Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Leftists Rarely Show Conservatives Any Respect

The lack of civility, respect, decorum and truthfulness of the liberal leftist segment of our society knows absolutely no bounds. Their ugliness was in full force yesterday, as the ObamaBorg Bot Kool-Aid drinkers in the crowd jeered and verbally bashed President George W. Bush as he entered the inaugural festivities. These people could not even be respectful enough to just KEEP QUIET if they don't like the former president. But no! They had to show how truly classless they are by verbally abusing and bashing him one last time. Such a shame. Liberalism is indeed a mental disorder.

What is so hypocritical of them is that now that "their guy" is in the White House (fraudulently - but that's another post), they want everyone to be civil towards him. My question. Where was their civility (and Obama's in his speech when he gave a jab at President Bush) for the past eight years of Bush's presidency?

I have found that liberal bloggers don't usually show ANY respect for conservatives, period. This is true especially online. The people over at Digg are some of the worst examples of people who can't be civil and/or respectful towards those with whom they disagree. Instead of debating the issues, they attack the messengers. And don't even get me started on the Media of Mass Deception's treatment of conservatives/Christians!

Some liberals who comment here left some verbally abusive attacks against me and other Christian commenters. They get to say whatever they want and think that they should get away with it. However, if a Christian comes back with some solid and truthful information about - let's say - the Obamessiah, or the "No on Prop. 8 radicals - we are accused of being "hateful" or any other number of names.

The difference is that the leftists attack the person - because of who they are (or who and/or what they voted for); while the conservatives/Christians attack the leftists ideas, ideology, and ignorant rantings.

The leftists don't usually get away with a lot of their truly vile and hateful rhetoric here at this blog because of comment moderation. If you ever read what some "anonymous" bloggers have written, you'd be disgusted.

Occasionally, I will let the more "cleaned up" rants through in order to respond. This is what happened this morning.

I read a comment by GMPilot under the Election Bible Codes thread, and considered not publishing it. Then, I reconsidered and posted the comment. The following is a copy of the conversation between us:

January 20, 2009 3:19:00 PM PST
GMpilot said...
Bible codes, now! Hoo boy!!

What's next...eviscerating a goat and "reading" its entrails?

BTW, Drosnin's code simply showed that Jeffrey's code is too ambiguous to be considered reliable, let alone a hidden message from some supernatural being.
Others have been down that road before, and it's always a dead end.
And what sort of a God who wants to reveal himself to everyone would create a 'code' whereby only certain people would know about him? (Well, a schizophrenic God would, but we won't go there.)

Besides, in December 2012, according to the Mayans and some others, the world will end anyway--just like it did when all the computers rolled over on Jan. 1, 2000 (the infamous Y2K "bug").

What's that? The world didn't end? How about that!

Codes in clothing! Sheesh!

"Plus, look at the ties! The Bushes and Obama are wearing blue ties, and Clinton and Carter are wearing red! Hmmmm...."

This sounds a lot like the old "code" supposedly used by gay men: a colored hankie in the left pocket meant one thing, but in the right pocket it meant something else...and the color of the hankie was also supposed to be significant. You used to be perceptive as well as strident. Now you've come to this: looking for codes in old texts and men's clothing.

Your desperation becomes greater with each succeeding post, hostess. It’s tragic. I’m waiting for when you decide to choose between sacrificing a virgin or a heifer.


Note the mocking tone of his comment. Par for the course - as they say - for this guy. Why do I continue to answer his bitter rantings? I don't really know. I would think by now (after so many years) that he would be tired of the banter. Any guesses why he isn't?

Anyway, here is my reply:

January 21, 2009 12:00:00 AM PST
Christinewjc said...
GM wrote:

"And what sort of a God who wants to reveal himself to everyone would create a 'code' whereby only certain people would know about him? (Well, a schizophrenic God would, but we won't go there.)"


Christine: The text of the Bible alone is sufficient enough for people to discover God and answer the question that Jesus poses, "Who do you say that I am?"

In biblical times when Jesus physically walked the earth and ministered to the people there were plenty of mockers (like you GM) who dismissed Jesus' claims that he is God's Son who came as our Savior to die in our place on the cross at Calvary in order for all believers throughout all time to be reconciled back unto Holy God.

