Posted by seamar_116 on 9/15/2012 7:54:00 PM (view original):
Posted by swamphawk22 on 9/15/2012 1:15:00 PM (view original):bullshit-negotiating is not a "catch phrase".
Posted by seamar_116 on 9/15/2012 6:08:00 AM (view original):Negotiating is a catch phrase that covers dealing with, in this case, with foreign governments and how to get things back to normal.
Do tell...what is being "negotiated" and what would a "Tear down this Wall" speech address?
It isnt about the specifics, it is about standing tall.
The issue here is freedom of speech. It is the one thing that makes America unique.
If we keep doing the "The movie was out of line but you shouldnt kill people because of it" we are not acknowledging that we cannot control political speech based on how much it offends people.
You however, use "catch phrase" as a "catch phrase" for "I really don't know how to explain what I am trying to say so I will just use words any way I want and when I get called on it I will call it a 'catch phrase'."
Here is the forum, Swamp...make your "Standing Tall" speech with regards to the Middle East. And BTW, the Tear Down This Wall speech, was not a Standing Tall speech. But you will claim it as a "catch phrase" I am sure.
1 Negotiating is a catch phrase if you use it as one. Sorry. My point was that all of the conversations and actions that would go along with a specific incident. I used the term negotiating a catch phrase. Sorry if your only response to this is "BS YOU SUCK".
2 My point was crystal clear. either you have problems understanding english or you just refuse to listen to Conservatives.
3 "We believe in freedom of political speech above all else. We as a society criticize our God more than any other. It is clear much of the violence was just using The movie about Islam as a cover for an attack against America. We will not stand for violence against us".
That needs to be fleshed out, but that is the points I would want to hit.
It really bothers me that anyone would respond to terror by attacking freedom of political speech.