So if you recall Robert and I had a falling out when I, backed by what they have said and their actions, accused right-wingers of being racist. He said how I shouldn't generalize. Wonder Robert what you think of this statement from right-winger Michael Savage (who I quoted before) (thanks to mediamaters for the quote)
SAVAGE: You're listening to the character Kramer from Seinfeld in a tirade at a comedy club Friday night that set off a shockwave across America. This is not a Mel Gibson situation. It's -- I don't think he can use Mel's defense that it was the liquor talking. This is, to me, from the gut.
This is an interesting story, but this is what the subtext of liberalism really is. Under the surface, if you got them in a room alone, I guarantee you they'd say the same kind of hateful things about Catholics and about Jews and about straights and about soldiers.
Kerry gave us a smaller version of it, by the way. Kerry did it in an albeit high-class way, but John Kerry did the same thing, in my opinion.
Sounds to me like he is generalizing liberals. Is that right? They do it all the time but when I say something about it on this site I hear the sounds of silence. So is it ok for a conservatives to generalize liberals and not ok for a liberal to generalize a conservatives?