Monday, May 23, 2005

Right-wing radicals defined

Writing in The Toronto Free Press, J. B. Williams defines right-wing radicals as;
If you believe Teddy Kennedy is a drunken coward who should have gone to prison for leaving his girl friend to die in the icy waters of Chappaquiddick as he ran and hid from authorities, you are right. But if you believe this voids his credibility as a national leader, you are a right-wing radical and you are sadly mistaken.

If you believe John Kerry should have produced real evidence to support his claim of war hero status instead of simply attacking the honor of decorated veterans and POW’s who called him a traitor, you are once again right. But if you think America should reject a traitor for President, you are a right-wing radical.

If you still believe America is the land of the free and home of the brave, that America’s strength rests upon the inner strength of its people and that it is threatened by a growing internal weakness among its masses, you are a right-wing radical.

If you believe that freedom of religion does not mean freedom from religion and that freedom of religious speech does not include Jim Jones, David Koresh or Muslim extremist who preach killing innocent people as the center-piece of their doctrine, then you are highly intelligent and you my friend, are a right-wing radical.

If you believe in the concept of right and wrong, good and evil, self-reliance and self-governance, the constitution as it was written, personal responsibility, the rights endowed by our creator as established in the Declaration of Independence, then you are no longer part of the "mainstream" in America, according to today’s democrats.

If you believe the founders got it all wrong, that America is one big feeding trough for the world, that the UN is more trustworthy than the US, that our weaknesses are our strengths and that only democrats can save you from yourself, you are NOT a right-wing extremist.
Read it all, there is much more.

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