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  •  The "other side" won't. (4+ / 0-)

    It's simple: this is how they roll.

    "All's fair" and all that -- in their eyes, it's "say anything" but remain true to your own goals at all costs, regardless of how dearly those costs may be.

    In this case, it's the potential destruction of the nation that they're risking, and they're saying they're justifying it because to act otherwise would be supporting the destruction of the nation.

    ~Their~ nation.  A nation formed by undermining the core fundamentals of freedom and democracy in ~our~ nation -- the USA that was founded 200 years ago.

    It's like a mobius strip of the road to insanity, heavily greased with ky and cooking oil.

    A corrupted government. Patriots branded as renegades. This is how we roll.

    by GreyHawk on Wed Mar 11, 2009 at 04:08:36 AM PDT

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    •  Sure- because the destruction/failure of (6+ / 0-)

      the United States under a sitting Democratic President means they would get to rebuild it.

      That is all they want.

      And it would not look like the original framework, because these people have never interpreted those documents they way their writers did.

      "Failure" is a ticket to "we control everything, forever" in their minds.

      Words ought to be a little wild, for they are the assaults of thoughts on the unthinking. -J.M. Keynes

      by elropsych on Wed Mar 11, 2009 at 05:10:19 AM PDT

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