doing that. I was pointing out that "the left" does not reliably distance themselves from their own unsavories either.
B) Do you really see Che Gueverra and George Washington as being comparable in terms of morals and actions?
 
2013-05-15 05:11:06 PM  

whidbey: gimmegimme: A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: You may not have noticed, but the left lionizes persons of questionable character quite a lot. Or perhaps you haven't noticed any Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'..?

Well, if you're going to come down on people for standing behind iconography of violent radicals you should probably start with the rightists constantly cosplaying as George Washington et al...

[thinkprogress.org image 360x270]
[media.cleveland.com image 432x324]

Seriously, someone should slap the shiat out of those people. And that sign needs to burn to the ground.

Yeah, I went there.


Well, as Bojangles would say, they're just as bad as the folks who camp out in front of banks in order to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure with our system.
 
2013-05-15 05:12:14 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: B) Do you really see Che Gueverra and George Washington as being comparable in terms of morals and actions?


That were both revolutionaries.

/just sayin'
//there is some validity to what he's saying
///however Che was much more violent to his own people
 
2013-05-15 05:12:50 PM  

gimmegimme: whidbey: gimmegimme: A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: You may not have noticed, but the left lionizes persons of questionable character quite a lot. Or perhaps you haven't noticed any Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'..?

Well, if you're going to come down on people for standing behind iconography of violent radicals you should probably start with the rightists constantly cosplaying as George Washington et al...

[thinkprogress.org image 360x270]
[media.cleveland.com image 432x324]

Seriously, someone should slap the shiat out of those people. And that sign needs to burn to the ground.

Yeah, I went there.

Well, as Bojangles would say, they're just as bad as the folks who camp out in front of banks in order to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure with our system.


Talking about Bojangles makes me hungry for chicken.
 
2013-05-15 05:13:44 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: You may not have noticed, but the left lionizes persons of questionable character quite a lot. Or perhaps you haven't noticed any Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'..?

Well, if you're going to come down on people for standing behind iconography of violent radicals you should probably start with the rightists constantly cosplaying as George Washington et al...


They didn't call Geo Washington Town Destroyer for nothing.

I really wonder how many innocent people he caused to die.
 
2013-05-15 05:14:24 PM  

gimmegimme: When a left-wing person is crazypants, they are marginalized and don't find important positions of power. When a right-winger is crazypants, they write for Town Hall, who buys tons of their books and go on talk shows as a conservative commentator.


So Micheal Moore and Naom Chomsky? Are you at all familiar with Sheila Jackson Lee? Am I allowed to say Soros without everyone erupting into flames?

We can go back and forth ad infinitumn on this, but we don't really disagree. As I just said ... 'bbbut the other guys!' Is kinda weak. The prescence of a different, worse, group does not change any charicteristic of the first group. I'm not going to debate the merits of the radical right and the teabaggers, because by and large, I am not a fan.

I think what you are trying to say is that the right-wing derper paid provacatuers are much more skilled at monetizing their derp.
 
2013-05-15 05:16:41 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: gimmegimme: When a left-wing person is crazypants, they are marginalized and don't find important positions of power. When a right-winger is crazypants, they write for Town Hall, who buys tons of their books and go on talk shows as a conservative commentator.

So Micheal Moore and Naom Chomsky? Are you at all familiar with Sheila Jackson Lee? Am I allowed to say Soros without everyone erupting into flames?

We can go back and forth ad infinitumn on this, but we don't really disagree. As I just said ... 'bbbut the other guys!' Is kinda weak. The prescence of a different, worse, group does not change any charicteristic of the first group. I'm not going to debate the merits of the radical right and the teabaggers, because by and large, I am not a fan.

I think what you are trying to say is that the right-wing derper paid provacatuers are much more skilled at monetizing their derp.


If you think Michael Moore is anything like Ann Coulter or Greg Gutfeld, then there's really nothing that can be done for you.
 
2013-05-15 05:17:16 PM  

gimmegimme: Well, as Bojangles would say, they're just as bad as the folks who camp out in front of banks in order to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure with our system.


Yeah but HURRR
OWS raeped and murderered people DURR.
 
2013-05-15 05:19:34 PM  

Mrtraveler01: That were both revolutionaries.


They both also had penises and two eyes, and are both known gunowners. Obvisouly, one can make a comparison. I'm asking if he considers them to be morally equivelant.

gimmegimme: Well, as Bojangles would say, they're just as bad as the folks who camp out in front of banks in order to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure with our system.


