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August 01, 2005


Remember when people had all those flags on their cars and Liberals kept whining that the message being sent was, “I'm a better American than you because I'm displaying a flag”? Remember very recently when they continued to whine that the magnetic yellow ribbons were sending the same message? In other words, Liberals argue, to display any symbols of love for America is not really saying you love America, but that other people love America less. This in spite of the fact that pretty much everyone who was displaying those symbols had no other motive than to show their love of their country.

So what message do the Liberal send, openly?

From the New York Times...

But this is not really a campaign about money or space. It is a campaign about political purity - about how people remember 9/11 and about how we choose to read its aftermath, including the Iraq war. On their Web site, www.takebackthememorial.org, critics of the cultural plan at ground zero offer a resolution called Campaign America. It says that ground zero must contain no facilities "that house controversial debate, dialogue, artistic impressions, or exhibits referring to extraneous historical events." This, to us, sounds un-American.

No coded message there, is there? According to the NYTs if you opposed the anti-Americanism proposed for the 9/11 Memorial then you're not as good an American as them.

Can they really be that stupid?

Coverage: Michelle Malkin, Right Thinking Girl

Posted by Danny Carlton at August 1, 2005 07:30 AM

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