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You Say ‘Ignoring’, I Say ‘Fomenting’

Posted on | January 8, 2012 | 10 Comments

by Smitty

This was the reply of the evening:

Part of the awakening that must continue in the U.S. is the realization that anti-Christian bigotry is exceeded only by anti-Semitic bigotry (my opinion).

You can find a distinction, in that anti-Christian bigotry denigrates a religion, whereas anti-Semitic bigotry is more ethnic in nature. Whatever. My point is that the plurality of the country that lays some claim to Christianity needs to follow Newt’s example and calmly rebuke this idiocy wherever followers of the Progressive Faith put it forward.

Many of us still understand what the symbol ‘marriage’ means. We reject every aspect of the Postmodern, reprobate mind that seeks to make ‘marriage’ as perverse as they are. May God have mercy on the Progressives, and introduce them to wisdom.

via Legal Insurrection


10 Responses to “You Say ‘Ignoring’, I Say ‘Fomenting’”

  1. Donald Douglas
    January 8th, 2012 @ 4:16 pm

    That was hot. And this was juicy as well, video: ‘George Stephanopoulos Under Fire for Lame GOP Debate Moderation’.

  2. M. Thompson
    January 8th, 2012 @ 4:57 pm

    Newt would do much better in a Parliamentary government than ours.

  3. Kitty Myers
    January 8th, 2012 @ 5:00 pm

    Michael Voris, of Real Catholic TV, believes that (12 Oct 2011): 

    ” When a candidate or a system or a party turns its sights on the Catholic Church .. either directly or indirectly.. look out.Nothing good will come of that person or party obtaining power.  And this is becoming a reality as more and more laws are passed or at least brought forward in Congress that areinjurious to Catholic teachings”

  4. Anonymous
    January 8th, 2012 @ 5:53 pm

    anti-Christian bigotry is exceeded only by anti-Semitic bigotry


    Horse apiece, I think.  The anti-Catholic stuff is far more sophisticated–thus (usually) less visible and obnoxious.

    The anti-Catholic stuff, however, is a two-edged sword; the Southern Baptists, Greek Orthodox, and conservative non-demonimationals are aware that it’s not really “Catholicism.”  It’s “Christianity” as a whole.

  5. Quartermaster
    January 8th, 2012 @ 7:42 pm

    I can’t agree that antisemitism is worse than anti-Christianity. Antisemitism is very unPC, and as such will get you roasted and excluded from polite company. Anti-Christianity will get you approbation and admitted to polite company. We are those anti-Science, bitter clingers, bitter clingers who believe we will stand before a righteous God who will judge us and it is only right they tell the “truth” about us.

    God is so judgmental, and he has expectations of us. The moonbats are simply whistling past the grave yard.

  6. Anonymous
    January 8th, 2012 @ 8:33 pm

    And as a Hindu, I hold a somewhat different view of Spirituality.  We are judged, yes.  Here.  In the hereafter.  And in the next life.  As they say in modern terms, Karma is a beyotch.

  7. Anonymous
    January 8th, 2012 @ 9:01 pm

    Good work, Newt.

    I have only ONE wish for the campaign:  That the GOP have a debate hosted by some top right bloggers.  Then they can focus on why OZero is so dangerous to America and who is the best candidate to face him–rather than all this incendiary crap from the libs.

  8. Catholicist
    January 9th, 2012 @ 6:18 am

    Anti-Semitism ain’t dead, the Ronulans/paleocons just switched in “international banksters” and “Likudniks” (defined to include everyone from Ariel Sharon to people who don’t believe in completely ditching Israel and giving Hamas the benefit of the doubt — Zionist dupes!) for “Jews.”

    Let’s not even get into the (admittedly minor) paleo-sphere’s tendency to blame everything that’s gone wrong in Western Civilization since the ’60s on those crafty high-IQ types.

  9. Drek
    January 9th, 2012 @ 10:33 am

    If they’re all so bright, why then do upwards of 80%, {8 out of every 10 Jews} vote Democrat?

    Why then do Jewish women view abortion as a secular sacrament, to riff off of Ann Coulter?

    The only real allies and friends the Jews have in the Western world, the whole world for that matter, are those termed “fundamentalist Christians,” that being the case, if Jews are all so spectacularly bright, why then do Leftist Jews spend so much time and effort pissing off their sole supporters in the world by trying their level best to purge the United States of any and all traces of a residual Christianity?

    Sorry, but when any group votes religiously in that number for the agenda of the left, then many things can be said about that group, ——- but intelligent isn’t one of ’em.

  10. Quartermaster
    January 9th, 2012 @ 12:42 pm

    God’s opinion of the Israeliet people wasn’t very good either. By today’s postmodern lights, the Old Testament is positively antisemitic. The morons we see calling themselves Jews in this country are typical of what western civilization has seen time and again. They support government in things they ought not be doing, and many times have resulted in oppression of the people in general then comes the backlash and they piously as “why me?”

    Upchuck Shumer wears his Jewishness on his sleeve when it’s convenient, but when it comes to actually living the Torah he has no desire to be bothered.