Curb Republican Hate Speech NOW

Curb Republican Hate Speech NOW
by
David Schlecht

In retrospect, it is quite ironic how the Republican party during the awful Bush years was trying to quiet the critics by calling anything critical of Bush as being not just unpatriotic but being hate speech. Has anyone heard the Republican party lately and their pet project, the Tea Baggers?

There are so many examples from vulgarity to racism Republican congressmen calling Democratic congressmen “Baby Killer”. The list of absolutely awful and distasteful rhetoric seem to have no end. For just a short list of the most recent examples, check out the links below, if you really have the stomach for it.

There is no doubt that this violent and disgusting speech coming from the Republicans is doing harm to America not just in making it impossible to resolve our differences of opinions but because it brings outright violence.

Now, please don’t fool yourself into thinking that it’s just a few bad apples or that it’s not really the Republican party’s fault. It is the fault and the bad apples are killing people.

If it wasn’t the Republican Party’s intention to fan the flames of this hatred and racism, they would denounce it, but alas, they just support it more and more with each breath. The Republican part is not doing America any service by this, it is only for the benefit of the party.

If you are thinking of supporting this party in any way, think again. They are not helping anything that matters to the American people. They are only dividing us. They are responsible for the violence and the hate and the killings. What ever happened to the real Republican party? It is long gone.

Here is a sample of the awful and hateful things this party has given us just recently:

Have Republicans gone too far with their hate speech?

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11 thoughts on “Curb Republican Hate Speech NOW”

  1. Oh now, come on. I love your polls but you really can’t skew this one by asking, “Have Republicans gone too far with their hate speech?” That’s like the question, “Do you still beat your wife?” No answer will get one out of hot water when it’s phrased that way.

    A better question might be, “Do you feel Republicans use excessive hate speech?”

    Of course, it’s just my opinion and I could be wrong, but I think you might be toying with us on this one. :)

    1. So a proven wife beater shouldn’t be asked if he is still beating his wife? There must come a point when you quit pretending that there isn’t anything wrong and quit expecting everyone to give them the benefit of the doubt. Those days are over. They have shown us their true colors and you know it. If the post didn’t already PROVE the fact that the party is over the top then it would be reasonable to expect them to ask that question. To prove someone is a wife beater and then ask in a poll if he’s a wife beater is just worthless.

      I’m guessing that you’re trying to argue that the party isn’t out of control. Maybe that is where you should start your position. But really that would be a waste of time wouldn’t it?

  2. It is not the government’s responsibility to curb speech, it’s the people’s responsibility. When we know it’s out of hand, it’s time to call the speakers on it and shame them. I clicked on the links and was honestly ashamed of the American political party called the Republicans.

  3. Everyone alive 20 years ago must remember when it was a self respecting country/government/party. I miss those days.

  4. Why isn’t the so called Liberal Media screaming about the South Carolina Jim DeMint Senator saying he was going to break OBama. Anyone from South Carolina knows that there was a Slave Breaking industry in South Carolina for over 200 years and that was a blatantly racist remark. DeMint says he’s gonna Break that black president. There is no hiding the sick and disgusting soul of the Republican Party. If it wasn’t party wide, they would be denouncing and avoiding this fool like the plague, but no, they’re all in it together. Gotta be proud to be a Republican these days.

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