No. I did not say that, and would not. You keep demonstrating that you can't read what I post. You keep missing the fact that I have no love for the radical right-wing derpfest. Presumably because it conflicts with your binary politico worldview.
 
2013-05-15 05:20:28 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Cletus C.: sn't that the guy who faked his academic credentials, as well as his, uh, cultural background?

That's the one. Plus I think he had a ponytail and plagerized stuff and copied other people's paintings.

But According to Fark Rules TM none of that matters if someone can prove that someone unrelated who has a different political viewpoint is also a bad person. For instance, criticisms of Ward Churchill are invalid, becasue Anne Coultier is a douchebag biatch.

Personally, I don't see why we can't all agree that both Ward Churchill AND Anne Coultier are not worth the time it would take to kick them in the junk?


I always suspected Ann Coulter had junk. I mean look at that adam's apple. But her derpy political shiat aside, she's pretty hot for a dude.
 
2013-05-15 05:22:51 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Mrtraveler01: That were both revolutionaries.

They both also had penises and two eyes, and are both known gunowners. Obvisouly, one can make a comparison. I'm asking if he considers them to be morally equivelant.

gimmegimme: Well, as Bojangles would say, they're just as bad as the folks who camp out in front of banks in order to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure with our system.

No. I did not say that, and would not. You keep demonstrating that you can't read what I post. You keep missing the fact that I have no love for the radical right-wing derpfest. Presumably because it conflicts with your binary politico worldview.


Come on, man.  It's crazy to compare Michael Moore to Ann Coulter.  Yes, they have points of view.  One of them makes films and writes books about what is wrong with society and needs to change.  He supports it with fact and uses emotion only when it's necessary. (Dying kids, etc.)   The other is a lunatic who deliberately lobs rhetorical bombs to screw with people.  No fact.  No reason.
 
2013-05-15 05:24:14 PM  

gimmegimme: If you think Michael Moore is anything like Ann Coulter or Greg Gutfeld,


I don't even know who Greg Gutfield is. I doubt I would even care. I make it a point to avoid wasting time on people who make their living by being provocative and politicaly devisive. I will have nothing to do with right-wing radio, Fox News, MSNBC talk shows, etc.  (Although I have to admit I have been a big fan of Amy Goodman'e Democracy Now).

And yes, I include Micheal Moore in that category.  I can't imagine that that is a debatable point at this stage. Maybe back in the Mike and Me days, but he's just not that guy anymore.
 
2013-05-15 05:25:42 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: gimmegimme: If you think Michael Moore is anything like Ann Coulter or Greg Gutfeld,

I don't even know who Greg Gutfield is. I doubt I would even care. I make it a point to avoid wasting time on people who make their living by being provocative and politicaly devisive. I will have nothing to do with right-wing radio, Fox News, MSNBC talk shows, etc.  (Although I have to admit I have been a big fan of Amy Goodman'e Democracy Now).

And yes, I include Micheal Moore in that category.  I can't imagine that that is a debatable point at this stage. Maybe back in the Mike and Me days, but he's just not that guy anymore.


Well, I must respectfully point out that you have abandoned reason.  You don't even like the Founding Fathers.
 
2013-05-15 05:28:42 PM  

gimmegimme: It's crazy to compare Michael Moore to Ann Coulter.


And yes, I include Micheal Moore in that category. I can't imagine that that is a debatable point at this stage. Maybe back in the Mike and Me days, but he's just not that guy anymore. He makes his money by being politically provocative and divisive.

I have actually watched a number of his movies, was a fan of his original TV show, and have read and still own three of his books. I have never read anything Coultier has published, nor watched her in anything beyond a soundbite clip on Colbert and the like, but I'm willing to just skip her entirely becasue it's abundantly clear what she is.

But yeah, Moore is part of the paid political provacatuer set.
 
2013-05-15 05:29:42 PM  

Mrtraveler01: BojanglesPaladin: B) Do you really see Che Gueverra and George Washington as being comparable in terms of morals and actions?

That were both revolutionaries.

/just sayin'
//there is some validity to what he's saying
///however Che was much more violent to his own people


I think El Che and The American Cincinnatus are both revolutionary icons for legitimate reasons and both had a ton of blood on their hands. In general, however, no one who venerates Washington is castigated for "supporting violent rebels" even though he was, in fact, a war leader and the Continental Army racked up quite the body count. Morally equivalent? Maybe. Certainly, the circumstances of the Cuban revolution were much more dire than those of the American revolution; Batista's troops and secret police were engaging in mass murder of Communists and other dissidents. The Patriots were never put in any position as catastrophic and it's hard to argue, given how wretched things were in the Southern theater of the Revolutionary War, that the Continental Army would have been able to somehow rise above circumstances like the ones the Cuban revolutionaries faced.
 
