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Re: “The Power of Ignorance

" did not attend this little shindig, in part because I refused to shell out the $150 admission, but also because I had a pretty good idea what the conclusions of the participants would be. When the SCV starts talking about Abraham Lincoln, you don't have to be a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing."
Maybe you should have attended one or both before attacking. You might have learned something-- that is, unless you already know it all.

"Political power cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be moved around." Can we have some premises/proof please? This sweeping conclusion is neither necessary in its construction, nor does it square with world history.

Since Mr. Moredock is white, I can assume that when he means white people, he means white people other than those who hold his particular idea of what is proper to believe or think. Thus, his criticism cannot really be of white people, but only those with whom he disagrees.

Pathetic. I feel sorry for such intolerant and closed minded people.

3- Mr. Mordock's critique of big business assumes that the federal governement and big business are not in business with one another. I cannot think of one law that has ever been passed that actually benefited any consumer. Good intentions do not make good laws.

Posted by Intolouvre on February 14, 2011 at 8:52 AM

Re: “Fox News pollutes our democracy with lies

i don't believe fox news any more than i believe cnn, msnbc, or obama and his propagandist. do you?

Posted by Intolouvre on August 27, 2009 at 9:38 AM

Re: “It transformed the South, and it should be upheld

Fine. Make it apply to all states or none. If we are a colony, then that is an all together different issue. We are a part of the union or we are not. No special laws for the South or any other state. Besides, it is illegal under the tenth amendment. This is a classic logical fallacy: cum hoc ergo propter hoc. Correlation does not imply causation!

Posted by Intolouvre on May 13, 2009 at 7:42 PM
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