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Don't tell me history doesn't repeat
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Byker
2015-09-22 03:15:37 UTC
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At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.

In WWI, the Euros were so hard-up to get the U.S. involved in the
"European War" that posters and illustrations of children being abused and
killed by German soldiers were circulated throughout the U.S. 100 years
later, many historians still feel we were "duped" into sending 110,000
American doughboys to their deaths.
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http://tinyurl.com/obducpj


Students of WWII will remember the famous 1937 photo of the toddler at the
railway station in Shanghai during a Japanese bombardment. It later turned
out to staged, with the photographer placing the child on the platform.
There's also evidence it was faked outright, with the kid and the platform
photographed separately and then combined (note the "burning in," the light
area around the child's body). Humanitarian Clare Boothe Luce, wife of Time
magazine founder Henry Luce, did everything she could to give the pic wide
dissemination. Hubby Henry finally tired of his wife's histrionics and
reportedly said, "People don't want to read about yellow men killing yellow
men."
http://tinyurl.com/ygebqxp


In the early 60's kids were used as an excuse to get us involved in Vietnam:
http://tinyurl.com/ko3dmnt
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Ten years later they were used to get us out of Vietnam:
http://tinyurl.com/l5qrgmh


At the beginning of the First Gulf War in 1991, there was a story about
invading Iraqi troops dumping hundreds of Kuwaiti babies out of their
incubators and leaving them to die . The MSM ate it right up without
checking on sources. It later turned out to be a hoax, cooked up by the
daughter of the Kuwaiti ambassador to the U.S.:
http://tinyurl.com/46b83yr


Now the kiddie card is being played again, for the sake of bleeding-heart
liberals who want to see refugees pouring in from all over the world. Were
it not for the Web, we wouldn't know better, at least not right away. Sure,
the Syrian toddler drowned, but he didn't wash up on the beach. His body
was found in the water among some rocks nearby. Photographers asked the
Turkish soldier to stage the picture by laying him out at the water's edge,
and that's where they fucked up: http://tinyurl.com/otemsyj

And daddy Abdullah's story is bullshit: http://tinyurl.com/ojcgvzp

His family was given FREE housing in Turkey and had been there for THREE
years. Abdullah Kurdi was not in any war zone. He was safe, he had food, he
had over $4,400 in cash, which is over 13,000 Turkish Lira:
http://tinyurl.com/pm34lqc



Oh, and BTW, that "refugee" who was carrying a child when he was tripped by
that Hungarian reporter has turned out to be nothing less than a war
criminal: http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/syria/20092015. Spain decided
to take him in because he's allegedly a good soccer player.


[SIGH] The more things change, the more they stay the same. And when this
whole "refugee" bomb blows up in everyone's faces, they'll wonder, "How
could we have been so naïve?" Hopefully, I'll still be around to say, "See,
I told you so!"
Vidcapper
2015-09-22 06:42:43 UTC
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Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
In WWI, the Euros were so hard-up to get the U.S. involved in the
"European War" that posters and illustrations of children being abused and
killed by German soldiers were circulated throughout the U.S. 100 years
later, many historians still feel we were "duped" into sending 110,000
American doughboys to their deaths.
Were the Americans who died on the Lusitania unreal?

Was the Zimmerman telegram unreal?
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Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
Byker
2015-09-22 22:37:22 UTC
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Post by Vidcapper
Were the Americans who died on the Lusitania unreal?
They'd been warned: http://tinyurl.com/ptbna8v
http://tinyurl.com/o92nqmv
Post by Vidcapper
Was the Zimmerman telegram unreal?
After its revolution, Mexico was in no condition to take on the U.S. We knew
it, Mexico knew it, and Germany knew it: http://tinyurl.com/pso4uag
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimmermann_Telegram#Mexican_response

At the same time, Britain was doing everything it possibly could to drag the
U.S. into the war.
jonathan
2015-09-22 11:05:04 UTC
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Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.

When Putin destroyed what's left of democracy
Europe winked at it, could care less.

When el-Sisi killed 1500 protesters on his first
day in office and wiped out democracy in Egypt
Europe said that's fine, they're all damn dirty
Muslims anyways so they deserve it.

Europe likes strong man dictators, do they
like what they reap too? This mass migration
is entirely of Europe's making, and they need
to clean up their own mistake this time.

Maybe next time Europe won't sing their little song
that democracy isn't a part of 'their' culture.
'They' are not human enough or intelligent enough
to understand or deserve democracy.

Or their other favorite cop-out, it's not their
problem.




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Kerryn Offord
2015-09-22 18:03:55 UTC
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Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?

