Angry New Yorker

Friday, September 03, 2004
We're certainly biased here at Angry New Yorker, given we're strong Republicans, but in comparing the just finished GOP Convention to the Democrat Convention in Boston we noticed a focused message and a clear direction. Obviously we'd have liked to hear many other issues addressed. Still, the speeches were excellent, in particular the President's.
The left is in hysterics, with statements such as:
"The Zell Miller speech was a wakeup call. That wasn't an election speech, that was incitement to a lynch mob. Guess who's the guest of honor? Think about it. Why was the Miller speech so scary? Answer -- you're next. That's what Miller was saying. After this election we put on the brown shirts."

Brown shirts? Ironically the "party of peace" is fond of tarring Republicans with the imagery of fascism that in response demanded, surprise, forceful military action to defeat -- just what President Bush is doing now against Islamofascists. As Ron Silver, no right-winger he, eloquently said, "[e]ven though I am a well-recognized liberal on many issues confronting our society today, I find it ironic that many human rights advocates and outspoken members of my own entertainment community are often on the front lines to protest repression, for which I applaud them but they are usually the first ones to oppose any use of force to take care of these horrors that they catalogue repeatedly." That sums it up, in our opinion. (His entire speech is available here:,2933,130656,00.html).

Let's keep the democrats and their failed ideas of appeasement, social control, and political correctness on the run.

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