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June 23, 2005

More America Haters/Traitors

They're EVERYWHERE!

O'Reilly: FBI should arrest the "clowns" at Air America Radio for being traitors

O'REILLY: And when he [Durbin] went out there, his intent was to whip up the American public against the Bush detainee policy. That's what his intent was. His intent wasn't to undermine the war effort, because he never even thought about it. He never even thought about it. But by not thinking about it, he made an egregious mistake because you must know the difference between dissent from the Iraq war and the war on terror and undermining it. And any American that undermines that war, with our soldiers in the field, or undermines the war on terror, with 3,000 dead on 9-11, is a traitor.

Everybody got it? Dissent, fine; undermining, you're a traitor. Got it? So, all those clowns over at the liberal radio network, we could incarcerate them immediately. Will you have that done, please? Send over the FBI and just put them in chains, because they, you know, they're undermining everything and they don't care, couldn't care less.
Audio clip available at Media Matters

4 comments:

O said...

Thank goodness Geraldo can still give away troop positions.

Maria said...

Hey! Geraldo put his reputation/mustache on the line when he said he would shave it off if Michael Jackson was found guilty. Jackson prevailed in court so Geraldo has proven that he is a journalist of the highest order.

Kevin said...

Usually a good sign that the person you're arguing against knows he has backed himself into a corner, and can't argue his way out with reason, is when he starts throwing such hyperbolic crap like that.

You tell them that the war in Iraq is a diversion from the war on terror, and remind them that Bin Laden is still loose, they yell "traitor".

You can say until you're blue in the face that once you throw away the Geneva Convention and U.S. laws regarding detention without charge or trial, and they cry for your arrest for treason.

Conservative twits scream that those opposed to the war in Iraq and those unequivocally opposed to mistreatment of prisoners and torture are "comforting the enemy".

I say that any comfort the enemy might be feeling right now is in their knowing that they are slowly turning the most free nation on Earth into one that is willing to slowly erode our liberties for some false sense of security.

Kevin said...

I should read what I write before I click "publish". The following should read:

You can say until you're blue in the face that once you throw away the Geneva Convention and U.S. laws regarding detention without charge or trial, that we are giving up what makes America great, and puts our own soldiers, who may one day end up as P.O.W.s themselves, and they cry for your arrest for treason.