Chile and Argentina spring immediately to mind.. Then there is the Shah
of Iran, various leaders in Egypt....

Marcos.....
anorak trainspotter nerd
2015-09-22 18:19:45 UTC
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Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
And what about all the US funding of Jerry Adams?
Post by Kerryn Offord
Chile and Argentina spring immediately to mind.. Then there is the Shah
of Iran, various leaders in Egypt....
Marcos.....
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Byker
2015-09-22 23:44:53 UTC
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Post by anorak trainspotter nerd
And what about all the US funding of Jerry Adams?
That came out of private pockets
saracene
2015-09-23 13:28:10 UTC
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Post by Byker
Post by anorak trainspotter nerd
And what about all the US funding of Jerry Adams?
That came out of private pockets
Like the Saudi funding of Isis.
george152
2015-09-22 20:26:28 UTC
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Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
And those your beloved Russia supports?
Or, in your world, they dont count ?
Post by Kerryn Offord
Chile and Argentina spring immediately to mind.. Then there is the Shah
of Iran, various leaders in Egypt....
Marcos.....
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jonathan
2015-09-22 22:22:35 UTC
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Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
Chile and
It was Pinochet, with our prodding, that brought
(flawed) democracy to Chile, and today Chile is
rated #32 on the democracy index with the US #19.
Chile is clearly a success story...relatively
speaking.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_Index


For comparison sake, Russia is #132...below
nations like Vietnam, Libya, Nigeria and
Iraq.
Post by Kerryn Offord
Argentina spring immediately to mind..
Argentina is at #52, Syria at #163 four spots
ahead of N Korea which is dead last at #167
Post by Kerryn Offord
Then there is the Shah
of Iran,
Well no one is perfect! But how has Iran
fared since he was overthrown?

Besides that only makes my point that a dictator
such as a Monarch ends up being repressive, the
people turn against him and it all goes belly up.

Like clockwork~
Post by Kerryn Offord
various leaders in Egypt....
I couldn't be more disappointed in the
US response to the coup by el-Sisi.
The oldest nation on Earth had it's very
first honest and open election, and we
watched it get flushed.

Egypt is and has been a very strategic
nation and we have bigger fish to fry.

But the US has been consistent in pushing
all these nations to be more democratic.
And when one goes off the deep end we
usually cut ties, like with the Shah
and with Marcos.
Post by Kerryn Offord
Marcos.....
When he stole his last election we helped
push him out and now the Philippines sits
at a respectable #53.

I'm glad you didn't bring up Saudi Arabia~

But even the Saudis, their people are not
suffering, quite the contrary, they have
one of the highest standards of living
in the world.

Put these two lists below side by side, they're
almost the same lists, with the main exception
the oil rich nations.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_Index

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(nominal)


Not to mention, compare a conflict map with
the democracy index. Syria, backed by Russia,
North Korea and Iran (Gaza/Hezbollash) all
are near the bottom of the democracy index.

And near the top of the flaming pits of hell
index.


/mideast.liveuamap.com/






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jonathan
2015-09-23 02:21:40 UTC
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Post by jonathan
It was Pinochet, with our prodding, that brought
(flawed) democracy to Chile, and today Chile is
rated #32 on the democracy index with the US #19.
Nineteen?

Wiki must be full of America hating Euros~
No way we're 19~




s
Kerryn Offord
2015-09-23 06:43:11 UTC
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Post by jonathan
Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
Chile and
It was Pinochet, with our prodding, that brought
(flawed) democracy to Chile, and today Chile is
rated #32 on the democracy index with the US #19.
Chile is clearly a success story...relatively
speaking.
Pinochet was installed by the US (effectively the CIA was a major
influence behind the coup) when the freely elected Socialists were
deposed. The USA continued to support him until his eventual "overthrow".
Since Pinochet was removed democracy has occurred in Chile.

Not because of USA, but inspite of USA

<SNIP>
Post by jonathan
Post by Kerryn Offord
Argentina spring immediately to mind..
Argentina is at #52, Syria at #163 four spots
ahead of N Korea which is dead last at #167
And US supported the military junta that controlled Argentina during
their dirty war etc (They had a few problems with what to do during the
Falklands conflict, but were still basically supporting the military
Junta running Argentina.

Since the fall of the junta Argentina has become more democratic..

