November 21, 2005

They're not evil -- they just have a different perspective...

Reader Harold send the link to this:

Four years after 9/11 and the "crazy zeitgeist" that permeated the United States, most Americans have still not learned to know their enemies instead of just hating them, U.S. political journalist Chris Matthews says...

Hey, it's possible to know someone AND hate them. We've learned a LOT about Islamofascist murderers. And it's not crazy to loathe killers who slaughter 3,000 people just to make a splash. Even the pacifists probably would have disapproved, in the old days before they sold out.

...In a speech to political science students at the University of Toronto yesterday, the host of the CNBC current affairs show Hardball had plenty of harsh words for U.S. President George W. Bush, as well as the political climate that has characterized his country for the past few years...

Pretty frustrating that people no longer take your liberal views for granted, for "mainstream."

"The period between 9/11 and Iraq was not a good time for America. There wasn't a robust discussion of what we were doing," Matthews said...

Bullshit. Utter crapola. There was furious political debate. And millions found your propensity for appeasement vile, and said so loud and clear. I guess in your lexicon "robust" means "dominated by liberal media figures."

..."If we stop trying to figure out the other side, we've given up. The person on the other side is not evil -- they just have a different perspective."

I'm glad you have such a broad-minded attitude towards America, Matthews. And towards President Bush too. I'm happy you think he just has a "different perspective." Oh? What's that? You were referring to al Zarqawi? Oh, of course. Sawing people's heads off on camera is OK, but EVIL is something you won't tolerate...

This is such a good example of the utter sickness of the Left. Al Queda just sent a married couple to blow up a wedding party in Amman, Jordan. But drooling appeasers are still saying "we have to understand," just like they did after 9/11.

NO, we do NOT have to "understand." If I went and blew up the wedding of Chris Matthews's daughter, would he waste a minute understanding MY "different perspective?" Ha. Well, maybe if I were black and on Death Row. Then I would be "innocent," and a "victim," and fake-leftists would hold candle-light vigils...

Posted by John Weidner at November 21, 2005 11:46 AM
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