by Scott Creighton
Why is it that ‘trolls” and Bushites can post at Huffington Post, but someone like me, who simply calls into question the reasons behind the political witch-hunt of Gov. Blagojevich, can’t?
There are no Sunnis no Shia; no republicans no democrats; no Jews and Palestinians…
There are people that are IN the club and those that are not. How does your “republicans are good, liberals bad” theory work with Nancy Pelosi? Is she a republican? Is Rahm Emanuel? How about Steny Hoyer and John Conyers? are the people that defended the president and kept him in office when he should have been impeached years ago red or are they blue? What is the difference these days.
Look, the red/blue divide is a smoke-screen.
I just got banned from HuffPo and my profile whipped out so that no one can read my comments.
Not because I am a republican troll. They have plenty of those there, and they let them post some of the most horrible comments I have seen.
I posted no calls for violence, no racist statements, no anti-Semitic comments, no profanity.
They banned me for pointing out what a witch-hunt this Blagojevich thing has become. They banned me because I posted links showing the connection between Band of America and Blago’s demise.
They banned me because I pointed out that Madigan is probably on that list Rahm gave Blago’s people, and that Arianna had gone on TV the night before that came out and flat out claimed that Rahm hadn’t had any connection with Blago’s people.
they want that “republicans are good liberals are bad”… they need it to foster the dog and pony show that is the political system right now.
The last thing they want is someone talking about the real issues facing this country.
They also banned me, a person who has been commenting there for 2 years, because people were telling me that I was right and that it was courageous for me to be saying these things.
I had been “favorite” 5 times, in the last week that I started posting there again. Arianna and her people didn’t want these ideas becoming popular.
So like Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, Arianna Huffington told me to “shut up” and support the president elect.
Our problem isn’t “the right” it’s the righteous. No matter what party they belong to. Our problem is recognizing that some of those we think are on our “side” are really just spokesmen for an elite ruling class, who are punching their ticket into “the club” by selling us out.
If we can stand back and gain an even keeled perspective for long enough, then we can begin to see the vast similarities between the sales reps on both sides. And this we MUST do if we are to ever regain our freedom.