I see what you are trying to do here Grim 17 and I have something to say about it.
I am not a person who automatically agrees with anything that anyone, including Ed Schultz, says about anything.
But I do believe that Mr Schultz makes a valid point here.
There are plenty of valid reasons to oppose a U.S. Military attack on Syria.
Anyone who is opposed to it because they 'think' that shutting it down will hurt the 1st Black American elected to the office of President of the USA has more problems than I have time to talk about here, but, unfortunately, there are plenty of people on the far right in the USA who have those problems and the U.S. Congress voting against an attack on Syria will not make those problems go away.
The only way to eliminate those problems that I know of is a one way trip to a graveyard for those who have them.
I'll just add that I noticed some time ago that some losers on the right will use any chance that they find to try to slam Obama and anyone associated with him. I've also noticed that Obama is still in the White House and it is very likely that he will be there until another Democrat takes his place in 2017, whether anyone on the right likes it or not.
I'll also add that ignoring racism has never made it go away, it must be attacked every time that it raises it's ugly head.
I could say a lot more but I'll just leave it at that for now.
If anything that I have said here hurts anyone's 'feelings', well, that's just tough-deal with it. I have no sympathy whatsoever for you.
"At the heart of racism is the religious assertion that God made a creative mistake when He brought some people into being." ~ Friedrich Otto Hertz
So, when people like Ed Schultz accuse people like Senator Marco Rubio as racist, based solely on the fact that he may vote against the resolution to commit as act of war, you're okay with that??
Then what I heard him say is... wait for it... It's Bush's fault. I never would have guessed that.
To focus at all on Rumsfeld or Sanitorium, as if they are Members of Congress, or Party leaders is ridiculous. That is comparable to using Ken Salazar's or Les Aspin's (who almost got me killed in Somalia) statements as a banner to be held accountable for and by the entire Democrat Party. Ridiculous.
The "either you're with us" remark in the clip had nothing to do with Iraq; it was during the roll out to Afghanistan when France (and Turkey at that time) refused to allow us use of their airspace, and was a reference to the language used in the Joint Address to Congress following 9/11.
This continual stirring of hatred against anyone that is against the President (that isn't a Democrat BTW) and declaring them ipso facto racist is below any thinking and reasonable person.
Are there racists out there in the world? Of course there are. They're like a mixed box of candy; some are white, some are brown, some are other hues as well. Racism isn't the sole ownership of non-Democrats.
Ed Shultz has but one purpose in life; fermenting hatred, exclusion and minimization of others. Sounds to me like he's practicing exactly what he's railing against.
And if it hurts anyone's feelings for me to say so, well, that's just tough-deal with it. I have no sympathy whatsoever for you.