Friday, June 23, 2006

My First Review From the Right.

You'd think that after almost three months I'd have more than one.

A comment by Anonymous that made my email, but not the blog.

Wow! The self-righteous hyperbole on this site is a forum for the insane. The
lack of rational thought in relation to historical events (facts) make this site
a fantasy lovers delight.

Gee, I have no problem with the "self-righteous hyperbole", I do get passionate when it comes to my country. However, I can't take credit for "forum for the insane", as I believe that FoxNews has that trademarked. Anytime you'd like to debate rational thought in relation to historical events, just let me know. And as a matter of fact I am a fantasy lover, Lord of the Rings, The Wheel of Time and Harry Potter.

Sure, overheated rhetoric will rally the rabid, unthinking radicals in your
movement. Those who are capable of taking in more than one thought at a time are
less likely to accept the "I'm right, the world is wrong!" idealism you have

Overheated rhetoric? I haven't even warmed up yet. I don't think I have a chance at taking the rabid, unthinking radicals away from your side. You're close, but "I'm right, the Right is wrong", would be more accurate.

I'm saddened that Americans like yourself are so partisan and devisive. It's
amzing to me that the least tolerant seem to be the ones who preach tolerance!
("progressives" - your characterization, not mine - "liberals" and "democrats".)

I learned the partisanship and devisiveness from those draft-dodging pussies like Limbaugh, Savage, Boortz and others too numerous to mention. I consider myself very tolerant of everyone, except those who lie in order to advance their particular position. And I have never called myself a "progressive". I'm a liberal and a Democrat, and I'm proud of it. Hence, the name of the blog. I'll be damned before I let the Right's propaganda make me afraid to call myself a liberal.

There is a reason folks like Ted Kennedy, Dennis Cassinich (spelling), Howard
Dean and other radicals have such narrow support and can't win national
elections. Their ideas haven't worked, don't work, and are just kooky.

Yes there is, the Right have the so-called "liberal media" in their pocket. Ideas that haven't worked, don't work and are just kooky?

So is this site.


--Posted by Anonymous to Redneck Liberal at
6/22/2006 01:31:26 PM

Anonymous, I appreciate you standing up for what you believe, even though we disagree, I hope you return. We kooky liberals believe in free speech.


  1. You are right. We do belive in free speech. I hope they come back and learn something

  2. "The self-righteous hyperbole"

    I thought that the right had a patent on self-righteous hyperbole.

  3. 6 years of spitting on the Constitution, crapping all over the flag and lying to Congress and the world and there are still people who support Bush. It's unbelievable. Citizens in any other country would have kicked him out of the office long ago. It's just outrageous that blind faith will make some believe they are patriots when all they're doing is destroying the country and make more enemies all over the planet.


I did not mean that Conservatives are generally stupid; I meant, that stupid persons are generally Conservative. I believe that to be so obvious and undeniable a fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it.

John Stuart Mill (May 20 1806 – May 8 1873)