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Come on Weekly, you actually posted a link to those douchebag's website? You do know that this how they get ranked on search engines right? At least make potential members (and the morbidly curious I suppose) do their own damn searches!
How have people not heard of Godwin's Law at this point? Even so, let's go over some of the key differences between Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler:
Obama burst onto the political scene by giving a well received speech about the need for unity and having wishy washy hope for the future and love for your neighbors. He then wrote a book detailing the same hippy love bs, four years later he was elected president in a democratic vote which he won by a substantial majority. His two terms have since been like Clinton on hardcore mode, with the Republican opposition being even more nasty and partisan then they were in the 90s.
Hitler on the other hand charged into a beer hall with a machine gun with the plans to give a rousing speech with the intent of using the mob's anger to instigate a Mussolini-like coup and to size power by force. When that failed he got sent to the big house wherein he wrote a popular memoir detailing every person he hated and wanted to "get rid of," and his glorious war plans for Germany's future. Flash forward to a few years later where his party used paramilitarism, false flag attacks, and brute force to cause the Weimar Republic to cede control to him. He then immediately started consolidating his power, and murdered the living hell out of his political rivals and opponents (brownshirts, the commies and the unionists) and drove the survivors into exile. Once this was done he then turned his attention to certain undesirable social groups, and you know the rest of the story from there.
Now if you read these two paragraphs and you noticed the similarity in that they both wrote popular books before they were in office, and therefore they are one & the same; you might just be a little too retarded to vote, much less get elected to office, or hold any job that requires a high school diploma.
I am a big C.S. Lewis hater myself, but that is mainly because I find the religious morality so blatantly pushed by his books to be cheap and intellectually demeaning to the target young adult audience. The best example of this would be the way the character Susan turned out in The Last Battle: (SPOILER!) so the girl is no longer right with God, oh sorry, Aslan & Narnia because she grew up and developed an interest in boys, and starting caring a lot about her appearance?
The shit apple never falls far from the shit tree Randy!
Where the hell are Scully & Mulder when you need them?
"And only one arrest came of the whole night, a single marijuana possession charge."
Hellyeah baby! My tax dollars at work!
To all of the wingnut clowns who think that just because you click the like means your winning: bumping the votes by changing your IP address doesn't count, and neither does the perceived popularity online of a given view on this subject. What matters are the facts, and Mari Herreras did a great job at documenting them. You right wing lunes who obsess over imaginary conspiracies involving La Raza never cease to amaze me with your ability to conjure up total utter bullshit out of your asses. I attended a few after school meetings of my school's chapter in my senior year; all that was discussed was how to get involved in making the community a better and safer place. Here is a little fun fact for you; I'm a white kid who attended a mostly Latino charter school, and I took a semester each of Chicano Cultural Studies, Chicano Literature, and Cultural Tolerance/Bigotry Awareness. Did it make me loath myself and turn me into a "La Raza" activist? No, dipshits, all it did was broaden my horizons, and taught me a lot about a culture that I wasn't raised in. I'm a more empathetic, educated, and wise human being as result of that, and I eternally grateful that it was a part of my school's curriculum.
Furthermore the cultural bigotry and racism of Bob Cap is truly a gem. It would be funny except for the fact that he actually is convinced that he is right.
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