At a time of great financial crisis a nation turns to charismatic, eloquent unkown who preaches a better future for them as a country. USA 2008….Germany 1933….
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I know my critics think I am far too cynical and over the top already, but I can’t help but thinking that you are clearly on to something here with your interesting observation.
Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch
More from Bill:
Just how long before he introduces a whole raft of legislation seeking to grant special rights to homosexuals, including the right to marry?
Wait a second, Bill. Non-homosexuals already have the right to marry, so how is granting homosexuals the right to marry tantamount to granting them special rights?
You might as well be complaining about the time when legislation was introduced seeking to grant special rights to women, including the right to vote.
You see, Bill? You see how you’re not making any sense whatsoever? You see how you’ve just made yourself look like a complete idiot?
You don’t see, do you? Here’s a tip: look up “special” in the dictionary. (No, not the Christian Student Dictionary. I mean a real dictionary.)
Fundamentalism. It’s not even about the lack of critical thinking anymore. It’s about the lack of functional English.