It is written that Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except by me." The Pharisees knew that the use of the terms "I am" was particularly significant. It was Jesus' outright claim to be God. Here was their long-awaited Messiah - God in the flesh - Immanuel. Yet they rejected him.

No one needs the Bible codes to believe in the Truth. However, they do show a mathematical form of genius within the text - particularly within the Torah.

Like I have written before, it matters not what Christian believers think of the Bible codes. What they think of God's written Word - the Bible, and God's Living Word - Jesus are what unites all born again believers in the single cause of evangelism - teaching and preaching Jesus Christ and him crucified.

GM wrote:

"You used to be perceptive as well as strident."

You claim here that I USED to be perceptive, which means you thought:

per·cep·tive (pər-sěp'tĭv) Pronunciation Key
adj.
Of or relating to perception: perceptive faculties.

Having the ability to perceive; keen in discernment.
Marked by discernment and understanding; sensitive.
per·cep'tive·ly adv., per'cep·tiv'i·ty (pûr'sěp-tĭv'ĭ-tē), per·cep'tive·ness (pər-sěp'tĭv-nĭs) n.


The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
Cite This Source
perceptive

adjective
1. of or relating to perception; "perceptive faculties"
2. having the ability to perceive or understand; keen in discernment; "a perceptive eye"; "a perceptive observation" [ant: unperceiving]


WordNet® 3.0, © 2006 by Princeton University.

You claim that I USED to be "strident," which means:

stri⋅dent   /ˈstraɪdnt/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [strahyd-nt] Show IPA Pronunciation

–adjective 1. making or having a harsh sound; grating; creaking: strident insects; strident hinges.
2. having a shrill, irritating quality or character: a strident tone in his writings.
3. Linguistics. (in distinctive feature analysis) characterized acoustically by noise of relatively high intensity, as sibilants, labiodental and uvular fricatives, and most affricates.


Origin:
1650–60; <>

Well then, if I was "keen in discernment" and also had "a shrill, irritating quality or character: a strident tone in his (her) writings., that must mean that you recognize the fact that through the skill of discernment afforded to me by the power of the Holy Spirit of God, I do share the truth of the Bible. However, being the nemesis that you have been over the years, you also admit to absolutely hating the way I share such revealed truth.

Yep...sounds about right!
There seems to be something that is uniquely strange about labeling me both "perceptive" and "strident" all in the same sentence. It's almost like GM is admitting that yes..."perceptive" Christine is sharing the truth here at this blog. However, since GM can't handle the truth he just loves to reject such truth by hurling an insult my way. Wow...sounds just like a typical liberal left loonie over at Digg!

In a previous blog post, I introduced a new website that I discovered called, American Prophet.org. I sent off an email note to the author of the excellent articles posted there, Rev. M. Bresciani, just to tell him how much I enjoyed and appreciated his essays. How kind of him to write back, thank me, and express appreciation for this blog. He placed a link to Talk Wisdom at his website! I was thrilled!

Last night, I also noticed this commentary placed at the American Prophet website:

I was pleased to find a website that thought so much of this site to make it their choice for "website of the week," and they included a re-print of one of my latest articles. I was even more pleased to find that their blog had some of the most intelligent, decent Christian bloggers I have found anywhere in quite a long time. Finding blogs that are well moderated decent and where you can actually learn something is growing harder each day so I must say I have added their site here as my "Website of the Week." Please enjoy a visit to Talk Wisdom Blogspot.


Thank you for your very kind words, Rev. Bresciani! Certainly appreciate it!

My dear Christian brothers and sisters who comment here at this blog - THANK YOU! Your intelligent, decent, and educational comments have not gone unnoticed by many, many visitors - including Rev. Bresciani!

I hope that readers here have taken the time to read many of the other essays over at American Prophet. They are intelligently written, decently presented, certainly educational and best of all - biblically-based commentaries! Everyone can benefit from reading them!

