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April 21, 2010 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Family values, Politics, socialism, Uncategorized | Tags: Barack Obama, birthers, Canada Free Press, Jayme Evans, Obama birth certificate | 15 comments
From Jayme Evans @ world of wits/ Canada Free Press:
Finally, I object to the televised, verbal crucifixion of Lt. Col. Lakin by you and Megyn Kelly. This man is a decorated soldier who is putting his career and his future in peril by standing up for something he believes in and the best the two of you can do is to ridicule him, calling him a “true believer”, or implying that he wants to get thrown out of the military. The two of you carried on about the military having no place for those who question orders, but displayed a stunning level of ideological cowardice in the process. When gay service members flaunt the rules, I’ve never heard either of you ridicule them in such a manner. Your claims to fairness and objectivity, like your claims of single-handedly solving the riddle of the missing birth certificate, are empty.
Who are you to stand in judgment over a career soldier, having never put on a military uniform yourself? You mistakenly think that Lakin was simply trying to make a political statement, but I wouldn’t expect you to grasp the concept that he was actually jumping on the figurative grenade.
You blew this one, O’Reilly. You owe Lt. Col. Lakin an apology and you owe your audience far more than the sophomoric analysis you’ve given them on this issue thus far, Pinhead. I don’t care how many of those stupid tote bags you’ve sold or how many books you’ve written, but if it’s any comfort, I do partially agree with the teacher who coined the title of your memoir. You’re definitely a piece of something, alright, but whatever it is, it’s not bold, it’s not fresh and it definitely doesn’t smell like anything even remotely resembling humanity.
For full article: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/22155