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May 30, 2005



Your comments are ugly, and sad.


Yikes, rebecca, tell us how you really feel.


Uglier and sadder than your last column where we read about your promiscuousness, syphilis and shaving your crotch?


Yes. Even uglier than that.
A) Was it really "liberals" who determined you had to have labels on everything? I don't know. You don't say. As far as I know, it could have been part of product liability lawsuit settlements, which as everyone knows only liberals perpetuate--especially that liberal Tom DeLay.
B) Your jones to attack illegal immigrants at every turn is vile and offputting. When you keep ramping up the hate for an entire segment of people like that, other people start to assume you can treat them as less than human. This has had major impacts on our history before, but it's considered declasse to mention any analogies to Kristallnacht. Pity.
C) If you actually knew any kids, you'd know the last thing they'd be caught doing was attempting to mow a lawn. Please.


>>Uglier and sadder than your last column where we read about your promiscuousness, syphilis and shaving your crotch?<<

The one thing you can count on with conservatives is that given enough time, the conversation will always get back to the pelvic region.

Silence Dogood

It was my experience in college that the Left was the side relentlessly seeking to institute classes on pornography and marketed sex to attract students to their "teach-ins", not the Right.

I believe Lurk was referencing her email address, which is rather frightening. It's frightening because she mentions Kristallnacht, but conveniently forgets about all those millions who were murdered and buried in shallow graves during Lenin's liquidation of the kulaks, or Stalin's own campaign against Jewish people.

Communists are the ones perpetuating hate and intolence on our college campuses. They show a ceaseless intolerence to other viewpoints. Very sad indeed.


>>It was my experience in college that the Left was the side relentlessly seeking to institute classes on pornography and marketed sex to attract students to their "teach-ins", not the Right.<<

And in my experience, the biggest reprobates I've ever met were good old fashioned registered republicans.

Which state do you think has the lowest divorce rate? Can you guess? It’s Massachusetts, the center of the gay marriage universe. That’s right, the state you love to tie around the neck of anyone to the left of Strom Thurmond has the lowest divorce rate in the nation. Think that’s just some aberration? How about this: 9 of the 10 lowest divorce rates are blue states, and most are in the Northeast, where liberal values suck so bad. And where are the highest divorce rates? Care to guess? 10 of the top 10 are red "we're-so-moral" states. And while Nevada is the worst, the Bible Belt is doing its part.

But two guys (or girls) making out is going to ruin marriage. Seems to me the Right is ruining it pretty well on its own. Oh, but that's ok because you go to church. We know you do. Cause we get to hear about it every year at election time. Yes, we're fascinated by how you get up every Sunday morning and sing, and then you're towers of moral superiority. Maybe we liberals don't talk about religion as much as you because we're not so busy sinning.

And don't even get me started on who has the highest murder rates in the nation?

Hint. It isn't in the states that voted for Kerry.

>>Shut up, pay your taxes and quitchurbitchin that your kid can't find lawns to mow because the illegals they condone do all that business in your neighborhood.<<

I'll believe illegal immigration is a problem when I see kids from Woodbridge Hi lining to get jobs picking strawberries. Until then it more hot air coming from the Right.


To PF in IRV:

I realize that to some, murder is murder. But below is an article from the 8/17/98 edition of JET, hardly a bastion of conservatism, explaining why the Southern blue states have a high murder rate. It seems that in blue states, you can live longer simply by avoiding toxic friends and neighbors, while in the red states you just get blown away by strangers.

From JET Magazine:
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation found that Southern states have the highest murder rates.
And experts believe the high Southern murder rate is a key factor behind America's high homicide rate in comparison with other democratic, industrialized nations, according to an article in The New York Times.
They note that much of the distinction in murder rates between the South and other sections of the country comes from a difference in the character of Southern homicide.
It was found that many murders in the South are of a personal and traditional nature such as a barroom brawl, a quarrel between acquaintances or a fight between lovers. In other places, the newspaper reported, homicides usually begin with another crime like a botched robbery, and typically involve strangers."


To PF in IRV:

I see that I got my "blues" and "reds" mixed up. But, I suspect that you understood my point.


Thanks for the research, DR.

And thanks for actually admitting you're a liberal, PF.


Interesting letter today regarding Haynes' column:

"I am amazed by Assemblyman Ray Haynes' bizarre logic stressing that buses equipped with seat belts are more dangerous than those without ["Safe school buses can kill," California Focus, May 30]. But his logic falls in line with other famous Republican logic. I still remember when President Ronald Reagan opined that trees actually caused air pollution."

And when I say "interesting" I mean "having a complete lack of understanding of the column's argument". Haynes didn't come anywhere near saying that a bus with seat belts would be more dangerous to ride in than a bus without seat belts (indeed, he stated the opposite). What he did say was that more children were likely to be killed in total as a result of the changes regarding seat belts in school buses - less kids would get bussed in total, therefore more would be killed in automobile accidents than are killed in bus accidents. Which is to say that the law of unintended consequences is still (and always) in full effect.

Sometimes I wonder if the Register prints these letters because they don't know any better (in which case they need a better Letters editor) or to purposefully ensure that we their readers are aware that these bumble-headed buffoons who make non sequiturs like this actually exist (in which case they're performing a valuable public service).


To Jubal. I wear the title proudly if you're the shining voice of the conservative movement.



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