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Harvard Elite, Repeats, Repeats

Is Dr. Susan Rice a professional liar of just stupid for going on the Sunday liberal shows and misleading the American taxpayers about Benghazi?

Just a thought.

UN Ambassador (Is there really such a thing? How about a UN Doormatador?) Susan Rice would have known more about Benghazi and the murder of our people by Al Qaida if she had simply watched FOX News. But no, she took her lead from the campaign experts on the Obama re-election team.

But Susan Rice is a Harvard grad. Apparently one can buy that kind of stupid through simply attending some lectures for four years.

At graduation you are awarded a prestigious “Follow Like A Sheep Skin.”

Reader Comments (9)

SNAP! Ed, that last line is worthy of keeping in your hip pocket for repeat fire; very clever.
– C. dog
November 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Nothin' says uncommon nonsense like a Harvard diploma in O-the-humanities!
– C. dog
November 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

I know several Harvard grads and had one in my taxpayer group for a while.

The ones I know did not fall prey to the university socialist dogma sold to the weaker minds.

In fact, quite the contrary.

So it is disapointing but predictable that Obama would go fruit picking from that bunch of nuts.

FDR did the same with "Yale Men" who lead this country to ruin before a world war economy "rescued" it.

FDR and Obama are so similar in that regard.
November 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Where did you get your history lesson about FDR and the Great Depression? I thought the Hoover School of Economics was shut down in 1931.
November 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

I don't argue law, facts or history with libs, you know that.

If FDR is your hero then you should be happy because Obama is doing just what FDR did - minus a world war, yet.

Long live socialist propaganda and revisionist history.
November 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Well, Ed! "Long live socialist propaganda and revisionist history?" You're for that??? I'm against it. I don't like to see propaganda on either side, and we see a lot -- admittedly, on both sides, but when one watches Faux News -- as I do for entertainment and to try to better understand the right-wingers of the world -- I know that the revisionist history going on is on the right-wing side. I'm against that, too.

So you might be for propaganda and revisionist history, but I stand on the side of the historic facts about the Good Ole United States of America. Not the myths, like George Washington could never tell a lie. Or that Davy Crockett died at the Alamo while swinging his gun a la Fess Parker (he died after surrendering, and by that he showed courage regardless, and he should be remembered for that). Or that FDR or MLK were communists. Or that Barack Obama wasn't born in America. Or that LBJ was a socialist for fighting for Medicare.

So while I appreciate what you've done for improving transparency in government and fighting along side of me for improved Right To Know laws in our state government, it would be good for us to set aside the myths and not hide behind propaganda on any side. Facts have a way of telling a good American story all by themselves.
November 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

Fact: You support non-resident voting.

Fact: Non-resident voters just voted in NH on the income tax amendment although they would never pay it.

Fact: Double Liberal Standard - Standard Liberal Hypocricy.
November 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ummm, Ed -- how do you define "non-resident?" Everyone who voted had to say they "live" here. I'd love to hear how YOU decide that YOU decide who is "non-resident," and/or what your definition is.

I support Americans' right to vote where they live. Fact, Ed. That's the American dream -- and a right protected by our U.S. and New Hampshire Constitutions. Darn those documents, huh? They protect all of us from having our rights taken away by any of us.
November 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

Why do Democrats hate college kids?

And why do Democrats hate women and want to marginalize them?
November 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

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