Take special note of Rev. Bresciani's message about the inauguration:

With the inauguration of Barack Obama looming there are countless millions of Americans who can't believe that the most liberal, un-vetted, un-accomplished little known politician in American history is about to become the 44th President of this great nation. For some it is a nation caught off guard by an unprecedented push of the liberal media who knew full well that America was almost totally distracted by, economic woes, Iraq and Hollywood and media's incessant Bush bashing. Several years of Lettermen's "Great Moments in Presidential Speeches" were specifically aimed at Bush and McCain was treated like a circus clown in many references and skits. To ask why such disdain and hatred would draw a blank stare and is much like asking a Nazi or a Muslim just why they have so much hatred for Jews. The answers if any were offered always sounds like a house of cards, flimsy and subject to the shaking of almost any other ideology and driven by raw basic stupidity. Here's my answer in a word, "demonic" or to be more theologically succinct in two words, "demonically driven." It would seem easy just to say "you get what you ask for" but since this nation is important to so many that would be incorrect. Keep up the fight!


We will!

11 comments:

rebecca said...

It is great for Christian believers to gather together and share the truth of the Gospel and the TRUTH of conservative principles especially in this very dark time.

People who speak against Christ and against conservative Christian principles are absolutely vile. You can see that in the mocking tone of comments on this blog that are VILE, EVIL, and filled with DARKNESS and LIBERALISM.

FREE SPEECH should not be abused to disparage God and promote satanic idols like NOBAMA.

4simpsons said...

They even booed President Bush at the inauguration! No class at all.

They are going to need some serious therapy when they realize their lives will still be miserable with Obama in charge.

Christinewjc said...

I didn't watch the inaugural, so I am now finding out about these obscenity spewing creeps via blogs and articles at WorldNetDaily

I can't wait to see their faces when their Obamination falls from his pedestal of adoration as he fails to meet their utopia-on- earth expectations.

They will deserve every bit of disappointment and despair, too.

Euripides said...

Liberals, gay activists, atheists, and religion haters in general simply cannot right a coherent argument without attacking the individual. Pro gay bloggers can't seem to create an argument about "tolerance" without resorting to intolerance of religion. And I've found many of the comments about my blogs unprintable, which leads me to believe that these folks simply cannot write without using bad language. Thanks to my parents, I grew up in a household understanding that swearing only showed ignorance.

GMpilot said...

CJW: "Liberalismm is indeed a mental disorder."

"The difference is that the leftists attack the person - because of who they are (or who and/or what they voted for);..."


So where did the term "ObamaBorg Bot Kool-Aid drinkers" come from? A liberal? Or maybe a conservative Christian such as yourself?
How easily the demand for "respect" rolls off your tongue...but if you don't give any, you don't get any. That's something both sides need to remember.

I self-censor my posts, hostess. You have every right to determine what gets printed on your blog, but always remember: you invited me here. If you don't like what I have to say, ban me.

Of course, that would show a certain shallowness on your part, but go ahead if you wish; I can't stop you.
But don't you EVER again claim that you're free of name-calling. I took the above quotes from you in this very post, so you can't claim they're out of context.

Spend some time reinforcing your glass house.

Christinewjc said...

GM,

The "Liberalism is a mental disorder" is a phrase coined by Michael Savage. Research has been done by psychologists and psychiatrists that actually back up that assertion! Go search the archives at WorldNetDaily to find the article.

"ObamaBorg Bot Kool-Aid drinkers" is quite descriptive of many of the followers of Obama. Instead of typing out what "The Borg" of Star Trek fame is, and what a "Bot" is, and what the Kool-Aid drinkers reference is to (most either get it or can figure it out), I simply use that description to get my point about their cult-like mentality across.

You wrote:

"How easily the demand for "respect" rolls off your tongue...but if you don't give any, you don't get any. That's something both sides need to remember.

You see, that's the trouble. For eight years the liberal left NEVER EVER had anything good to say about President Bush. They even showed terrible disrespect towards Bush at the inauguration. But now, they want their Obamamessiah bowed down to by everyone.

Hypocrisy - that is thy name!

Where did I say that I want to ban you? I simply asked the question of why are you here if you, on the one hand, claim that I am "perceptive;" yet, on the other hand find my writings "strident." If you think so badly about me and what I write...why bother?

You remind me of that character in the movie - Batman Forever - Two-Faced, who was brilliantly played by Tommy Lee Jones. One reviewer of the movie describes the character as:

"a maniacal mad-man turned into a laughing idiot that hops up and down whenever he blows something up."

