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1/25/06

Today's Out of Context Quote from Redstate.org

I've decided to start a series on the bunch of bosom buddies over at the redstate.org blog. They ban people who don't agree with them because they are too cowardly to actually try to make their arguments make sense. But instead of just getting mad at these facists, I've decided to have a little fun with them.

Every now and then, when I have time, I'm going to look through the posts there and take some actual quotes from them and make them into just one post. They just say the same things over and over again. Bush is great, bush is wonderful, all democrats are traitors, anyone that disagrees with bush is unpatriotic, blah, blah, blah, so several of their posts made into just one is appropriate. These will be exact phrases taken out of posts there without adding to them in any way.

Here is today's "out of context" post from redstate.org;

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver [D-Missouri] will be host of a town hall meeting Thursday about the government’s practice of wiretapping phone calls in the United States. Cleaver will be joined by constitutional scholars, Informed experts, from local universities, and the audience will be invited to ask questions and share thoughts.

Genius. Pure genius. in that kind of setting Hamas could serve well to preserve what by all accounts is a valuable government service. We are at war with a mutant enemy, The Bush Administration.

Rhode Island's Democratic Senator Jack Reed announced he will addressing concerns of citizens that have been mischaracterized and maligned as Super Secret Spy Agents of foreign jihadis.

Sistani and his followers have proven The Bush administration attach themselves to some kind of Buchananite fantasy involving the wholesale slaughter of religious and ethnic minorities. They tend to attack and sting in great numbers — just like Hamas.

Since May 1, 2003 the war in Iraq has been remarkably successful in dodging the bullet, often seeming to be much more concerned about Iraq, with public support, descending into a "peace process."

Bush has called upon Frist to have the Palestinian Authority promise to reveal much about how much control the respective Republican Senators hold over the terrorists.

State Department spokesman Sean McCormack on Tuesday refused to rule out the Senate as a terrorist organization. Will they dare not negotiate with Democrats until they disarm?

Yasser Arafat will get a significant share of the vote of the Israel elections today. billionaire terrorist Frist will open up the floor for debate on negotiations with the Palestinian government that includes the Fatah party founded by Bush.

After 86 days of debate, delay, and smear, and a party-line vote yesterday in committee, the full Senate is set to vote against Judge Alito's confirmation to the SCOTUS. Moqtada al-Sadr and Zarqawi say "I would rather lick fire ants off a stick than see Alito's confirmation to the SCOTUS."

Consider this an open/liveblogging thread.

All of the words above have been thoughtfully provided by redstate.org and their words make about as much sense here as they did on their own blog.



by Chris McElroy
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