just another ex-jazz-musician/proto-rapper/Jersey-Irish-poet-actor/print-junkie/film-raptor/beat-hipster-"white Negro"-rhapsodizer/ex-hippie-punk-'60s-radical-organizer's take on all things cultural, political, spiritual & aggrandizing
For every intemperant word Beck has used, Krugman and Lally have used 100. During a discussion on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday, the panel conceded that conservatives and Tea Party activists were unfairly scapegoated in the wake of Jared Lee Loughner’s shooting spree in Tucson, Mark Halperin of Time just thinks conservatives shouldn’t bother defending themselves, so as to avoid further political escalation.“Obviously, the initial reaction was so offensive to conservatives it has united everybody from Rush Limbaugh to David Brooks this morning, who wrote a very, very compelling piece that the scapegoating was an offensive act,”
Poor Jim has no idea how temperate I am being, nor what the word means obviously if he thinks Paul Krugman uses language that is intemperate 100 times more then Glen Beck, one of the most egregious examples of intemperate language in the history of mass media in the United States! So I'm following up on my earlier promise to delete all his comments for a while, if not forever, because life is too short to put up with a flea that never dies and never stops biting, woops how intemperate of me (now I just have to do that 100 more times in my usual fashion and Jim will be right!!).
Thank you, Michael, I have always had a hard time dealing w/ his posts.He is definitely on the fringe, and very scary.
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