Liberalism: first, last, and forever
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Here's the comment that I left on Cafferty's blog:"Why should Hillary Clinton's delegates be treated any differently than the delegates for all of the previous Democratic Conventions? There have only been four conventions since 1832 during which the nominee was decided by acclamation instead of a ballot, and all four nominees were incumbents (FDR, LBJ, Bill Clinton, and Al Gore).Hillary Clinton’s supporters simply want her to have the same opportunity that all of her predecessors have had. Barack Obama is still a candidate, albeit the presumptive nominee, but he is not an incumbent. Imagine the outcry if Senator Clinton had been selected by the DNC and the historic opportunity for Obama’s name to be put in nomination was stonewalled by party insiders in the name “appearing unified”. Frankly, if Senator Obama can't face the same challenges that all other non-incumbent Democratic nominees have had to face, how on earth will the Democratic Party be able to beat John McCain?"I posted it at 4:14 PM. At 4:45, it was there, but still awaiting moderation.Well. it's not there anymore. Jack Cafferty is a coward who is afraid to let viewers see the unvarnished, "unmoderated" truth. Jack doesn't trust American voters to think for themslves, so he censors those who disagree with his point of view. He would have been more at home at Pravda than he is on American television.Shame on him.
Jack's arrogance inspired me to another contribution to The Denver Group. I can't wait to see an ad for The Denver Group right in the midst of Cafferty's ramblings.
I find it amusing that the grumpy Jack Cafferty would have the gall to call anyone "humorless." Talk about projection.
Well, we all know that it takes humor to recognize humor. Maybe Jack cafferty is doing The Denver Group a favor, because his remark may generate curiosity. So the TV ad would be just the right answer!
Were the Founding Fathers "Bitter Malcontents"???Their actions were the very bases of this country's beginning. That needs to be respected and cherished by all who call themselves "American's". No matter which political party they are aligned with. Perhaps Mr. Cafferty could be asked that questions. What better example does The Denver Group have than the course of action taken by those earlier protesters that petitioned King George to have their concerns addressed? Willowtree
In all fairness I posted a comment at the Denver Group with a polite disagreement about how one sentence in one of their ads read. They never let my post see the light of day. It isn't only the DNC and pro-Obama factions that are suppressing freedom of speech I'm sorry to say. I had to change my mind about contributing to the Denver Group. It will be interesting to see if this comment is 'allowed'.
Let's not be word-smiths!I applaud what Denver Group is doing. The last thing they should have to bother with is whether comments are posted in a timely fashion - or even posted at all. Freedom is speech is about publishing your own blog -- not telling other people they have to publish everything they receive.
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