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Republican Party chair criticizes Cohen for Goebbels comment State Republican Party chairman Chris Devaney criticized Congressman Steve Cohen Wednesday for comparing Republican rhetoric on health care to the work of Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
a time louis vuitton inclusion bracelet price when there are widespread calls to tone down the political rhetoric, it is unbelievable that Congressman Cohen would resort to such reckless rhetoric, Devaney said in a statement. for or against the repeal of the new health care law, we should be able to have a healthy debate on this issue, and we call on Congressman Cohen to apologize for his remarks, Devaney said. Cohen, D Memphis, made his comments Tuesday night in a speech on the House floor. say it a government takeover of health care, a big lie just like Goebbels, Cohen said. say louis vuitton agenda cover price it enough, you repeat the lie, you repeat the lie, and eventually, people believe it. Like blood libel. That the same kind of thing. Germans said enough about the Jews and people believed it believed it and you have the Holocaust. We heard on this floor, government takeover of health care, Cohen said. on 1/20/11 at 8:40 Untruths repeated over and over become "truths" to many people, especially when it is what they want to hear. This was the case in Nazi Germany, just as it is the case of the "birthers" who deny President Obama's American citizenship, those who attach the word "socialist" or "socialism" to every proposal that improves the lives of our citizens, and finally the repeated claim of the existence of weapons of mass destruction. Repetition of untruths has been proven effective as we see and hear on Fox News every day. Rep Cohen may have picked a poor example, but he is factually correct. And evidently just as effective on a large part of our citizenry as Herman Goebels was among the majority, but not all Germans. I may be in the minority in middle Tennessee, but that doesn't mean either Rep Cohen or I am wrong about what is happening in our beloved USA today. on 1/20/11 at 8:45 LOL. ahh, the media! The leftist, corrupt (anti) free media. LOL They really are quite predictable. Aren't they? So a Dem wit makes (yet another) asinine comment, and the libbies from the left lacky media go out and bring the Republicans into the story. Why isn't the headline "Tennesseans Disapprove of Cohen Remark" (I'm sure even a majority of his district do too)? Or maybe, "Cohen Regrets Nazi Remarks"? Or maybe "West Tennessee Democrat Inflames Rhetoric". Nope, not when it's a Dem wit. So what was the point of mentioning the Republicans three times before Cohen's party affiliiation (DEMOCRAT. DEMOCRAT. DEMOCRAT!) was noted with the solitary "D" in the fourth paragraph? An old lefty "journo" trick. Of course, the words were crafted in such a way as to make readers associate Republicans with these disgusting thoughts (yes, they are his thoughts) made by a Dem wit. Fortunately, only the dupes fall for that anymore. Now, I ask you what they would have done if it were a Republican who made such a stupid remark? Of course we would have seen a poll conducted post haste (not to mention manipulated in the slanted way of the press) louis vuitton authentication forum that showed "Americans think Republicans make more incendiary (love that word, huh?) comments than Dem wits". No doubt, we would have been treated to 2 3 references to the shootings in Arizona. you know, the shootings perpetrated by a man who absolutely despised President George W. Bush and believed he was involved in the attacks on 9/11 (of course, no Tea Partier, he). You know the shootings that the media blamed on Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin? That of course was the man who the media tripped over themselves to label a Tea Partier before they knew the facts. Yes, smart Americans are "on" to you in the media. Apparently, anti conservative bias is so ingrained among the self described "influence peddlers" of the media that they don't even know how great is the stench of their corruption. on 1/20/11 at 8:52 So finally, I ask you who defend Cohen's remarks: Did you jump on the hate conservatives bandwagon and instantly accept the media's initial reports that Jared Loughner was a Tea Partier? Huh!?! Would you be demanding that a Republican president condemn such asinine remarks from a member of the GOP? Did you just dismiss opposition to Obama's bailouts and non stimulus "stimulus" as nothing more than racist ranting? Huh?? Be honest with yourselves, now! You can usually see the double standard from Dem wits who are so quick to say, "Both sides do it" when a Dem wit makes these comments, but when it's from the other party they go straight for their necks (figuratively speaking, of course LOL). Surely, you discredit yourselves. Your defense of Cohen's remarks is just as disgusting as the Congressman's own words. on 1/20/11 at 9:54 So let me get this straight. for one of us to point out that a lie repeated over and over comes to be believed (as did Goebbels)? The right lies over and over and it becomes ingrained in the minds of the public, so of course they believe there are death panels, government run healthcare, that the healthcare bill would be "job destroying" (though there is the CBO report that says it is not), jail time for those who do not get health insurance, and all the other vile things that they purport to be true. None of which are actually true, as one would know if one only sought out the truth rather than listen to some biased liar. on 1/20/11 at 10:30 Steve Cohen is one of the best lawmakers to come out of TN in years. I have supported him for a long time and will continue to do so. Steve Cohen is free to use Nazi analogies; but, realistically, not everyone may do so. Yes, Rep. A Jewish person can offer analogies that compare any given situation with a parallel situation in the Third Reich; Gentiles, on the other hand, do so with extreme caution. The English language has evolved since 1945 to reflect this sort of political correctness. Same goes for the word, "Diaspora"; those once generic words are now "owned" by the world's oppressed Jews. Hey, they paid the price. That term can be used to describe the situation in South Africa, back in the old days; but that term cannot be used to describe the louis vuitton neverfull tamanho m situation in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem today. Jimmy Carter found out the hard way; you just don't use the A word when talking about Israel's forty three years of brutal, racist occupation in those places. Here's another example Jewish people can freely use the terms, "Zionism" and "Zionist"; but Gentiles risk excoriation, if they use the terms in an "inappropriate" or embarassing context. Helen Thomas used the word, "Zionists" and the US media reacted as if Helen had used a racial slur. I hope that Steve Cohen reads this article and these comments. Steve Cohen is in a perfect position to criticize apartheid Zionism in Palestine without being branded a "Nazi", "anti Semite" or "terrorist sympathizer". I would like to see Mr. Cohen organize a fact finding mission to the Occupied Territories and then deliver an honest, unvarnished report to Congress. Unless there is a modicum of justice for the displaced Arabs of Palestine the refugees there will never be genuine peace in the Middle East. on 1/20/11 at 3:07 GUARDIAN I left the Party of Jackson when I helped elect the Jew hater Jimmy "I Have No Brain" Carter. With every day, every minute and every second that has passed since then I am more and more ashamed that I was ever a democrat. It was bad enough when they ran a communist by the name of McGovern for President. It was bad enough that "MY Party" the true Party of Jackson had become a party of liars, but I could laugh at liars because they are stupid because a lie will always get you caught. "BUT" a lie is just stupid. Long ago my father taught me that anyone who uses "Half Truths" to support those lies is "EVIL". Both parties use them but the Republicans could never catch up or begin to complete with the profession half truth tellers on the left. Their supporters in the media, democrats in government, illegals, minority racist, muslim terrorist and their dumbed down minion supporters have proved to me that they are all evil or stupid or both. "NO" I'm not a republican nor have I ever been but I have voted for many. My life long friend Jim Henry, when he was head of the Republican party in Tennessee, once said to me "Now you can become a Republican". My answer was "No Jim but I'll continue to vote for them as long as my former party is lost in liberalism and socialism". SO I guess I'm like a recovering alcoholic. Just call me a recovering member of the Party of Jackson and the last person an addicted democrat wants to meet face to face. Andy Jackson had it right.
There's no problem when dealing with evil men that a good set of dueling pistols won't fix. Lets bring back dueling. The country can be fix in 30 days.
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