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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Nut Job Alert!

I just ran across one Erik Rush, who says things like:

"As we got increasingly closer to the 2012 general election, it was my assertion that Obama would not be re-elected without employing widespread fraud of one form or another."

Despite the fact he was leading in almost every poll taken, he was actually trailing!

"The pre-election data simply did not point to such a decisive win for Obama."

Despite the fact that the pre-election data showed almost the exact result that really occurred occurring, it did not "point to" that result!

And finally:

"His latest book, Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal ~ America’s Racial Obsession, examines the racist policies by which the political left keeps black Americans in thralldom, white Americans guilt-ridden and yielding, and maintains the fallacy that America remains an institutionally racist nation."

So, America has policies that keep blacks in "thralldom" and that also maintain "the fallacy that America remains an institutionally racist nation."

You see, institutionally racist policies are in place that generate the false impression that institutionally racist policies are in place!

3 comments:

  1. My memory isn't the best, but it seems to me that the polling in this past election was probably some of the most accurate polling that I've seen in some time. Granted, some were better than others, but overall the outcome was almost exactly what the polling predicted.

    The only thing that made me think that Romney even had a chance was the power of the Israeli lobby (and its supporting constituency) with regard to Iran. But it is now clear that Iran is being put on the back-burner for now, and that Syria is the next major target. To be honest, from a tactical standpoint, this makes a lot of sense. Of course, I don't agree with it, but it does make sense from that perspective.

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  2. The Israel lobby is like the FIRE sector. They own enough of both parties to never actually lose regardless of the electoral outcome. The anti-Castro lobby probably shares this distinction also.

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