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Tea party conservatives explained.
11/13/10, 21:30

"What we are against is an all-powerful, all-controlling state that thinks it is entitled to as much money as it wants, and can make whatever laws it sees fit to impose, with or without your consent."

That's what does it for me. There are some other gems in there, but holy fuck, what a cartoonishly stupid thing to say.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I introduce humanbeing151
11/13/10, 19:59

Ooo boy. That is not good.
How Is Babby Formed - Xtranormal version
11/13/10, 19:58

I usually don't care for these things, but the dancing. The dancing.
Rachel Maddow interviews Jon Stewart
11/13/10, 16:28

I think that sums it up very well, Bort. But it still seems like a silly point, to me. It's only a conversation-stopper if you're small-minded enough to only allow Pol Pot and his ilk to define the term.

You get people making similar statements about "gray rape". Some people hear "rape" and they immediately think of a woman being pinned down at knife point by some hooded creep, and they're hesitant to call anything less violent "actual rape". And I admit, even if you can draw a solid line between rape and not-rape, not everyone will agree.

But the subject of whether or not waterboarding is torture, and whether torture is a war crime is pretty clear cut, at least legally. The U.S. has convicted and hanged people for it in the past. It's clearly on the spectrum of war crimes, albeit arguably the weak end.

Sure, some people will hear "war crimes" and think of Cambodia, and refuse to accept anything less, but I consider that a failing. It's dismissive and more than a little childish.
Rachel Maddow interviews Jon Stewart
11/13/10, 13:30

I think it would have been a little more harsh, too, if he hadn't been so obviously ill. But yeah, I wager he chose to talk to Rachel Maddow because he doesn't want to have the sort of conversation he would have had with Olbermann or any of those other guys. I have faintly more respect for her, too.
Rachel Maddow interviews Jon Stewart
11/13/10, 13:15

I found this really, really interesting. Not that that's at all surprising.

The main point where I disagree with Stewart is the part about Bush not really being a war criminal because he isn't as bad as Pol Pot. WTF is that? I want to chalk that up to him not really being clear, probably due to being sick, but who knows.

While I think it's incredibly important to have perspective when talking about true atrocities, I'm disappointed that he basically pooh-poohs Bush's actual war crimes. It just seems painfully ironic and hypocritical of him, considering how disappointed he seems to be with critics of the rally who misinterpreted his message as drawing an equivalency between Fox and MSNBC. In the same way that you can criticize MSNBC's style and methods even if they aren't as bad as Fox, you can call Bush a war criminal even if he isn't as bad as Pol Pot/Hitler/whomever.

I differ with him in a few other areas - mostly about what "evil" means - but overall I think this is the conversation that needs to be happening in the U.S. right now. He's absolutely right about the false division between democrat/left/blue/liberal vs republican/right/red/conservative, and how the focus should be on corrupt/insane/extremist vs not. The question is whether this idea will catch on and actually make a difference. (Probably not noticeably.)
Lemmy the squeaking cat
11/13/10, 09:22

My best friend's cat made a sound like this, only it sounded more like a cricket chirp, or maybe a small sparrow. I miss that little guy.
Creation Celebration
11/13/10, 09:00

Ugh.
Aliens shot down California missile
11/13/10, 08:52

lithium, sorry
Aliens shot down California missile
11/13/10, 08:12

Her fear of pharmaceuticals, and her deliberate mention of lithim (which is used to treat schizophrenia) makes me wonder if there are people in her life who have tried to get her medicated. If so, this interview is NOT helping their efforts.
Rotor Wake Visualization at Full Scale Flying Conditions
11/12/10, 18:14

I'm trying to imagine what a chemtrail nut job would think if they saw one of these flying around.
Titty Fish cover
11/12/10, 16:07

*lighter*
Many too small boxes and Maru
11/11/10, 23:21

That box doesn't looks so small. I'm sure he can - wait, here he comes. Oh.
Expanding earth my ass.
11/10/10, 20:45

The scientific community was right to doubt Wegener; at the time, he did not have sufficient evidence to back up his hypothesis. He turned out to be right, but science isn't about placing bets - and the lesson certainly isn't that scientists should give equal merit to any and every hypothesis, no matter how far-fetched or asinine.

This expanding earth nonsense is utter shit and it will remain utter shit until the mechanism is explained and evidence backs it up. I don't think either of those things will ever happen, and I'll happily take the risk of one day eating those words.
Neanderthal High-Pitched Voice Theory
11/09/10, 15:29

0:44 - Elliott questions every career decision he ever made.
Happy Carl Sagan Day!
11/09/10, 15:21

I miss this guy so much.
The Aetherius Society in Action
11/09/10, 14:59

This is exactly how stupid all religious belief seems to me. My dog is less gullible than these people, and she barks whenever someone on TV rings a doorbell.
.50 Cal William Tell
11/08/10, 19:32

Needs a Freddie Wong tag.
Floating Cube in Center
11/06/10, 22:40

Stupid brain! Stop making decisions for me!
Bill Maher on The Rally to Restore Sanity
11/06/10, 20:08

Maher says that Stewart and Colbert should have "sided with the sane and the reasonable", but I think that's exactly what they did.

It really isn't as simple as saying that the left is sane and reasonable and the right is insane and unreasonable. That's a child's game. Sure, it isn't "evenly distributed in both parties", but when did they ever say that it was? When did they equate Olbermann and Beck? Maybe I missed it?

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