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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOM View Post
    He was a radical, not hardly a conservative. That's nonsense.
    Radical right-winger, right, Dutch? He certainly wasn't a leftist nor a moderate. If you are meaning to say he isn't representative of the right or conservatives, then I agree with you 100%.....but that's the point USA 1 and everyone but Rob and Gennie are attempting to make; one nut job does not define a particular political party or view point. Do you think James J. Lee is representative of the left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine Wind View Post
    Radical right-winger, right, Dutch? He certainly wasn't a leftist nor a moderate. If you are meaning to say he isn't representative of the right or conservatives, then I agree with you 100%.....but that's the point USA 1 and everyone but Rob and Gennie are attempting to make; one nut job does not define a particular political party or view point. Do you think James J. Lee is representative of the left?
    Are you asking me a question about "Dutch"? WTF? JJL was sure as hell more representative of the left than of the right, period. I've yet to see a right wing environmental wacko. He reminds me of the uni-bomber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USA 1 View Post
    Mcveigh was a catholic,

    Being baptized Catholic does not make an agnostic into a Catholic, and McVeigh was agnostic.


    Timothy McVeigh




    anti-tax,

    Conservatives are not anti-tax. Ask Ronald Reagan’s ghost.



    anti government

    Conservatives are not anti-government. Ask conservative voters.



    , pro gun,

    The overwhelming majority of conservatives support gun laws and gun registration. Many millions of them do not even own guns.


    right wing extremist.

    Right winged conservatives oppose terrorists. See Bush’s War on Terror.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOM View Post
    Are you asking me a question about "Dutch"? WTF? JJL was sure as hell more representative of the left than of the right, period. I've yet to see a right wing environmental wacko. He reminds me of the uni-bomber.
    My mistake, Grumpy. Yes, the question was meant to you. You deny McVeigh was representative of the anti-government, Tea Party style right but continue to assert that Lee was a representative of the left. That, sir, is a crock. It's wrong to assert any lone nut job as a representative of either party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Being baptized Catholic does not make an agnostic into a Catholic, and McVeigh was agnostic.





    Timothy McVeigh





    Conservatives are not anti-tax. Ask Ronald Reagan’s ghost.




    Conservatives are not anti-government. Ask conservative voters.




    The overwhelming majority of conservatives support gun laws and gun registration. Many millions of them do not even own guns.



    Right winged conservatives oppose terrorists. See Bush’s War on Terror.


    War on Terror - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    And then you guys have James Von Brunn, and then you guys have the killer religious nutters Paul Hill and Michael Griffin. You have to "peacefully" demonstrate armed because, well because, demonstrating unarmed just isn't terrifying enough. Make no mistake these all are your people and your people are much more prone to murder and overt acts of terrorism and other "night rider" behavior. And I'm just going to ignore your other nutter thread. Its just deflection from this one which is not really going your way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryporter View Post
    And then you guys have James Von Brunn, and then you guys have the killer religious nutters Paul Hill and Michael Griffin. You have to "peacefully" demonstrate armed because, well because, demonstrating unarmed just isn't terrifying enough. Make no mistake these all are your people and your people are much more prone to murder and overt acts of terrorism and other "night rider" behavior. And I'm just going to ignore your other nutter thread. Its just deflection from this one which is not really going your way.
    You just keep saying these are our guys but you never actually get around to showing how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine Wind View Post
    My mistake, Grumpy. Yes, the question was meant to you. You deny McVeigh was representative of the anti-government, Tea Party style right but continue to assert that Lee was a representative of the left. That, sir, is a crock. It's wrong to assert any lone nut job as a representative of either party.
    I'm not sure what you're talking about since I have made no mention whatsoever of "party". However, the anti-government stances of McVeigh and other radicals like him are hardly the same as tea party backers wanting less/smaller government...you have to be shitting me if you can't see the difference. McVeigh was anti-government among other things, so was Lee in addition to his being an environmentalist to the extreme. That's liberal left wing wacko to a tee....sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOM View Post
    I'm not sure what you're talking about since I have made no mention whatsoever of "party". However, the anti-government stances of McVeigh and other radicals like him are hardly the same as tea party backers wanting less/smaller government...you have to be shitting me if you can't see the difference. McVeigh was anti-government among other things, so was Lee in addition to his being an environmentalist to the extreme. That's liberal left wing wacko to a tee....sir.

    Agreed 100% that McVeigh wasn't typical of the Tea Party style anti-government types. What I don't understand is how you can honestly assert that Lee was typical of the Liberal tree hugger types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOM View Post
    I'm not sure what you're talking about since I have made no mention whatsoever of "party". However, the anti-government stances of McVeigh and other radicals like him are hardly the same as tea party backers wanting less/smaller government...you have to be shitting me if you can't see the difference. McVeigh was anti-government among other things, so was Lee in addition to his being an environmentalist to the extreme. That's liberal left wing wacko to a tee....sir.
    Nutters are nutters. But you people want to play this little game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine Wind View Post
    Agreed 100% that McVeigh wasn't typical of the Tea Party style anti-government types. What I don't understand is how you can honestly assert that Lee was typical of the Liberal tree hugger types.
    I don't think I said "typical", or if I did that is not what I meant since he was obviously a radical. Just saying his environmental extreme positions are those of liberals, not a conservative.

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