By Diogenes ( articles ) | Jul 28, 2010
Anthony Stevens-Arroyo, who writes nonsense about Catholicism on a regular basis for the Washington Post’s religion blog, has furrowed his brow and offered his thoughts on the Tea Party movement. Although he thinks the Tea Party is tainted by racism (not liking Obama) and violence (NRA members participate in rallies) and spreads “spurious doubts” about Obama’s place of birth (what is a “spurious doubt,” I wonder?), Stevens-Arroyo demonstrates his even-handed approach to a complex issue:
I do not think that the Tea Party in its various organizations and regional groupings advocates the murder of the President of the United States.
A true liberal: a man who respects the beliefs of his political opponents, and gives them the benefit of the doubt. They aren’t actually murderers. Hidebound conservatives should learn the virtue of tolerance from mentors like this.
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