Millennial Generation Abandons Obama - This is amazing, although not surprising. From Ron Fournier, at National Journal, "Millennials Abandon Obama and Obamacare." It's worth spending some time...
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"Having differences of opinion on issues does not justify labeling people with highly-charged epithets."
"He has every negative character trait that conservatives associate with ’60s excess: narcissism, self-righteousness, self-indulgence and intemperance."
"Demonizing adversaries is what he does best. Some on the right don't want a conservative so much as they want a hater."
"Then turning around, I saw this kid yacking it up for the crowd, obviously having a blast with this ugly Jew-hating sign. And what does that mean, "SASQUATCH ISRAEL"? This is a play on the "legitimacy myth" of Israel's existence. As there's of course a "Sasquatch myth," it's worth noting the implied comparison: that Israel is also an ape-like beast existing only in historical folklore. Absent legitimacy, Israel has "no right to exist." This kid's sign is but one more example of eliminationist anti-Semitism. And look at how overjoyed he is in boasting this hatred. Creepy." Donald Douglas, American Power: Anti-American, Anti-Israel: Scenes From Ground Zero, September 11, 2010 — UPDATE: "Don Douglas Hearts Juses"Of course, the content was disappeared from Donald's blog, as though it never, ever happened. Fortunately, it was documented and preserved throughout the blogosphere, including by AmNi friend James B. Webb, at his blog, Brain Rage, from whence the text above and the photo below were retrieved. "...to most of us, misreading the sign--seeing "Sasquatch Isreal," rather than "Sasquatch Is Real," isn't a big deal... A cringe-worthy mistake to be sure, especially when one goes out in public--say, on one's blog--misreading it for the whole world to see, but minor in the general scheme of things... But making up some myth about anti-Semitism based on misreading the sign, and lying about a whole group of people just because you disagree with them politically, is pretty friggin' bad. - Dear Jan... (Repsac3's reply to an inquisitive American Power commenter) --- See what others had to say, here: Sasquatch Israel (and don't miss SI's descendant--or ancestor, if you believe the aliens might've been here first--Jewbacca)