Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Will Democrats Complain About 72 Year-old Jerry Brown's Age In The Same Bigoted Way They Did Towards 72 Year-old John McCain?

Democrats and their radical liberal partners complained continuously about 72 year-old John McCain's age during their 2008 campaign to elect Barack Obama as president. Will those same Democrats once again complain about 72 year-old Jerry Brown's age during the 2010 campaign for governor of the state of California?

Washington Post-owned online magazine Slate published a June 11, 2008 article by Christopher Beam titled, "McCain's Brain: How might the senator's mind deteriorate over the next eight years?" In his bigoted and ageist article Beam wrote of the 72 year-old senator from Arizona: "John McCain is old and, as several news outlets have reported, he's only getting older. This wouldn't be a problem if his opponent in the general election were equally chronologically gifted. But Barack Obama is one of the youngest Democratic nominees ever. McCain's age is already causing problems. His slip-ups are billed as "senior moments," while Obama's are innocent mistakes."

The James Hartline Report wonders if the same Democratic Party ageist bigots and Christopher Beam's discriminatory rants will be equally applied to the 72 year-old Jerry Brown during Brown's senior citizen campaign to become governor of California in 2010.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you mean in the same bigoted way you're whining about Brown's in this and in your previous post, James?

David S. said...

Happy Thanksgiving James-
This is off topic, but a timely comment.

In spite of the many problems in our state and nation, all of us have much to be thankful for. As a gay male living in San Diego, I have many reasons to be thankful.

First of all, I am thankful for freedom of expression that we enjoy in this county. Even though I don’t agree with most of the ideas and opinions in the Hartline Report, I am thankful that this freedom of expression which gives you the right to express ideas that are nonsense to me also gives many pro-gay bloggers the right to express their opinions.

I am thankful that the God that I and the majority of my fellow citizens in San Diego worship approves of my gay orientation which he created. I am aware that some gods do not approve of the gay lifestyle but since we live in a country that guarantees freedom of religion, we can worship the God of our choosing and apply our own interpretation to the “holy scriptures” of our religion.

I am thankful that the majority of San Diego’s citizens are not concerned about the sexual orientation and lifestyles of other people. We live in a world where diversity is respected and celebrated. For most people and even most churches, sexual orientation is not an issue.

I am thankful that as a gay male I enjoy all of the rights that everyone else is entitled to, with the exception of the right of divorce which flows from “marriage”. But I am thankful that I am entitled to all of the benefits of marriage.

I am thankful that San Diego has a large vibrant gay community that is building the foundation for further progress in the future. I am thankful and encouraged that most of the people who were against gays in the recent past are now fully supportive of the gay lifestyle and are willing to work with us to build a better community for all.

Anonymous said...

"Justification corrupt church leaders will use for supporting Mormon Mitt Romney in 2012: If pagan like Obama can be pres. why not a mormon?"

Governor Romney Shares Our Political & Moral Values

Governor Romney Can Unite the Conservative Movement and Forge a Winning Coalition

http://www.evangelicalsformitt.org/why.php

James Hartline said...

Only publishing the mormon Romney propaganda for a short period of time because some of my personal readers want the documentation for projects they are working on. Such an easy target to refute: the abortion, homosexual, cult membership, propaganda and corrupt politicking of the Romney machine. No true Christian or Evangelical leader is going to support Romney in 2012.

Anonymous said...

I am glad we live in a nation where the people are free to denounce the silly little tale called the Holocaust, which is a communist lie begun in 1941. I am also glad we can let the world know Iran is a peaceful nation that has never attacked another. And to denounce the crazy pagan Khazars who occupy Palestine while pretending they are Jews. Which of course they are not. I am thankful.