2013-05-15 05:30:06 PM  

gimmegimme: You don't even like the Founding Fathers.


I have no idea what you mean there.
 
2013-05-15 05:30:29 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: gimmegimme: It's crazy to compare Michael Moore to Ann Coulter.

And yes, I include Micheal Moore in that category. I can't imagine that that is a debatable point at this stage. Maybe back in the Mike and Me days, but he's just not that guy anymore. He makes his money by being politically provocative and divisive.

I have actually watched a number of his movies, was a fan of his original TV show, and have read and still own three of his books. I have never read anything Coultier has published, nor watched her in anything beyond a soundbite clip on Colbert and the like, but I'm willing to just skip her entirely becasue it's abundantly clear what she is.

But yeah, Moore is part of the paid political provacatuer set.


Just out of curiosity, what SHOULD people do when they are concerned about others?  They can't make movies, write books, go on TV or publish articles.  Or have a web site.  What IS the acceptable method of political action?
 
2013-05-15 05:32:14 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: gimmegimme: You don't even like the Founding Fathers.

I have no idea what you mean there.


You criticized Michael Moore and Ann Coulter for "make their living by being provocative and politicaly devisive."  Can you really say that Jefferson, Washington, Madison and all the others don't fall into that category?
 
2013-05-15 05:32:34 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Morally equivalent? Maybe.


Maybe?. Seriously. I'm asking if you genuinely, earnestly, legitimately and truthfully see George Washington and Che Gueverra as equivelant men in terms of morals and actions. Honest answer please.
 
2013-05-15 05:34:39 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: A Dark Evil Omen: Morally equivalent? Maybe.

Maybe?. Seriously. I'm asking if you genuinely, earnestly, legitimately and truthfully see George Washington and Che Gueverra as equivelant men in terms of morals and actions. Honest answer please.


Like I said, maybe. It's hard to compare the situations. "Honestly" I lean toward yes.
 
2013-05-15 05:35:08 PM  

gimmegimme: Just out of curiosity, what SHOULD people do when they are concerned about others? They can't make movies, write books, go on TV or publish articles. Or have a web site. What IS the acceptable method of political action?


Who said they can't do those things? Those are perfectly legitimate things to do.

The propblem with Maddow, Coultier, Beck and Moore and the rest is not that they put out books or have TV shows.

gimmegimme: You criticized Michael Moore and Ann Coulter for "make their living by being provocative and politicaly devisive." Can you really say that Jefferson, Washington, Madison and all the others don't fall into that category?


No they don't. I'm sure you can figure out the difference.
 
2013-05-15 05:36:03 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Like I said, maybe. It's hard to compare the situations. "Honestly" I lean toward yes.


And you are familiar with Che Gueverra's biography? Both before, during and after the revolution?
 
2013-05-15 05:37:55 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: gimmegimme: Just out of curiosity, what SHOULD people do when they are concerned about others? They can't make movies, write books, go on TV or publish articles. Or have a web site. What IS the acceptable method of political action?

Who said they can't do those things? Those are perfectly legitimate things to do.

The propblem with Maddow, Coultier, Beck and Moore and the rest is not that they put out books or have TV shows.

gimmegimme: You criticized Michael Moore and Ann Coulter for "make their living by being provocative and politicaly devisive." Can you really say that Jefferson, Washington, Madison and all the others don't fall into that category?

No they don't. I'm sure you can figure out the difference.


You must be deliberately obtuse or trolling if you think that Coulter and Beck are in the same real world as you and me and Maddow and Moore.
 
2013-05-15 05:38:50 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: A Dark Evil Omen: Like I said, maybe. It's hard to compare the situations. "Honestly" I lean toward yes.

And you are familiar with Che Gueverra's biography? Both before, during and after the revolution?


Yes, actually. What of it?
 
2013-05-15 05:40:45 PM  

GameSprocket: Still trying to get my tax-free status for "Citizens for Circumnavigating Election Laws".


Tea Party Patriots for circumnavigating the flat earth.
 
2013-05-15 05:43:16 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Yes, actually. What of it?


