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mnapoli40

Member Since: Mon Oct 25, 2010
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Quantum

Member Since: Sun Dec 21, 2008
Posts: 1,712
Subj: Quite
Posted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 at 04:19:56 pm EDT (Viewed 167 times)
Reply Subj: Not quite.
Posted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 at 01:57:12 pm EDT (Viewed 164 times)

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I assume you are reading the story. So you know that HydraCap is not in fact a Nazi, he has no anti-Semitic tendencies, and that all the way back to WWII he was against Hydra allying with the Nazis. What HydraCap is is more of a fascist who is heavily influenced by Ayn Rand. Which brings me back to my question: Why don't the right wingers love the story? In what way is HydraCap not a Right wing fantasy come true? What has HydraCap actually done that FOX News extremists like Hannity or the departed O'Reilly (not to mention the radio talkers) haven't openly called for or openly fantasized about in public?

It's pretty clear to everyone (at least to everyone who has replied to your post) that you are equating all right-wingers with fascists (if not, then you did a pretty poor job of stating your point). Believing the actions of Cap are a fantasy for all right-wingers is a pretty extreme view, to say the least, and is a symptom of everything that is currently wrong in American politics. Assigning only the most extreme attributes to a group as a way to define that group is not rational. It is not even very clever.

I suppose there are extreme right-wing wackos who would enjoy seeing a world run the way HydraCap is doing things. Likewise, I assume there are left-wing nutjobs who fantasize about seeing Trump assassinated and would love to see it depicted in a comic. Most right-thinking people don't think this way, and neither do those on the left. However, if you think differently, please correct me.

Either way, you must be absolutely loving Spencer's depiction of the right.




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