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Floyd Brown's War

I've got a column up about Floyd Brown.  If you're not familiar with the name, he was one of the creators of the "Willie Horton ads" -- which helped defeat
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Michael Dukakis in 1988.  

His new effort is designed to expose the real Barack Obama.

Here's an excerpt:

Some of the controversy, no doubt, stems from Brown's refusal to avoid talking about something that sophisticated people in the chattering classes have decided is off-limits:  “The Muslim issue."  

According to Brown:  "I believe that on the Obama (web) site, where he said he was -- quote, N-E-V-E-R -- never -- a Muslim, I believe he was being disingenuous.  In fact, if you followed what he said closely, when he was interviewed by the L.A. Times, he actually hedged and said he was never a 'practicing' Muslim."
Whatever you think of Brown and his points, he is at least willing to say things that aren't politically correct, and that takes courage.

... Read the whole thing here.

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