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  •  ps To the extent that some of these folks are (1+ / 0-)
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    "bloggers" advocating violence, they should have the integrity and self-respect to turn off their lap-tops, step out of the starbucks, and punch some cop in the face.
    If you want violence, go for it.

    I'd rather have a buntle afrota-me than a frottle a bunta-me.

    by David54 on Mon Feb 20, 2012 at 07:42:45 PM PST

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    •  This is the left's answer to (3+ / 0-)
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      chickenhawks and the 101st chairborne. Also, what digby said (2005 edition).

      •  woot! Exactly! (3+ / 0-)
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        Some of the biggest advocates of property destruction are cubicle dwellers who wouldn't put themselves or their cushy circumstances at risk to practice what they preach.

        Chickenhawks, exactly.  

        Now we need a name for 'em that comes out of anarchist history, same way as "101st Chairborne" comes from a military reference.

        Know what's terribly ironic?  I did a keyword search for "famous anarchists" to get some ideas, and landed on this page:

        Now look at the top and bottom of the page, and what you see are ads.  Yes, ads for capitalist corporations!  The nitwit who put up that site didn't even have the brains or gonads or basic consistency to either buy local hosting service from some mom & pop company (there are many), or put up his/her own server on his/her own broadband service (yes it can be done, relatively easily).  Instead they sold out and put up their site on Angelfire!   LOL, "what a maroon!"

        "Minus two votes for the Democrat" equals "plus one vote for the Republican." Arithmetic doesn't care about your feelings.

        by G2geek on Mon Feb 20, 2012 at 10:20:41 PM PST

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