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  •  Already tied together (none)
    Not to Bush directly, of course, but tied with the rise of the conservative movement (CM).

    David Neiwert at Orcinus has been tracking the appalling mainstreaming of conservative hate groups allowed in part by the growing power of the conservative movement.  

    Prof. Eric Muller of 'Is That Legal?' has been looking at the mainstream conservative movement's love-in with Thomas Woods and his Politically Incorrect Guide to History.

    What kind of cultural environment must exist before any hate group could truly contemplate the murder of a judge's family in the United States?  And how many times in America's past has such an event occurred?

    We need to start asking those in the CM why they refuse to disavow such people (using specific examples, of course).  This is not unfair politics.  The VP of the US recently keynoted an event in which another speaker 'joked' about only talking to American liberal with a baseball bat in hand.  Sick.

    •  look at how (none)
      fox news is tying ward churchill to us on the left.

      and yet i have seen no one at this site even mention, let alone defend churchill.

      we have got to tie radical right extremists directly to bush and his krew.

      No member of our generation who wasn't a Communist or a dropout in the thirties is worth a damn. Lyndon B. Johnson

      by maskling11 on Thu Mar 03, 2005 at 03:59:09 AM PST

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