News from Montana’s Conservative blogosphere – Bin Laden is a Democrat

by jhwygirl

Not only do they continue to try and paint Lewie Schneller a Democrat, but apparently they’re touting a fake Bin Laden Democratic Presidential campaign.

Lovely.

And we’re supposed to take them seriously? A reasonable voice for conservative politics?

They’re making it a bit difficult, I say.

If you want to go straight to the good stuff from the right, may I recommend for your reading pleasure the following:

The Montana Misanthrope, and Montana Politics.

– all blogs that I enjoy, and where I can count on reading a thoughtfully presented conservative viewpoint.

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  1. Ayn Rand

    and i thought this would be a slow night of blogging what with all the libs dressed up as loons at the big gathering in Missoula.

  2. loons, huh?

    And you want me to take you seriously too, I suppose?

  3. Hey Ayn, I was there! Dressed as myself!

  4. noodly appendage

    Great report on the meeting, Carol. I liked the report that the one city council candidate supported increased road congestion.

    That’s a platform that needs additional publicity.

  5. Ayn Rand

    alphabet,
    Believe me when I say, I don’t stay awake at night hoping the lefty loons take me seriously. Believe me also that I do take the lefties seriously and you and your philosophies scare me to death. Most of you are hateful and full of vitriol and are mostly two faced when you talk of politics. Most of you hate this country, its military and the fact that there are folks like me out here that want to protect our borders. The double standards that you all stand behind are, most times, laughable, but mostly scary. I stand for all those things that you are against and I would like to believe that through discourse we could come to some agreements. But that is a distant dream and we all wake up from dreams. So respect, I don’t really care, as you don’t respect much of what I believe anyway.

  6. you and your philosophies scare me to death.

    Good. So die already instead of whining about it.

  7. Now, would that be the double standard of a government sending its troops to fight an unnecessary war without the proper equipment, Ayn? Or is that the double standard of an individual who supports that same war and wants to protect our country yet hasn’t found the time to serve on the front lines himself?

    I love this country. I’m the daughter and niece of veterans. I simply feel that as a country, we can do better and live up to our standards. However, I’m not ready for those standards to include torture, rendition and wars of choice. Why are you?

    I think it’s very interesting that many of those who think (and blog) that Iraq is a just war have not made any personal sacrifices for this war. Nor do they expect the government that began it to ask those same sacrifices of its citizens.

  8. Ayn Rand

    hmm and you know a bunch of

    “an individual who supports that same war and wants to protect our country yet hasn’t found the time to serve on the front lines himself? ”

    these folks.

    I would have thought you knew people that wouldn’t fight to save there own country let alone thier way of of life. I guess we really are different.

    BTW when is the last time you sacrificed for your country?? And writing blogs doen’t count. I’ll put my creds up against yours any day. But then you would be the first to wimper when the wolf is at your door.

  9. Ayn Rand – I don’t really give a hoot about what you think of me. At all.

    Ain’t losing sleep over it, ain’t thinking about it at all.

    I got more important things to worry about. And obviously you know what they are. I print them here.

    So thanks for reading, appreciate it.

  10. My neighbor’s sheepdog shows up two to three times a day at my door, Ayn. I give her a good scratch behind her ears. Does that count as street cred?

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