So, enough of this Euro bashing.. USA has been installing dictators and
"appeasing" them just as much if not more...
Byker
2015-09-23 21:38:58 UTC
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Post by jonathan
Argentina is at #52, Syria at #163 four spots
ahead of N Korea which is dead last at #167
And US supported the military junta that controlled Argentina during their
dirty war etc (They had a few problems with what to do during the
Falklands conflict, but were still basically supporting the military Junta
running Argentina.
At the height of the Cold War, we didn't need any more Cubas or Nicaraguas
in the Western Hemisphere. We needed to keep the Communists out, and we kept
them out...
S***@smack.com
2015-09-23 22:40:18 UTC
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Post by Byker
At the height of the Cold War, we didn't need any more Cubas or Nicaraguas
in the Western Hemisphere. We needed to keep the Communists out, and we kept
them out...
Then why did we sell arms to IRAN---and give the proceeds to the worse
scum in SA and praise them?
Post by Byker
==========================================================
"These gentlemen are the moral equivalents of America’s
founding fathers.

Ronald Regan introducing the Mujahideen leaders, 1985).
dott.Piergiorgio
2015-09-25 14:43:38 UTC
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Post by Byker
At the height of the Cold War, we didn't need any more Cubas or Nicaraguas
in the Western Hemisphere. We needed to keep the Communists out, and we kept
them out...
Then why did we sell arms to IRAN---and give the proceeds to the worse
scum in SA and praise them?
leave him alone in his delusions... on the West itself, I'm proud of my
polical heritage:

PARTITO COMUNISTA ITALIANO.

the third-largest Communist party in the world (that is, after the USSR
and China ones...) having up to 1/3 of the electorate, governing avg.
1/4 of Italian Regioni and more than half of cities and towns, and
enjoying near-absolute control of union and labor market. all this well
inside the "free" side of the world, in a major NATO country.

go figure that "keep the Communist out" delusion...

Dott. Piergiorgio.
Byker
2015-09-25 19:46:23 UTC
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Post by S***@smack.com
Post by Byker
At the height of the Cold War, we didn't need any more Cubas or
Nicaraguas in the Western Hemisphere. We needed to keep the Communists
out, and we kept them out...
Then why did we sell arms to IRAN---and give the proceeds to the worse
scum in SA and praise them?
leave him alone in his delusions... on the West itself, I'm proud of my
Yeah, I BET you are:

Why is it so hard to form a government in Italy?
http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/04/economist-explains-8

Italy votes for 62nd government since WWII
http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/04/13/us-italy-election-rules-idUSL135128120080413

Letta government is only latest to exit Italy's revolving door
http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304434104579381351599893402

"It has been the rare premier who has led a government for the entire length
of the parliament's five-year mandate. Silvio Berlusconi, the billionaire
politician, was one of the few to maintain power for a full mandate. But
while Mr. Berlusconi boasts the longest government at five years, he also
led one of the shortest. His first coalition crashed after just eight
months.

"Instead, the norm has been governments that last on average a year—much
like the outgoing coalition headed by Prime Minister Enrico Letta, who said
he would tender his resignation Friday. His government lasted 10 months."
S***@smack.com
2015-09-25 21:35:49 UTC
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Post by Byker
Post by dott.Piergiorgio
Post by S***@smack.com
Post by Byker
At the height of the Cold War, we didn't need any more Cubas or
Nicaraguas in the Western Hemisphere. We needed to keep the Communists
out, and we kept them out...
Then why did we sell arms to IRAN---and give the proceeds to the worse
scum in SA and praise them?
leave him alone in his delusions... on the West itself, I'm proud of my
So---are you saying that Limpballs didn't tell you about the Ollie
North crimes, or raygun lying, or the puffed up "threats" that Raygun
used to elevate his bonifides?
Post by Byker
==========================================================
"These gentlemen are the moral equivalents of America’s
founding fathers.

Ronald Regan introducing the Mujahideen leaders, 1985).

jonathan
2015-09-24 00:43:22 UTC
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Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Kerryn Offord
Post by jonathan
Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
Chile and
It was Pinochet, with our prodding, that brought
(flawed) democracy to Chile, and today Chile is
rated #32 on the democracy index with the US #19.
Chile is clearly a success story...relatively
speaking.
Pinochet was installed by the US (effectively the CIA was a major
influence behind the coup) when the freely elected Socialists were
deposed.
Your looking at history through Euro-colored glasses~

Let's talk about Allende and Pinochet in more detail
using facts though. Just because we supported his
ouster doesn't mean it was our coup.

Allende was doing to Chile what Putin did to
democracy in Russia, dismantle it become a
dictator for life.


Salvador Allende
From Wiki


As president, Allende adopted a policy of nationalisation
of industries and collectivisation; due to these and
other factors, increasingly strained relations between him
and the legislative and judicial branches of the Chilean
government – who did not share his enthusiasm for
socialisation – culminated in a declaration of a
"constitutional breakdown" by the congress.

