Right-wing lawmaker loses it, assaults female rivals on national television

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    Jun 07, 2012 6:32 PM GMT
    "Manhunt for Greek lawmaker who hit female rival on live television"
    http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/07/12101809-manhunt-for-greek-lawmaker-who-hit-female-rival-on-live-television?lite

    Nice to know Mitt Romney isn't the only right-wing bully in the world. icon_cool.gif
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    Jun 07, 2012 6:42 PM GMT
    TroyAthlete said"Manhunt for Greek lawmaker who hit female rival on live television"
    http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/07/12101809-manhunt-for-greek-lawmaker-who-hit-female-rival-on-live-television?lite

    Nice to know Mitt Romney isn't the only right-wing bully in the world. icon_cool.gif


    First of all your line only works on people who are not educated enough to understand two key bits of information.

    1. European countries are politically left of center, while the United States is politically right of center. That would mean that what is right of center in Europe would still be left of center in this country.

    2. A Fascists government was never a right of center idea and to buy you line of bull you would have to buy into the lefts idea that Fascism is a right wing idea. When you compare Fascism, Communism, Socialism and Progressivism to a free market system it becomes clear just how alike the four are and how very unlike the right wing idea of a free market system they are.

    But on here, you are preaching to the choir!
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    Jun 07, 2012 6:49 PM GMT
    shybuffguy said

    1. European countries are politically left of center, while the United States is politically right of center. That would mean that what is right of center in Europe would still be left of center in this country.


    Aahahahahahahahahaahahahahahahaha.

    "European countries are politically left of center" is a blatantly false overgeneralization. Dame Thatcher was right of center in Europe, and she would be right of center in the United States, contrary to your ridiculous assertion that "what is right of center in Europe would still be left of center in this country."

    That you thought you could get away with passing off that kind of uneducated drivel as fact indicates that right-wing fascists are not nearly as educated (or clever) as they think they are.
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    Jun 07, 2012 7:45 PM GMT
    SBG is one of the most delusional people on this forum.

    Golden Dawn is not just a "far-right" party, it's an avowedly fascist, Nazi-inspired party. Just check out their logo:

    150px-Golden_Dawn_logo.jpg
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    Jun 07, 2012 11:18 PM GMT
    TroyAthlete said"Manhunt for Greek lawmaker who hit female rival on live television"
    http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/07/12101809-manhunt-for-greek-lawmaker-who-hit-female-rival-on-live-television?lite

    Nice to know Mitt Romney isn't the only right-wing bully in the world. icon_cool.gif


    Translate and tell me what the conversation was about then you can make the comparison.

    the neo-nazis comparison to Mit Romney is pure fantasy, spawned by a Liberal philosophy loosing in the polls.
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    Jun 07, 2012 11:55 PM GMT
    JPtheBITCH saidThey seem really intent on pushing the Jonah Goldberg lie.
    No, fascism is a right-wing movement. Always was, always will be. Because it's about corporatism and totalitarianism, both of which are hallmarks of the right.


    Not to mention being utter pussies, as Goldberg has proven by refusing to do a charity fight with Jamie Kilstein after saying conservatives need to beat the socialism out of young people (who he doesn't think should vote).

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/2415975

    It's funny how tough they all are until someone calls their bluff.
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    Jun 08, 2012 5:04 AM GMT
    JPtheBITCH saidThey seem really intent on pushing the Jonah Goldberg lie.
    No, fascism is a right-wing movement. Always was, always will be. Because it's about corporatism and totalitarianism, both of which are hallmarks of the right.



    What?! The farther you get to the right, the smaller the government gets, so how is totalitarianism a right-wing ideology? Shybuffguy is right; fascism, communism, and socialism are much more alike in terms of political structures (strong, centralized government), but they just go about it in different ways. Conservatism is all about shrinking the size of government, not growing it.
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    Jun 08, 2012 10:45 AM GMT
    Yikes that was quite shocking.

    You should never hit a woman, no matter what the provocation (she hit him with a newspaper in retaliation for him throwing a glass of water over another woman).

    Politicians/ political spokespersons should always keep their cool, this guy was a thug.

    Loz
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    Jun 08, 2012 10:57 AM GMT
    shybuffguy said
    TroyAthlete said"Manhunt for Greek lawmaker who hit female rival on live television"
    http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/07/12101809-manhunt-for-greek-lawmaker-who-hit-female-rival-on-live-television?lite

    Nice to know Mitt Romney isn't the only right-wing bully in the world. icon_cool.gif


    First of all your line only works on people who are not educated enough to understand two key bits of information.

    1. European countries are politically left of center, while the United States is politically right of center. That would mean that what is right of center in Europe would still be left of center in this country.


    Does that mean that Republicans are even more fascist than the Golden Dawn party?
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    Jun 08, 2012 4:26 PM GMT
    james565 said
    JPtheBITCH saidThey seem really intent on pushing the Jonah Goldberg lie.
    No, fascism is a right-wing movement. Always was, always will be. Because it's about corporatism and totalitarianism, both of which are hallmarks of the right.



    What?! The farther you get to the right, the smaller the government gets, so how is totalitarianism a right-wing ideology? Shybuffguy is right; fascism, communism, and socialism are much more alike in terms of political structures (strong, centralized government), but they just go about it in different ways. Conservatism is all about shrinking the size of government, not growing it.


    That's what conservatives want you to think? Why do they espouse shrinking government but then want to change the constitution to limit your rights, to limit/ban abortion...etc. Remember, conservatives are all about small government as a rallying cry - but all about keepin their hands in your personal life...Remember - conservatives like smaller government - one that fits in your bedroom, your clinic, your work place.
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    Jun 08, 2012 5:51 PM GMT
    james565 said
    JPtheBITCH saidThey seem really intent on pushing the Jonah Goldberg lie.
    No, fascism is a right-wing movement. Always was, always will be. Because it's about corporatism and totalitarianism, both of which are hallmarks of the right.



    What?! The farther you get to the right, the smaller the government gets, so how is totalitarianism a right-wing ideology? Shybuffguy is right; fascism, communism, and socialism are much more alike in terms of political structures (strong, centralized government), but they just go about it in different ways. Conservatism is all about shrinking the size of government, not growing it.


    This is only one strand of conservatism (liberal, libertarian conservatism) and does not represent the ideology as a whole. It is also a much more US, or even Anglo Saxon-centric version of conservatism. Conservatives in some Latin American countries are very much advocates for the old days of military dictatorships with their huge governments and budgets.