Posted: 04 Apr 2014 01:44 PM PDT
By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media
Pat Buchanan’s column, “Is God Now on Russia’s Side?,” is difficult to read and almost laugh-out-loud funny, as Buchanan was once a staunch anti-communist who served President Reagan as his communications director during the Cold War. Buchanan’s opposition to the Evil Empire, as Reagan correctly called it, has given way to an unseemly embrace of former Soviet KGB colonel Vladimir Putin, the virtual dictator of Russia who served the “Evil Empire” for decades.
Once a sharp thinker, Buchanan argues that Putin is a Christian and Russia is now a Christian nation. We are apparently supposed to ignore, or forgive, Putin’s violations of human rights, including murders of journalists, and the invasion of Ukraine.
There is absolutely no evidence, aside from rhetoric, to suggest that Russia in general and Putin in particular have…
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The liberal wave of criticism that swept Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich from office this week has conservatives wondering if libs are willing to apply the same standard to the president.
If Eich had to resign for views he held in 2008, shouldn’t Obama do the same?
— A Meanwich C (@anthmichcara) April 3, 2014
It’s a pretty straightforward question. Until the spring of 2012, President Obama was publicly opposed to gay marriage and even said he thought it was something states should decide.
So what happened?
2 years ago, if you opposed gay marriage, liberals would elect you President. Today, they seek to destroy anyone who has ever opposed it.
— L (@OrwellForks) April 3, 2014
One Twitter poster found plenty of ammunition against a candidate who once opposed it.
Fire him immediately RT @GayPatriot BREAKING: Secret video of fired Mozilla CEO discussing his views on gay marriage https://t.co/dIDJNy8nBi
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