I saw that kid on Fox the other night. It made me want to cry.
I'll take this kid over Limbaugh or Hannity any day. Still, if he does really believe in principle as he says, I think Cork's prediction will come true.
Why does Cork and David feel "hurt" and want to "cry"? I do not understand.Do you feel that way because you feel embarrassed about Jonathan's red lipstick?Do you feel that way because Rush Limbaugh brainwashed him?Or do you feel bad about Rush Limbaugh brainwashing Americans into anti-immigrant xenophobia, his "Constitutionalism," and family values, recollecting Jonathan as typical icon for the brainwashed conservative?I'll take this kid over Limbaugh or Hannity any day.Do not let him fool you with his glittering generalities: government interference, anti-big government, anti-tyranny, liberty, respect for his interpretation of the U.S. Constitution, and personal responsibility. Most politicians, not just him, speak of those glittering generalities. Even if he "believes" in these vague principles, we cannot know what he actually believes in. We can interpret his words in many different ways. These words may imply fascist interpretations.
Oh dear god, I just found the YouTube of him on FOX. Couldn't even make it to the end--it's just too creepy/weird, to the point where I feel uncomfortable watching it.
I think David and Rorshak believed in stereotypes of children when they both called Jonathan a "kid." Technically, we should not call him a "kid" since he had already reached puberty and now a sexually mature adult. Why did you not call him a "white person" or a "Christian fundamentalist", but called him a "kid"? You seem to try to perpetuate stereotypes of his age.
AM, I still call people MY age "kid" and I'm 20 years old.
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