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    Conservative Leader Paul Weyrich Dies; First to Lead Heritage

    Paul M. Weyrich, chairman and CEO of the Free Congress Foundation and first president of The Heritage Foundation, died this morning around 1 a.m. He was 66 years old. Weyrich was a good friend to many of us at Heritage, a true leader and a man of unbending principle. He won Heritage’s prestigious Clare Boothe Luce Award in 2005.
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    5. for almost anyone who dies, I have a rule to not say anything if I can't say something good.

    But in this case, I'll make an exception.

    Please spend an eternity in HELL you piece of shit.

    ( and if hell doesn't exist, I hope some supreme being creates one just for you ).
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    16. I hope the fucker rots in hell

    let's all send a "love" letter to his family telling them what a fucked up evil bastard he was!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aprilrazz View Post
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    Yes folks the party of love and compassion.
    I'll lay ya odds those sick bastards have never heard of Paul Weyrich before. They are just programed to hate anyone that's not a commie or socialist that hates america.
    The 21st century. The age of Smart phones and Stupid people.

    It is said that branches draw their life from the vine. Each is separate yet all are one as they share one life giving stem . The Bible tells us we are called to a similar union in life, our lives with the life of God. We are incorporated into him; made sharers in his life. Apart from this union we can do nothing.
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    You gotta understand April, these people are the same people who celebrated when Ronald Reagan passed away, when his wife Nancy went into the hospital recently, when Chuck Heston died...they're mean and nasty people. One thing we Conservatives have is class; we may not agree with Liberal morons like Mike Moore & Al Franken but I doubt you'd find half as many of us celebrating their death or saying "I hope they rot in Hell".

    Just move on folks....nothing to see here but more bitter Liberals. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinejcksn View Post
    You gotta understand April, these people are the same people who celebrated when Ronald Reagan passed away, when his wife Nancy went into the hospital recently, when Chuck Heston died...they're mean and nasty people. One thing we Conservatives have is class; we may not agree with Liberal morons like Mike Moore & Al Franken but I doubt you'd find half as many of us celebrating their death or saying "I hope they rot in Hell".

    Just move on folks....nothing to see here but more bitter Liberals. :p
    You forgot the incident a few years ago, when a small plane was reported as crashed in Georgia. A whole thread was dedicated to hoping it was Boortz's plane that went down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinejcksn View Post
    We may not agree with Liberal morons like Mike Moore & Al Franken but I doubt you'd find half as many of us celebrating their death or saying "I hope they rot in Hell"
    We wouldn't say "I hope they rot in Hell" anyway, since we're pretty darned sure they're going to. :D

    One would think that such anti-religious folks wouldn't dare to bring up the concept of an afterlife under any circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinejcksn View Post
    You gotta understand April, these people are the same people who celebrated when Ronald Reagan passed away...
    The MSM was all set to celebrate the death of Reagan. Until we all took to the streets to honor him. When his body left the Rotunda and was taken to the airport for his final trip home, I am sure that they were shocked at the out pouring of love and respect for such a great man. I was truly brought to tears. I was lucky enough and very honored to serve in the Army (though only for a short time) with this man as my Commander in Chief. What was so special about that is that it happened on it's own. Now "Let's take it to the streets! Truth to Power!" shit. The only time the left can draw a spontaenous crowd like that is when they riot and want to take free stuff.

    There were so many striking pictures from that day. A few of them have stuck with me since. The Hispanic Marine from the Honor Guard who was crying his eyes out as he saluted. A group of wounded GIs at Walter Reed or some other Military Hostipal standing and saluting in front of a TV set and the plane taking off to California lifted off. What got me about that picture was that a couple of the troops were in front of their wheelchairs being held up by their fellow soldiers.

    Another thing that got to me was the riderless horse with a beautiful pair of riding boots in the stirrups. They were just gorgeous. At first I thought that they were cerimonial but I remembered that they had always been black. I later learned that they were President Reagan's actual riding boots and that he had had them for over forty years.

