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‘How Conservatives Have Been Fleeced and Lied to by the Conservative Entertainment Complex’

There is a stunning video clip of conservative commentator David Frum explaining how conservatives have been fleeced and lied to by the conservative entertainment complex: ‘The problem with Republican leaders is that they’re cowards, not that they’re fundamentally mistaken. The … Continue reading

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You’re Another: Ad Hominem Arguments as a Substitute for Real Debate

Someone I correspond with on line, recently introduced me to the term ‘Ad Hominem‘ (literally ‘to the man‘): in its definition: ‘Dealing with an opponent by attacking their character instead of answering their arguments.’ And no sooner I had I … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum and the Ghosts of 1933

A number of my friends in Michigan have had calls from Democrats urging them to vote in the Republican Primary for Rick Santorum, because he would be a weaker candidate than Romney. Why is it that this reminds me of … Continue reading

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The Republican Candidates: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

I got so many hits on this image in another posting that I am posting it in its own right: Four Republican Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Santorum, Gingrich, Romney, and Paul aka: Fundy, Sleazy, Shallow and Nutty:

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