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A Conservative History of the American Left

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  1. IcyPatriot

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    Some food for thought ...
    a book to read while sipping tea and chewing on the crumpets.

    http://frontpagemagazine.com/Articles/Read.aspx?GUID=4005FA53-BC39-4316-8DA2-6E61314B970C

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    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    And I don't like crumpets.
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    Flynn: America seemingly stands for faith, freedom, flag, and family. The Left often defines itself against all that.

    Ooops... Inaccurate, ignorant and typical of an assessment that starts with "a conservative history of.."

    At that point, I knew the man's opinion could be stuffed far up his own azz.
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    Really great wright wing blog, by a conservative american who advocates for continued divisiveness in this country.. without regard, here is a great comment by the beloved and widely circulated "Front Page":

    "Historical amnesia is clearly required to propel the Left."

    Might I suggest that this is not the dominion of the left, but of both parties and politics in general.. for a responsible journal to initiate a question with this statement clearly delineates its expected response.. this is all crap, pure unadulterated crap.. maybe "Little Green Footballs" could do it better.
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    The hilarious thing about this pompous windbag is that if you take out the word "left" and replace it with the word "right," It becomes 1000 times more applicable.
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    Look like you hit a nerve with our resident communist,errr "progressive' posters. It is amazing how much the lefties hate Horowitz since he grew up in the movement and was a leader in the 60's.
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    People change.. used to like a lot of things in the 60's that I do not like now, i.e. camaro's, fisca gas(panther piss), schlitz beer, schuler potato chips and nehi soda.
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    Say it's not so .... :rofl:

    Those 2 are timeless ... ;)
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    Sorta like how we hit a nerve with our resident fascist, errr, "Con servative" posters about everything from ending imperialism to reminding people that "trickle down" doesn't work.
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    How do you feel about JFK, PC?
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    OOOHHH the evil imperialist....so lame so 60's :singing:
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    From a moron who's stuck in 1951... Noted.
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    PC, what do you think of JFK? There's a reason I'm asking.

    Thanks.
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    A flawed man, a decent overall president who made a few mistakes in office.
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    Wasn't JFK basically a trickle down guy? A rising tide lifts all boats and all that?
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    I see what you were doing here. You figured I was some Kennedy worshipper, and thought you'd have a whirl at catching me in some semblance of hypocrisy? I recognize your ploy.

    Again, not a perfect president. None are.
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    Don't be so cynical. It was a legitimate question on my part. I have no interest in catching you in anything.

    The question stands--what do you think of JFK, considering he was in many ways the original trickle down guy.

    Or, let's put it another way: why do you not like the notion of a trickle down economy.

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