    For all the dignitaries, World Leaders and former Presidents that attended, I am sure that Ronnie was most touched by two things. That throngs and throngs of people. Everyday, ordinary Americans, as commn as grains of sand took time out of their day to honor him, and that his friend, Maggie Thatcher, old and frail as she was, made the exhausting trip to pay her respects. THAT my friends, was a send off!

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    I went over there to see how many dummies really were grave dancing. The sad part is that the answer is most of them.

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    6. All I can say

    is may the hateful dominionist philosophy he espoused follow him soon.
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    10. Rot in hell you filthy bastard.

    That is all.
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    11. I do not speak ill of the recently deceased.

    ...

    ....

    .....*checks the time*...

    ...Does laughing maniacally count as speech?
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    12. A champagne day...

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    13. In his own words...
    And now, I dance on his grave. I'll do some pissing when I have the urge. Gladly. Happily.
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    17. Yep, he espoused p[erhaps the most evil philosophy ever espoused

    in this nation.
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    15. REJOICE!

    FOR OUR BELOVED PAULIE IS NOW SURELY WITH THE ANGELS,
    RONALD REEKING AND JERRY FUCKEDWELL WHO ART IN HEAVEN...
    SHITTING ON EACH OTHERS RIGHT HAND FOR ETERNITY
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    23. ok, as a non-Christian with no problem speaking ill of the dead

    I can honestly say I'm glad he's dead. Fuck him. He was the antithesis of what America stands for, and one of the early architects of many of our current problems, from religious involvement in government to his stated problems with democracy.

    Fuck him.

    For the concerned: the differences between us and freepertown are myriad. Just because I am saying I am glad he's dead does not mean I am an ass on the same level those people are.
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    21. I'd like to piss on the corpse while it's still warm, but

    I hate standing in long lines. :P :evilgrin:
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    22. I wish I could say he made this country a better place.

    But I can't.
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    29. OK, One good thing about Weyrich...

    He didn't actively molest children and small furry animals, at least as far as I know, and I have no infomation one way or the other when it comes to scaley animals of various sizes.

    Of course, his policies molested them and everyone else, but he didn't do the deed personally (again, as far as I know).

    And that's the best I can say about him.
    There are about 4 people in that thread that arent celebrating. 2 that actually call DU on its hypocrisy. and 7-8 that are "biting their tongue" and not making any comments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aprilrazz View Post
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    Yes folks the party of love and compassion.
    what a sick bastard. :mad:
    Stand up for what is right, even if you have to stand alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    The MSM was all set to celebrate the death of Reagan. Until we all took to the streets to honor him. When his body left the Rotunda and was taken to the airport for his final trip home, I am sure that they were shocked at the out pouring of love and respect for such a great man. I was truly brought to tears. I was lucky enough and very honored to serve in the Army (though only for a short time) with this man as my Commander in Chief. What was so special about that is that it happened on it's own. Now "Let's take it to the streets! Truth to Power!" shit. The only time the left can draw a spontaenous crowd like that is when they riot and want to take free stuff.

    There were so many striking pictures from that day. A few of them have stuck with me since. The Hispanic Marine from the Honor Guard who was crying his eyes out as he saluted. A group of wounded GIs at Walter Reed or some other Military Hostipal standing and saluting in front of a TV set and the plane taking off to California lifted off. What got me about that picture was that a couple of the troops were in front of their wheelchairs being held up by their fellow soldiers.

    Another thing that got to me was the riderless horse with a beautiful pair of riding boots in the stirrups. They were just gorgeous. At first I thought that they were cerimonial but I remembered that they had always been black. I later learned that they were President Reagan's actual riding boots and that he had had them for over forty years.

    For all the dignitaries, World Leaders and former Presidents that attended, I am sure that Ronnie was most touched by two things. That throngs and throngs of people. Everyday, ordinary Americans, as commn as grains of sand took time out of their day to honor him, and that his friend, Maggie Thatcher, old and frail as she was, made the exhausting trip to pay her respects. THAT my friends, was a send off!

    That was his saddle as well. That is a great photo of Black Jack.
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    And you all wonder why I think we should hang them all with their own intestines?

    rm -rf obama*
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