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For what it is worth, I was discussing with a fairly famous conspiracy expert which of the many so-called conspiracies is the most obvious one, the one that any fool can see immediately? He said the Boston bombing. I knew there were some pretty glaring discrepancies. Still, the confidence in his answer surprised me. @educatt
Offer her immunity and let's get moving. What did Obama know and when did he know it, that's what we need to focus on.
What the hell is this? A conservative with strong opinions that he actually expresses? I think there's some change in the air! Anyway, I support what you said 100%. I've been saying it for months, we want total elimination of both ObamaCare and ObamaEd (a/k/a Common Core). Indiana pulled out two days ago. I hope it's the first of many. I've been writing against Common Core for more than four years. Here's the latest: http://www.examiner.com/article/new-coke-vista-common-core-and-bill-gates
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Bruce Deitrick Price Wrote: Mar 27, 2014 2:24 PM
That's not good enough, Ann Coulter. Tell us how to stop this thing. Total repeal is the only sensible option for every person in the country. Totally repealing everything Obama has done is the only sensible option. Get rid of Common Core. Get rid of the executive orders. Get rid of the militarization of the police. Get rid of the constant promotion aimed at putting people on social services. It's a long list but it's easy to understand. If Obama wanted X, you know that X is bad for the country.
Yesterday, Indiana announced that it is withdrawing from Common Core. I hope this will be the first of many states to abandon this gimmick. Everybody recognizes that ObamaCare is his signature bill and now the signature albatross around his neck. But Common Core should be just as much so. Think of it as ObamaEd. It's the kind of goofy totalitarian thing that far-left people love but regular Americans hate. I'm hoping Common Core will the abandoned. Repealing either one of these bad boys will help to repeal the other. (I put up a new piece about Common Core yesterday, called "New Coke, Vista, Common Core, and Bill Gates.") @educatt
Yes but.... but at some point maybe our silly media will want to hang on to some self-respect, and they will start reporting facts. At that point Obama is done.
Great writing, good points. But I would like to argue that this wuss-campaign is being conducted at the highest strategic level. Focusing on individual tactical parts of the campaign is a little misleading. There are probably 1000 individual parts. So let me state it broadly. The Left will do everything possible at every point every day to sissify the society. If individual citizens are weak, then the Left is strong. I know all this to be true because I write a lot about education. The Education Establishment attacks traditional education at 1000 different points. They fix it so kids can't read, they can't do arithmetic, they don't learn basic knowledge, etc., etc.. The attack is relentless and across-the-board. If these people had their way, the children would be named Jane 1, Jane 2, etc.; they would be illiterate and ignorant of even elementary facts, and of course they would be wimps (ready to be slaves). I suspect that Common Core is intended to consolidate all this stuff so now is a good time to start fighting it. (QED: Mr. Bill Gates should apologize to the country for dabbling in education, and stop annoying the children with Common Core foolishness.) @educatt .
You were close. Prediction: if the experts don't solve this soon, you'll hear people talking about alien abduction.
I always said we were watching a race to see what Obama damaged the most: the country or his party. The good news is that the Democrats may be winning this race.
Seems to me Obama and the entire Left is too bossy. That's what they do, tell everybody else how to live. Naturally they don't want pushy girls reminding everyone of this. As for those bossy little girls, they need to know early on if their style is too aggressive or irritating. You can't become a big shot executive if you are in fact too bossy. I think that website includes a lot of misinformation, okay, lies. People choose leaders, just as much as leaders choose people. So if some little girl has to boss people to be their leader, then she's already failed. There are some great lines in the Tao Te Ching about this. The basic concept is that people do not feel the weight of a great leader. He does everything with a soft touch. And when the job is done and it turns out successfully, the people all say, "We did this ourselves." It also says: "The more a leader struts and brags, the sadder his people." Hmmm. (My article about Tao Te Ching: http://www.improve-education.org/id31.html )
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