OK. That saddens me then. But fair enough. What fun would it be if everyone had the same opinions.

gimmegimme: You must be deliberately obtuse or trolling if you think that Coulter and Beck are in the same real world as you and me and Maddow and Moore.


I think that all four of them have figured out how to make a living by demonizing "the other guys" in a political platform and that some or all of them lack any actual core convictions. Clearly you believe some of them. We differ on that count.
 
2013-05-15 05:46:25 PM  
Bill O'Reilly On ABC News Today

1. The White House IRS Story Is Hollow

Note: White House Is Not Allowed Nor Authorized To Talk To IRS

2. The Associated Press Hysteria

Note:The Justice Department..Went Through [Legal] Warrant Process

3. Benghazi Hysteria

Note: This Benghazi Rolling Stone Will Gather No Moss..

Because It Intertwines & Interconnects Leon Panetta & David Patraeus

/so much for the "scandals"
 
2013-05-15 05:47:58 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: A Dark Evil Omen: Yes, actually. What of it?

OK. That saddens me then. But fair enough. What fun would it be if everyone had the same opinions.

gimmegimme: You must be deliberately obtuse or trolling if you think that Coulter and Beck are in the same real world as you and me and Maddow and Moore.

I think that all four of them have figured out how to make a living by demonizing "the other guys" in a political platform and that some or all of them lack any actual core convictions. Clearly you believe some of them. We differ on that count.


No, you're right.  Freedom is Slavery.  War is Peace.  Ignorance is Strength.  It's all equal, man.  We're all just here on this planet just doing our thing, man.
 
2013-05-15 05:50:07 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: OK. That saddens me then


Why does that sadden you?
 
2013-05-15 05:57:14 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: A Dark Evil Omen: Like I said, maybe. It's hard to compare the situations. "Honestly" I lean toward yes.

And you are familiar with Che Gueverra's biography? Both before, during and after the revolution?

Yes, actually. What of it?


The question is, is he familiar with Washington's?
 
2013-05-15 06:06:17 PM  

Anonymous Bosch: A Dark Evil Omen: BojanglesPaladin: A Dark Evil Omen: Like I said, maybe. It's hard to compare the situations. "Honestly" I lean toward yes.

And you are familiar with Che Gueverra's biography? Both before, during and after the revolution?

Yes, actually. What of it?

The question is, is he familiar with Washington's?


That one's easy.  He kissed Marthy goodbye and left Mount Vernon on a ship to London.  Once there, he debated with King George III until the monarch agreed that Britain should give up possession of the colonies.
 
2013-05-15 06:10:15 PM  

Anonymous Bosch: The question is, is he familiar with Washington's?


I am. Is there some particular aspect you want to point out?
 
2013-05-15 06:15:28 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'


Cute. You call them activists, a word only you used, but you put it in quotes to insinuate it's what I said so you can imply that I was making excuses for them - exactly the opposite of the actual point made.

Fark off you dishonest shiatheel.
 
2013-05-15 06:16:11 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Why does that sadden you?


Because while George Washington was certainly a human man and far from perfect, I think it is bordering on offensive to equate him in terms of morality and actions with Che Gueverra. Putting aside their respective ideologies, and even if we give credit that they were both passionate and brave advocates for their cause, willing to lay down their lives for what they believe in, there were clear and impprtant differences in the way they went about it and the lines they crossed.

It saddens me, because while I do not consider Che Gueverra to be some sort of hellish monster, and I do not consider Washington to have been a holy saint, I see a clear wide gulf between them in terms of their morality and actions. And it is somewhat sad that that difference is treated at inconsequential.
 
2013-05-15 06:18:51 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Mrtraveler01: Why does that sadden you?

Because while George Washington was certainly a human man and far from perfect, I think it is bordering on offensive to equate him in terms of morality and actions with Che Gueverra. Putting aside their respective ideologies, and even if we give credit that they were both passionate and brave advocates for their cause, willing to lay down their lives for what they believe in, there were clear and impprtant differences in the way they went about it and the lines they crossed.

It saddens me, because while I do not consider Che Gueverra to be some sort of hellish monster, and I do not consider Washington to have been a holy saint, I see a clear wide gulf between them in terms of their morality and actions. And it is somewhat sad that that difference is treated at inconsequential.


Which one had a higher death toll?
 
