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Koch mentions that in his WSJ article. Its worth a read. Very well written.
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How Foreign Is Our Policy?: Part II

USNbubblehead Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 12:30 PM
"It says much about those who voted for Obama that they paid so little attention to his life and so much attention to his rhetoric. " You might be giving them too much credit, Doctor Sowell. A great many of them tuned to their favorite alphabet thought factory (ABC, CBS, NPR, NBC, etc...) and thought whatever they were told to think. I only know one or two people who actually do any real research on ANY political topic. The rest go to the spigot and drink the kool-aide.
Feminism IS the war on women.
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How Foreign is Our Policy?

USNbubblehead Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 11:27 AM
Success for him; failure for us.
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The Communist States of America

USNbubblehead Wrote: Mar 31, 2014 11:42 AM
A woman asked Benjamin Franklin a question at the close of the Constitutional Convention in 1787 according to Dr. James McHenry, another delegate: Woman: “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?” Franklin: “A Republic, if you can keep it.” I think he'd be surprised we kept it THIS long.
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The Communist States of America

USNbubblehead Wrote: Mar 31, 2014 11:13 AM
"Regrettably, today’s “low-information voters” as Rush Limbaugh calls them – to include the useful idiots within the GOP’s “moderate” and libertarian wings – are simply too lazy, shortsighted or both to learn the facts." Bingo! This is what I encounter on a daily basis. These people let the MSM tell then what to think.
"Journalists should ask themselves whether we could have done a better job reporting on Sacramento and Chinatown." They should be, and they probably would if they were, in fact, real journalists, but they're not. Virtually all news services existing on American electronic mass-media today are nothing more that PR agencies with anchor-desk window dressing to make them look the part. They're as independent as your average Venezuelan or North Korean news service. Their 'narratives' are written for them at political think tanks like Media Matters, Think Progress and TPM. Do you all really think its a coincidence that when stories break, all these supposedly 'independent' news services all report the same thing, using the exact same words and phrases as one another? Every time? As I've said many times before, the script is written FOR them, and the little useful idiot hack 'journalists' enthusiastically play their part. Sadly enough, many of them probably believe that they ARE bona fide journalists, just as a pathological liar believes his or her own BS.
1959 is not long ago along the timeline of American history, IMHO. Sure, its a few years before I was born, but only one after my mother graduated high school. She's alive and mostly well (as well as to be expected, I suppose). My great aunt attended my nine-year-old daughters 1st birthday. MY aunt was born in 1909. As a girl, she met and talked with Civil War veterans. She died just a few months shy of her 100th birthday. When I was a boy, our next-door neighbors were two brothers who had both served in WWI. (Cool, old-school tattoos.) I grew up listening to their stories, and those of others. Its not that long ago if you're only one or two degrees of separation away from it. Just my opinion.
This time I didn't even need to read the column. Its like writing: Water: still getting things wet.
Go home Morgan, just go home.
He knows the media won't call him on it. The day he falls, I hope I have enough free time to watch (and laugh).
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