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Henry VIII Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:00 PM
Ress, I hear what you are saying, but I think only attacking our situation from a political position isn't the winning strategy. If we don't take back control of the schools and what is being taught, we will have nothing to work with...we have nothing to work with now. The libs have had the schools since 1973, and the poison is rampant.
Ress Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:05 PM
I agree -- a huge part of the problem is the government monopoly school system which seems almost designed to produce ignorant and gullible voters. It hardly seems coincidental that people go all the way through college without learning the first thing about economics or the importance of constitutional limited government.

The other big part of the problem is the mass media. Much more effort needs to go into debunking and discrediting their phony "journalism."

A few stray thoughts and observations in the aftermath of the 2012 election -- on substance, process, and tactics:

(1) The polls were broadly right, both at the state and national levels -- a dichotomy that I believed to be unlikely in the extreme as recently as yesterday morning.  The electorate ended up being D+6, nearly on par with 2008, and six points better than the 2010 midterms.  I was wrong about this, as were a good number of other observers.  The 2012 party ID figures from Gallup and Rasmussen upon which my assumptions were based were...

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