2013-05-15 06:23:41 PM  

skozlaw: BojanglesPaladin: Che Gueverra t-shirts on your property damage only 'activists'

Cute. You call them activists, a word only you used,


Well, you can call them terrosists if you like, but I think in a modern context that implies an intent to kill people, which many eco groups take pains to avoid (with some lamentable exceptions), so I don't think it is applicable, or at least not fully accurate.

You used the term "environmental radicals", but I prefer 'activists' becasue it does not confer the same level of extremism. But as I said, you can choose the term that works best for you. I cannot possibly be responsible for YOUR connotations, or your reactions to your own imagined iinferences.

Is that the main thing you object to? The use of the wiord 'activist' instead of 'radical'? Becasue based on your post, you do not seem to dispute anything else said.
 
2013-05-15 06:26:38 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Is that the main thing you object to?


I object to dishonest shiatheels like you insinuating things into comments just so you can try and pick the fight you want to have instead of participating in the discussion that's actually going on.
 
2013-05-15 06:27:21 PM  

gimmegimme: Which one had a higher death toll?


I supose that realy depends on what you are counting and how you are attributing. If you are counting the number of people killed by a firearm held by either of these men, then I'm fairly certain Che Gueverra has the higher body count.

But more importantly, that is not a useful metric in this instance. Do you consider Roosevelt to be an extremely immoral man? Or Lincoln?
 
2013-05-15 06:28:52 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: If you are counting the number of people killed by a firearm held by either of these men, then I'm fairly certain Che Gueverra has the higher body count.


Honest question: Do you consider that a strike against Guevarra?
 
2013-05-15 06:30:33 PM  

skozlaw: I object to dishonest shiatheels like you insinuating things into comments just so you can try and pick the fight you want to have instead of participating in the discussion that's actually going on.


Perhaps you should study the differences between implication and inference? I believe I clarified the choice of words. If that was too hard to grasp, I'm happy to try again. Also, what fight is it that you think I am choosing? After all, we are no longer discussing the IRS's treatment of liberal groups tax status, but I am engaging in a conversation with other Farkers.

And, you will notice, doing it civilly. Perhaps you could study that as well.
 
2013-05-15 06:30:51 PM  
Yep, this is starting to sound like something with substance.

However, it sounds like those "progressive" groups should have been given more scrutiny, rather than the "tea party"/"patriot" groups given less.
 
2013-05-15 06:32:16 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Perhaps you should study the differences between implication and inference?


Perhaps he might infer such need from what you imply?

BojanglesPaladin: And, you will notice, doing it civilly. Perhaps you could study that as well.


Would seem to be a bonus.
 
2013-05-15 06:32:55 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Honest question: Do you consider that a strike against Guevarra?


Not in and of itself, no. There are any number of reasons to kill a number of human beings in an armed conflict. And while one could certainly expect that a man who was an active participant in guerilla warfare would have killed more people directly than the general of a large army, it is the context and circumstances of many of Che's killings that create the moral gulf between these two men.
 
2013-05-15 06:33:15 PM  

skozlaw: BojanglesPaladin: Is that the main thing you object to?

I object to dishonest shiatheels like you insinuating things into comments just so you can try and pick the fight you want to have instead of participating in the discussion that's actually going on.


In an odd way, it all relates.  Righties want different rules and only cry for "equality" when it suits them.  They lost an election?  Fark you, I want my policies enacted.  My logic makes no sense and is clearly harmful?  Fark you, my voice must be heard even though I've made no sense.

These kinds of organizations are not allowed to be political?  Fark you, why are you examining my application?  Just because they're clearly out of the bounds of the rules.  Waaaaaaahhh...you tell everyone to be inclusive, but you won't include me, even though I'm breaking the rules...waaaaah...
 
2013-05-15 06:35:36 PM  
BojanglesPaladin: ...I am engaging in a conversation with other Farkers.

Feel free to continue without me.
 
2013-05-15 06:38:27 PM  

skozlaw: Feel free to continue without me.


I do. And in case you are new, I freely encourage anyone who does not wish to read my posts to ignore them, or put me on Ignore to avoid the possibility of accidentaly doing so if they offend you so.

Over the years, I have found this to be a mutually beneficial arrangement, and I encourage you to avail yourself of it with my blessings.

Take care.
 
2013-05-15 06:41:15 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: I'm not doing that. I was pointing out that "the left" does not reliably distance themselves from their own unsavories either.


There aren't any to distance ourselves from.

Dude, do you ever NOT play the "both sides do it" game? Is there ever a time you just recognize what farkups right-wingers are pretty much consistently throughout history for what it is?
 
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