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A New Assault on Freedom of the Press

gar26 Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 9:29 PM
Another Assault on honesty and integrity by the former, now disgraced, Judge Judy Nit-Pick Napolitano. Nit picks' latest article is choked with lies and deliberate distortions, as is his norm. Are you sure he is not related to Obama? Rather than waste time listing the many half-truths and untruths spouted this time, I will let two suffice. There is a long history, at least as far back a WWII, to restrict the sharing of secrets to a small group of legislators. This is not a "post 9/11" change. Politicians value having their names in the news far more than they value our nation's secrets. The NSA gathered phone meta data not the entire contents of . These two facts alone undermine Napolitano's entire premise. Townhall and FOX News should not give this cretin the time of day much less provide him an audience to pander his lies to. We already have the Democrats for that! If I wanted to be lied to I would just replay the State of the Union Address.
Modern liberalism, as opposed to classical liberalism, is inherently racist. They cannot help but put people into groups and judge the individuals within based on their skin color, religious beliefs, political affiliations, hobbies (hunting, fishing, etc.), employment/business ownership, sexual orientation, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. The thought of actually accepting people as good and decent people who may disagree with you is anathema to the liberal mindset. One of the best example of liberal thinking I have ever seen was a gay rights militant responding to a Christian's statement that we are all sinners before God. The gay guy screamed, practically cried "So, you're calling us sinners! You're a homophobe!"
The Arabs carried the cost of Gulf War I, but we were stuck with the occupation and reconstruction costs involved in finishing the job in Gulf War II, the Invasion of Iraq. We are not Saudi Arabia's mercenary force. We have not strategic interest in the Syrian Civil War. Let them spill their own blood, not just pay the tab after we do the heavy lifting and also get blamed for everything that will inevitably go wrong in the future.
The Arabs carried the cost of Gulf War I, but we were stuck with the occupation and reconstruction costs involved in finishing the job in Gulf War II, the Invasion of Iraq. We are not Saudi Arabia's mercenary force. We have not strategic interest in the Syrian Civil War. Let them spill their own blood, not just pay the tab after we do the heavy lifting and also get blamed for everything that will inevitably go wrong in the future.
Why are we sending them ANYTHING??? It is an Arab war in an Arab country. The Arabs have plenty of oil money. Let them get their own house in order and let us keep our tax dollars here where it will help our people (including Arab-Americans).
I am not certain the reporter got Verizon's position right. Is Verizon really trying to limit their users to only sites that are willing to pay Verizon for the traffic? This sounds insane. If correct, Verizon is committing business suicide. They do not have that much of a monopoly yet and I cannot imagine web site owners paying them to let users have access. Steering users to sites is often paid for but preventing access is a another story.
I am not certain the reporter got Verizon's position right. Is Verizon really trying to limit their users to only sites that are willing to pay Verizon for the traffic? This sounds insane. If correct, Verizon is committing business suicide. They do not have that much of a monopoly yet and I cannot imagine web site owners paying them to let users have access. Steering users to sites is often paid for but preventing access is a another story.
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CBS Anchorman's Clueless Apology

gar26 Wrote: Sep 03, 2013 10:25 PM
Complaining about the media's left wing bias is like complaining about the weather. Nobody does anything about it. Short of not watching the big 3 networks and posting on blogs, what can be done about it?
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Random Thoughts

gar26 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:01 PM
Why do so many judges' views of [alleged] criminals seem to be the opposite of policemen's view? Because of the negative anti-social personality types of many who choose to be cops. You only have to victomized by crooked cops a few times before you realize that they are NOT the good guys.
President Obama's surrogates, fumbling when asked if the country is better off than it was four years ago, campaign aides took the question head-on Tuesday morning. "The country is better off" the president's deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter declared. Cutter also hit back at the Romney campaign "We're not going let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers!"
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