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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Leo Hubbard, Sep 1, 2004.
Said it all.
I wonder who wrote his script.
All politicians have professional script writers, I'm sure Arnold does too.
what a dork...his speech is about as enlightening as his movies.
go back to sleep america, the economy is just fine.
I particularly liked this part
contains his whole speech.
You might LIKE it, but it's still a very warped version of reality.
though you may run the risk of being a "girlie man"
Let's juxtapose this against Obama's speech, which emphasized our unity as Americans regardless of party, instead of our unity as members of a particular party.
Despite its facade of inclusiveness, such rhetoric is inherently divisive.
For him it is. In fact it's FANTASTIC!
You know, I don't so much object to fabulously wealthy people in politics as I do to fabulously wealthy people in politics who don't seem to understand that not everybody is fabulously wealthy, or ever will be.
my take on schwarzenegger's speech:
- if you believe you can insulate yourself from the less desirable segments of society, you're a republican
- if you believe that society provides everyone with an equal chance, you're a republican
- if you believe that marginalizing those with whom you disagree is an acceptable practice, you're a republican
- if you believe that those who receive direct government funds are necessarily lazy, you're a republican
- if you believe that might makes right, you're a republican
- if you believe you've earned the right to take from others, you're a republican
Correction, you would be a Democrat.
i do agree though... democrats do take our money and
give it to those who dont deserve it...
i consider myself a republican...
My God, it doesn't get any sadder than this.
Certain speeches that took place in Germany in the mid to late 30s are frighteningly similar.
If you want to learn about the Republicans and their agenda, the best place to start:
you dont mean the nazi's do you???
My friend, I am glad you seem to know your history.
Austria's got a lot to answer for. First Adolf, then Arnold...
i just think WWII is fascinating...
Just make sure you read this disclaimer at the bottom of the page first.
then go to this site http://www.georgewbush.com/ to get his real point of view about things.
Were you worried we might not realize it was a parody? How sweet! And how revealing!
Yes, Mr. Hubbard, I realize you may have been asleep for the past few years so I am willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, but with all due respect I believe the links I posted portray a much more accurate view of Bush and his murderous agenda.
Yeah, because I'd rather put my money into pumping those Iraqi bitches full of lead than helping a bunch of greedy inner-city kids live in safe neighborhoods and go to good schools. What do those kids think they are--white, rich, suburban?!!!! Oh my God! What nerve they have to ask for a decent place to live and decent opportunities to overcome the enormous hurdles of an overarching socioeconomic structure formed by a wealthy, white, conservative hegemony that systematically discriminates against the poor and non-white?
You're right--The democrats are softies. Nothing deserves my money more than the carpet-bombing of Iraqi civilians or the sacrifice of my fellow countrymen for a senseless cause.
I guess I'm a...Republican, then?
Yes, so do a lot of Republicans... So fascinating, in fact that they spend great lenths of time studying the propoganda tactics of a certain party that most historians agree was responsible for starting WWII.
clarification: if you've earned the right to take from others for yourself
you know both weren't really succesfull untill they left austria
if they stayed they would perhaps both ended with some lousy jobs... the one as fitness trainer and the other as a lousy landscape-painter