I didn't say that I was free of name-calling. However, I do not think that I have ever threatened anyone with foul language and cursing or with bodily harm like the liberals do against conservatives and Christians.

About your comment that, "something both sides need to remember." Very true. It is the one part of you entire comment that I can agree with.

However, 99% of the time respect is never given to conservatives/Christians by the liberal left. They spew their hate-filled rhetoric with a vengence and are often unrelenting (and totally unrepentant) about it.

Now, what was that you wrote about throwing rocks at glass houses? Oh wait...you purposely neglected to mention the liberal leftist rocks.

Christinewjc said...

While following some links via another blog, I stumbled upon the following blog post:

The Awakening of a Dumb (Gay) American. [Note: The title of the post was HIS IDEA - not mine.]

It's quite good, actually.

Although I don't agree with this person's lifestyle, how refreshing it is to see that he "gets it" regarding the fact that Christianity isn't out to kill him because of it. He admits that he cannot say the same thing about Islam!

He even has something nice to say about Governor Sarah Palin! Imagine that! Of course, his liberal leftist buddies didn't like hearing his "politically incorrect" view of her.

This man's essay is just one example of that small percentage of leftists who genuinely CAN show conservatives and Christians some respect. I'm glad that I found it and read it.

Gary Baker said...

"but if you don't give any, you don't get any. That's something both sides need to remember."

I am reminded of the thousands of dollars of damage the Clinton staff did to the White House areas when Bush was first elected, and the special effort that Bush made to make certain that President Obama would not have to face that. Meanwhile, the Obama crowd on the mall leaves the place looking like a pig sty after the ceremony.

I'm reminded of how democrat senators refer to the service men as war criminals. How they undermine 50 men whose service was every bit as exemplary as John Kerry's for the simple reason that they expressed their opinion.

I'm reminded of how Bush is called liar and war criminal for saying expressing the belief that Iraq had WMD's (more than were actually found) when everyone from Gore to both Clintons to Kerry to Edwards said the same thing on the record.

I'm reminded of how Trent Lott was forced from his leadership position for complementing an old man at his birthday while the democrats embrace a former KKK official. Of how a republican resigned in disgrace for a solicitation scandal very similar to one performed by a democrat who was subsequently re-elected.

I'm reminded of how liberals claim to champion rights for women and minorities and yet savage people such as Colin Powell, Condi Rice, and Sarah Palin. I'm reminded how all of this is based strictly on toeing the liberal line and has nothing to do with worth or integrity.

Gary Baker said...

I got so worked up, I forgot the punch line, which is this: When modern liberal ideology or President Obama gives me something to respect, I will gladly show it. Right now, the things that he is naming for his main agenda is rewarding irresponsible behavior, ensuring that people have a clear path to kill the unborn, stifling free speech and freedom of association, increasing debt and taxation, implementing economic policies that will prolong the recession, and working to permanently redefine marriage against the will of the majority in the country.

I got nothing...

Christinewjc said...

Dear Gary,

All I can say is WOW and AMEN! I can't even add anything because your comments here today are so excellently stated!!

May I ask a favor of you? Would you consider being a "guest blogger" here at Talk Wisdom? These two comments deserve their own blog post! Just give me a title and your awesome essay will be the latest Talk Wisdom "blogment!"

Gary Baker said...

Christine,

I would be honored to be considered a "guest blogger" at Talkwisdom. As for a title, how about "Respect Needs to be Earned."

BTW - Mike, for what it's worth, I spend a considerable part of my time in anguished prayer asking God to bless our leaders and this nation. Contrary to what so many think, a good many of the Christians are not bringing up these items to be judgmental. They are bringing them up in the hope that the nation can avoid judgment. The key, however, is repentance, and that's one thing the milk-soppy, pasty-faced, feel-good kind of preaching that is so popular in liberal churches these days will not spur. It does a person or a nation no good to allow them to be comfortable in their sins. From what I understand, it's a lot like gangrene: It doesn't hurt. It just stinks until parts of you start dying. I would rather the country be broken hearted and saved than comfortably fall into nothingness.