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User Info: Mr Sandbag

Mr Sandbag
6 years ago#1
Thom Hartmann blames George W. Bush, John Boehner and other republicans for the attack in Oslo. With no proof he made these insane and ridiculous accusations saying that Anders Behring Breivik was motivated by their "fear mongering."

Wow..... my gag reflex just hit a new high....
You don't got enough sand to back that up!

User Info: wally

6 years ago#2
It's not their fault, but the guy does subscribe heavily to their philosophy and tried to start a Tea Party branch in Norway.

Without hearing his comments, I can't comment specifically on what he said. If he said what you claim he said, he should be disgusted with himself.

User Info: Evil Genius 9

Evil Genius 9
6 years ago#3
Nah, Glenn Beck comparing the kids who died to the Hitler youth is still worse.
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User Info: He Man

He Man
6 years ago#4
I thought he was vehemently opposed to democracy - Now, he's a Norweigian tea Party member?
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User Info: Magus1947

6 years ago#5
I have no idea who that is. But congratulations nonetheless on digging up some nobody who said something offensive for you to get your panties bunched over.
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User Info: DnDer

6 years ago#6
I just listened to him string together a long montage of clips from right wing media hosts that condone or espouse an entire culture of violence against anyone (especially progressives and non-christians) who doesn't fit their paradigm.

An interesting bit of hyperbole... But kind of chilling all the same.
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User Info: TaiIs82

6 years ago#7
They've tried to tie so many people to the Tea Party, even though they're clearly unrelated. Remember Palin's map? I'm not surprised it keeps happening.
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User Info: mizukage2

6 years ago#8
Why would people think that a man who wanted to open a branch of the Tea Party in Norway was in any way influenced by the Tea Party?

User Info: Bond_543

6 years ago#9
so when an eco terrorist shoots people and he/she shares the same views with the conservation and environmental movements does this make those environmental groups extrremist?

there are loons in every group imaginable even the NAACP trying to categorize a group as extremist just b/c one loon shares its views is wrong.
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User Info: mizukage2

6 years ago#10
You have no problem holding rampant Islamophobia, last time I checked. It is only fair therefore that you take your lumps when your group has nuts pop up.
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