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A Journalist’s First-Hand Report on the Corrupt Secrecy of an International Bureaucracy

michigander4 Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 9:17 AM
RE: ".....the Republican party politicizing the death of four brave Americans in Benghazi." Politicizing for what purpose? In case you didn't notice, the election is over. The parents and loved ones of the "four brave Americans" deserve the truth of what happened.... and all they are getting is lies and spin from the administration. Your putting Condi Rice into the conversation is a red herring designed to detract from the lies coming from the white house.
MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 9:56 AM
Michigander: Crude is trolling. He/she/it is going from blog to blog, copying and pasting. Just flag and move on.
P.S. Go Buckeyes!

As a taxpayer, I’m not a big fan of international bureaucracies. They consume a lot of money, pay themselves extravagant (and tax-free!) salaries, and generally promote statist policies.

The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is a prime example. Originally created for benign purposes such as gathering statistics, it now is a bloated bureaucracy pursuing an anti-free market agenda.

But international bureaucracies also have a nasty habit of operating in the shadows and using thuggish behavior to thwart critics. And I have the scars to prove it from my efforts to...

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