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Taking Back the Political Lexicon


There is a vein of philosophy which holds that the existence of absolute truth is negated by the subjectivity of language. Somehow the differing physiognomy of an object like a table individual minds envisioned when the word is mentioned alters and negates the concrete nature of material entities. This is obviously intellectual sophistry of the most puerile kind- clearly, perception ...

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Norquist and Kudlow have finally proven they are strident liberals

Donkey Hotey (CC)

While Washington has in recent weeks been pondering what to do about illegal aliens, a number of pseudoconservatives have recently(and finally) outed themselves as strident liberals after decades of pretending to be conservatives. They are: ATR President Grover Norquist, CNBC host Larry Kudlow, and NH Senator Kelly Ayotte. There was plenty of evidence even before their jump on the amnesty ...

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MUST WATCH: The Funniest Rick Perry "Oops" Video That's Out There

I think I may have seen the funniest video that parodies Rick Perry’s “oops” moment from the CNBC debate.  It’s pretty hilarious, but I should mention it has some potty language. (“B” word, “D” word, “S” word) So?  What did you think?  Funniest Rick Perry “oops” video of the week?  Or waste of time?  I appreciated the concept, and I ...

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Jon Huntsman: I Want To Be President Of The 99%

In one of the biggest flubs of the night, Jon Huntsman said he “wants to be the president of the 99%”.  Ouch, Jon.  That was not a good move.  Check it out, below. Now, to be honest with you, I think Jon had a good opportunity, maybe even a great one.  He should have said,”I want to be president of ...

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CNBC Debate: Your Money, Your Vote, Perry's Senior Moment

CNBC hosted the “Your Money, Your Vote” Republican debate Wednesday night and Jim Cramer is a loud bugger, isn’t he?  The CNBC financial analyst who is famous for his apology tour after he criticized Obama early in his regime was one of 3 moderators in Wednesday’s debate.  He was also the loudest.  Cramer’s perpetual outside voice lacked no measure of ...

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