More Republican Implosion

November 20, 2008 at 3:48 pm 1 comment

More implosion from the Republicans. 

 This is what Home Depot’s founder Bernie Marcus said on a conference call on November 18, 2008:

If a retailer has not gotten involved with this, if he has not spent money on this election, if he has not sent money to Norm Coleman and these other guys,” Mr. Marcus said, apparently referring to Republican senators facing tough re-election fights, then those retailers “should be shot; should be thrown out of their goddamn jobs.

That’s right – Disagree with the Republicans, the call goes out from the powerful that your life should be ended.  (Go to the wrong church and the powerful preach that your soul will be banished to hell). 

Enjoy shopping at Home Depot. 

 This is NOT the only call for violence against those opposing the Republicans. It’s been sent from the Bush white house and carried out by the people in the movie below who, on mainstream media outlets, call for violence against non-Republicans: 
And in churches from the great white north to ole south (Alaska to NC), leaders in mainstream churches are preaching damnation from the pulpit.  These aren’t fringe churches with services in someone’s basement.  Of the two that come to mind for preaching damnation to non-Republicans, the first church is the fastest growing demonination in the US (Pentecostal) and the second church is the largest demonination in the US. 
The 2nd largest terrorist attack on US soil was carried out in 1995 by American conservative extremists who believed the ‘liberal’ federal government was taking away their 2nd ammendment rights. 

In July of 2008 a man opened fire in a church during a children’s performance saying “all liberals should be killed.”

It’s Time to Give Voters the Liberalism They Want
Don’t believe pundits who say there’s a centrist mandate


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. oo12oo  |  November 20, 2008 at 4:56 pm

    Fortunately, the majority of Republicans believe in fairness. Unfortunately, as is the case with other groups, a few overly zealous individuals sometimes miss the mark/point.


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