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Alan Grayson Invents The Reductio ad Binladenum

by @ 3:58 pm on May 21, 2010. Filed under Congress, Democrats, Dumbasses, Political Parties, Politics

Oppose Obama ? You’re just like al Qaeda:

If it’s unacceptable to compare American politicians to a mass-murdering dictator, and I believe it is, then surely someone on the left will rise up and condemn Congressman Alan Grayson for comparing the President’s political opponents to the man who orchestrated the murder of 3,000 Americans, right ?

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4 Responses to “Alan Grayson Invents The Reductio ad Binladenum”

  1. Rado says:

    He’s got a point. Both are upset that society doesn’t incorporate religion into politics, and both are “ends justify the means” type organizations.

    Point is, they have more in common than anyone should be comfortable with.

    Have a look.
    Power of Nightmares

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2798679275960015727

  2. Michael Powell says:

    Holy shit, was that actually a sign that said “Die Quickly?”

  3. GOP SUX says:

    Outside of the fact he said nothing about opposing Obama and you are just like al-Qaeda, you thread title is spot on!

    a·nal·o·gy Show Spelled[uh-nal-uh-jee]

    a form of reasoning in which one thing is inferred to be similar to another thing in a certain respect, on the basis of the known similarity between the things in other respects.

    See how that works.. putting people (gop) who hate government in charge of government is just like putting al-Qaeda members as pilots…. you are doomed to crash.

  4. Tom Burns says:

    Decreasing the size, presence, and controlling nature of government to a limited level and working within those limitations is not the same thing as refusing to govern.

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