September 14, 2005

Conservative = Nazi?

Right Wing Rocker (it's you'll have to scroll to "the 25 points,Wed, Sept 14)has taken on the task of comparing the stated party platform of the Nazi Party (comprised of 25 main points) and compared it to both the general Liberal and Conservative positions.

You might want to put this one in your personal files the next time a Liberal accuses you of being a Nazi.

Here's his general conclusion:

"American liberal philosophy matches 17 out of the 25 Points of the Nazi platform. American conservative philosophy matches only 3. Two of these were "double-matches", where both sides would have agreed with the Nazis. There were seven points that were so loony even the Donks wouldn't have agreed."(emp. mine)

He makes no accusations, nor do I...but if it waddles like a duck, quacks like a duck, and swims like a duck, might there be some justification in calling it a duck?

I'm positive that there is not a Liberal out there that would consider themselves as being Nazi-like, but they fail to consider the natural ramifications of the policies that they espouse, and when the end results are the same, the conclusion, logically speaking, is obvious. A dung heap by any other name will still smell as foul.

Posted by Delftsman3 at September 14, 2005 06:46 PM | TrackBack

I'm sure there's all sort of agreement if we look at moral-minded sorts and some of the Nazi propaganda. I'm that somewhere in Nazi propaganda, the Nazi said just about everything. I'd be more interested in what they did.

Posted by: Karlo at September 14, 2005 10:59 PM


If you take the time to read the platform, you will see that the things they did were all clearly outlined inthe platform.

Just read the freakin post already.


Posted by: RightWingRocker at September 15, 2005 12:35 AM

I'm a little behind, but here is the permalink. :-)

Posted by: Alli at September 18, 2005 05:27 PM
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