Monday, January 24, 2005


Why I HATE FREEDOM, by A. Liberal

The president's inaugural address has caused some controversy amongst whining liberal morons who hate Freedom and God.

Anyone who did not like the president's speech must hate Freedom because he mentioned it 27 times. And 'free' seven times. And you hate Liberty too, because he mentioned that 17 times. (That's freedom-luvin' at 139mph, once-per-forty-words. Let's see some of you compound-sentence-constructing pinkos match that.)

Your arguments have already been dismissed by Rush Limbaugh. How did freedom become controversial?" (See I told you! You recoil from freedom). Sample quotes:

"The complaints from the left include that Bush did not mention any specifics about his plans to promote freedom in the world..

"Lincoln's Gettysburg address did not get into the details of the Civil War and nobody complained about that."

You can't argue with that! That's why we all admire Lincoln's speech. The vapid, bafflingly repetitive quality of its abstractions, standing there over the graves & bravely refusing to mention the war. And anyway, as I said, you just hate freedom.

You should be more like the Taiwanese, who long for the freedom of being part of a greater China, according to the Bush administration: "There is only one China. Taiwan is not independent. It does not enjoy sovereignty as a nation, and that remains our policy, our firm policy." (Powell, Oct 25th, 2004).

And less like that liberal anti-president Chen Shui-bian who doesn't speak for anyone: "Taiwan is absolutely a sovereign, independent nation. It's a great nation, and it absolutely does not belong to the People's Republic of China. That is the present situation, that is the reality.."

And remember, like George said, "our duties are defined not by the words I use but by the history we have seen together". Quite.

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