I have absolutely no problem with Jimmy Hoffa Jr.’s violent rhetoric

September 6th, 2011

I think that sort of talk is perfectly acceptable in a political context.

But after a summer-full of violent words aimed at Wisconsin’s Governor Scott Walker and the Tea Party, viagra buy pills I don’t ever want to hear some hypocrite on the left or in the media call for civility in American politics again.

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  • 1. Fred  |  September 6th, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    LMAO! Seriously? Don’t you know there are different rules for the left and the right?

    Leftist can spound death threats and wish vast numbers of people to go to hell.

    The right could never get away with that sort of rhetoric.

  • 2. Debunked  |  September 7th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Okay. Then make sure you cite in the original topic every single left wing source that has published actual violent rhetoric aimed at Scott Walker and the Tea Party so that, if you notice one of them calling for civility at a later date, you can reliably track all the hypocrites from those who call for civility and don’t publish such rhetoric.

  • 3. Dan  |  September 7th, 2011 at 11:44 pm

    It actcually sounded like a gay rant in which Hoffa wanted to take us conservatives out.
    Further, sounded like Hoffa was as drunk as Tommy Thompson was when he went a singing.
    So, Hoffa had a big gay rant and no, I don’t want him or other union thug taking me out.

  • 4. John Foust  |  September 8th, 2011 at 11:16 am

    No, Debunked, it’s far easier to use the broad brush and make sweeping assertions.

    Say, did I tell you that the postman brought my stimulus package today?

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