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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by HollowHead, Oct 10, 2010.
And you really think this is a big deal?
Wanna bet if he was a Democrat this wouldn't even be a story?
Good point. A black viciously murders people because they are white and not nary a second of national coverage. Mass media bias would be laughable if more people didn't choose to get the news from the mass media.
Liberals cannot debate anyone on their record so they constantly focus on distractions.
This is not a big deal at all and I think the voters know that but cry babies and the media will still try to make a story out of it.
Never Forget! ...but please don't remind me.
Well, somebody has to play the role of the enemy in a reenactment. Otherwise, it would look like a 1940s Civil War.
So how exactly do you have historical reinactment without the bad guys? I mean Shooting USA ran a program that showed a whole bunch of people dressed up in Nazi uniforms as part of a Battle of the Bulge reinactment. The guys playing the roles of americans would look kinda funny if they were just charging at bushes and trees.
Notice no one ever dresses up as a Jap or Italian soldier...
No one seemed to mind when Tom Cruise dressed as a nazi in that movie a while back.
It isn't about the behavior, people will attack something about anyone they don't like. It isn't a reason, it's an excuse.
I'd be disappointed, but I'm kind of past that. I just expect this sort of nonsense, mountain-out-of-a-molehill, garbage, now.
That's because he was playing a "good" Nazi.
You know, one that wanted to surprise murder his commander in chief, because he was such a "bad" Nazi. I suppose the labels of good and bad are just relative, eh?
Don't try to figure it out, seems to make perfect sense only to those with the correct ideology.
Not everyone who served in the Waffen-SS was a dishonorable person.
No, this is not a defense of Nazism, this is a defense of good men wearing a uniform tainted by those who were as not benevolent.