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    Exclamation Tucker Carlson - "I Think Iran Deserves To Be Annihilated"

    Probably already posted, but...

    I'm glad this POS walked out of the RfR back in 2008.

    Fuck him.


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    So much for being a liberterian...

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    Xenophobia is neat like that
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    If Obama waterboarded Tucker Carlson abu ghraib style, would that be torture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moderate libertarian View Post
    If Obama waterboarded Tucker Carlson abu ghraib style, would that be torture?
    no, just an enhanced interview with the press.

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    Tucker Carlson is a pansy. He sold his soul just like so many before him.

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    Hey, now. We should be cozying up to the Tucker Carlson types in the mainstream media and disavowing all those supporters with 'fringe' ideas. Anyone with any sense knows that!
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    When our media is basically saying Iran should be wiped off the face of the map, how's that any different than when Iran does it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bxm042 View Post
    When our media is basically saying Iran should be wiped off the face of the map, how's that any different than when Iran does it
    Un-American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxm042 View Post
    When our media is basically saying Iran should be wiped off the face of the map, how's that any different than when Iran does it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesker1982 View Post
    This makes the Cato Institute look bad.
    Because they don't do that to themselves sometimes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesker1982 View Post
    This makes the Cato Institute look bad.
    It's only half tongue in cheek the reason that Rockwell, Woods and the rest of the LVMI guys call it "Stato".

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    I'm with Anti-Fed.

    Fuck Tucker Carlson and any other asshole calling for a first strike or annihilation of Iran.
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    There's really two problems to deal with here, that Carlson thinks an aggressive posture toward Iran is a good idea, and that he thinks the govt should foot the bill.

    That he wants to pass the buck and the personal culpability for his warmongering is worse than the warmongering itself. Let him spread the idea that sanctions and blockades and wars are good things - but only if he accepts personal responsibility for the costs of doing the harms he causes. The govt is supposed to be there (if at all) to protect us from having to deal with these crazy tyrants. But he and all the others want to use it to excuse the actions that they wouldn't have the balls to even think about doing as an individual in the public eye.
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    This is somewhat surprising since Tucker was actually a big critic of the war in Iraq. His views don't seem to be consistent.
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    I finally listened to the clip. I agree that Tucker Carlson is a prick. But the two sentences are worth noting. "I do think we need to look at the price of energy if that would happen. I don't think that's a small factor. It would tank our economy". I have been talking to a lot of people liberal and conservative, republican and democrat who've jumped on the "Destroy Iran" bandwaggon. And the only fact they seem willing to listen do is the "It will destroy our economy" argument. Something to think about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traditional Conservative View Post
    This is somewhat surprising since Tucker was actually a big critic of the war in Iraq. His views don't seem to be consistent.
    He'll be against the Iran war after a year too.

    Flashback time:

    "I think [the Iraq war] is a total nightmare and disaster, and I’m ashamed that I went against my own instincts in supporting it. It’s something I’ll never do again. Never. I got convinced by a friend of mine who’s smarter than I am, and I shouldn’t have done that. No. I want things to work out, but I’m enraged by it, actually."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    I finally listened to the clip. I agree that Tucker Carlson is a prick. But the two sentences are worth noting. "I do think we need to look at the price of energy if that would happen. I don't think that's a small factor. It would tank our economy". I have been talking to a lot of people liberal and conservative, republican and democrat who've jumped on the "Destroy Iran" bandwaggon. And the only fact they seem willing to listen do is the "It will destroy our economy" argument. Something to think about.
    No doubt.

    I have shut down a couple of the "glass parking lot" crowd by simply saying that you'll be paying $10 a gallon for gas, if you can even get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesc View Post
    He'll be against the Iran war after a year too.

    "I think [the Iraq war] is a total nightmare and disaster, and I’m ashamed that I went against my own instincts in supporting it. It’s something I’ll never do again. Never. I got convinced by a friend of mine who’s smarter than I am, and I shouldn’t have done that. No. I want things to work out, but I’m enraged by it, actually."
    Flashback time:
    WTF is wrong with this guy, he get dropped on his head on something?

    Nice find.

    Source plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    WTF is wrong with this guy, he get dropped on his head on something?

    Nice find.

    Source plz.
    No video source, but it was originally printed here:

    http://www.observer.com/2004/05/newl...er-ribs-times/

    More fun from the source (2004):

    Mr. Carlson-never really a card-carrying member of the vast right-wing conspiracy-said he had broken off from the hawkish neoconservatives who flogged the war from the get-go. “I’m getting more paleo every day,” he said, referring to the so-called paleoconservatives.

    Mr. Carlson was beginning to sound a bit like former Nixon speechwriter and Crossfire alum Pat Buchanan, another righty who has been an opponent of the war. In the past, said Mr. Carlson, he had made some unfair attacks against Mr. Buchanan, and he was feeling guilty about that, too.

    “Buchanan is a perfect example of somebody who’s been name-called into oblivion,” he said. “And I did some of that. I definitely called Pat a lot of names. And I feel bad about that. I think he deserved some of those names. On the other hand, calling people names is a way of ignoring what they’re saying. It’s actually an outrage, and I actually feel really bad about my role in that.”

    What kind of names?

    “I wrote two different pieces calling him an anti-Semite,” said Mr. Carlson. “And while he may be an anti-Semite, I would say, in Buchanan’s case, not all his ideas are crazy.”

    Mr. Carlson said he called Mr. Buchanan last year and apologized to him personally. “He was completely confused, I think,” he recalled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesc View Post
    No video source, but it was originally printed here:

    http://www.observer.com/2004/05/newl...er-ribs-times/

    More fun from the source (2004):
    Good find! The plot thickens. So here's the question. How much should we worry about the opinions of those who only support our positions after we've been thoroughly proven right, but never really come over to our side on an ideological basis?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    Good find! The plot thickens. So here's the question. How much should we worry about the opinions of those who only support our positions after we've been thoroughly proven right, but never really come over to our side on an ideological basis?
    Worry?

    Very little.

    Just another bloviating bullshitter of bilious bile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingles View Post
    Because they don't do that to themselves sometimes?
    By doing what?
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    LOL we are the only country with a moral authority to pre-emptively attack other countries because the entire collective country is evil and insane. wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaFanNKy View Post
    He "corrects" his position by saying that Iran deserves to be annihilated, but the cost of gas would be too prohibitive so therefore we shouldn't annihilate Iran.

    The caller was spot on when he compared him to Hitler. It's like Hitler saying he's not a bad person, because he doesn't want to execute the Jews because the gas chambers would be too expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traditional Conservative View Post
    This is somewhat surprising since Tucker was actually a big critic of the war in Iraq. His views don't seem to be consistent.
    Maybe his paid role was one of soft dissent.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmBnvajSfWU#t=0m16s

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    "small factor" followed by, "could tank our economy."

    What a noob.
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