A centre-right majority including the Christian Democrats,
whose support had enabled Allende's election, denounced
his rule as unconstitutional and called for his
overthrow by force.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_Allende




Augusto Pinochet


Under the influence of the free market-oriented neoliberal
"Chicago Boys", the military government implemented
economic reforms, including currency stabilization,
tariff cutting, opening Chile's markets to global trade,
restricting labor unions, privatizing social security,
and the privatization of hundreds of state-controlled
industries. These policies produced what has been referred
to as the "Miracle of Chile," but critics state that the
government policies dramatically increased economic
inequality.[15]

Chile was, for most of the 1990s, the best-performing
economy in Latin America, though academics continue
to dispute the legacy of Pinochet's reforms.[16]

Pinochet's 17-year rule was given a legal framework
through a controversial 1980 plebiscite, which
approved a new Constitution drafted by a
government-appointed commission. In a 1988
plebiscite 56% voted against Pinochet's continuing
as president, which led to democratic elections
for the Presidency and Congress. After stepping
down in 1990, Pinochet continued to serve as
Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army until
10 March 1998, when he retired and became
a senator-for-life in accordance with his
1980 Constitution"


...his constitution, which returned democracy
and Chile's future.
Post by Kerryn Offord
The USA continued to support him until his eventual "overthrow".
Since Pinochet was removed democracy has occurred in Chile.
He wasn't removed, his constitution allowed the
people to vote him out of office, and he complied.
Post by Kerryn Offord
Not because of USA, but inspite of USA
<SNIP>
Post by jonathan
Post by Kerryn Offord
Argentina spring immediately to mind..
Argentina is at #52, Syria at #163 four spots
ahead of N Korea which is dead last at #167
And US supported the military junta that controlled Argentina during
their dirty war etc (They had a few problems with what to do during the
Falklands conflict, but were still basically supporting the military
Junta running Argentina.
Since the fall of the junta Argentina has become more democratic..
So, enough of this Euro bashing.. USA has been installing dictators and
"appeasing" them just as much if not more...
I think who is appeasing tyrants...now is what matters.
We can argue over history forever.



s
Mitchell Holman
2015-09-24 02:04:40 UTC
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Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas
and is desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things
haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
Europe has yet to learn the lesson of WW2, appeasing
dictators always ends up the same way, with one
human horror after another. Europe is appeasing
not only Putin, but Assad and el-Sisi, and this
mass migration and human tragedy is the natural
result.
<SNIP>
And what about the dictators USA supports/ supported?
Chile and
It was Pinochet, with our prodding, that brought
(flawed) democracy to Chile, and today Chile is
rated #32 on the democracy index with the US #19.
Chile is clearly a success story...relatively
speaking.
Pinochet was installed by the US (effectively the CIA was a major
influence behind the coup) when the freely elected Socialists were
deposed.
Your looking at history through Euro-colored glasses~
Let's talk about Allende and Pinochet in more detail
using facts though. Just because we supported his
ouster doesn't mean it was our coup.
Allende was doing to Chile what Putin did to
democracy in Russia, dismantle it become a
dictator for life.
Salvador Allende
From Wiki
As president, Allende adopted a policy of nationalisation
of industries and collectivisation; due to these and
other factors, increasingly strained relations between him
and the legislative and judicial branches of the Chilean
government – who did not share his enthusiasm for
socialisation – culminated in a declaration of a
"constitutional breakdown" by the congress.
A centre-right majority including the Christian Democrats,
whose support had enabled Allende's election, denounced
his rule as unconstitutional and called for his
overthrow by force.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_Allende
Augusto Pinochet
Under the influence of the free market-oriented neoliberal
"Chicago Boys", the military government implemented
economic reforms, including currency stabilization,
tariff cutting, opening Chile's markets to global trade,
restricting labor unions, privatizing social security,
and the privatization of hundreds of state-controlled
industries.
...and killing all his political
opponents and students who MIGHT become
political opponents.
Byker
2015-09-24 20:49:48 UTC
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Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
I wonder what direction this country would have taken had Barry Goldwater
been in the White House instead of LBJ?


In this date and time:

You can tell Hillary is running out of ideas:


And then there are the global-warmists:


jack595
2015-09-24 21:01:07 UTC
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Post by Byker
At this point in time it's worth noting that when kids are trotted out for
political reasons, it's because that side has run out of ideas and is
desperate, so it tries to tug on heartstrings. Things haven't changed much
in the last 100 years.
I wonder what direction this country would have taken had Barry Goldwater
been in the White House instead of LBJ?
http://youtu.be/9Id_r6pNsus
http://youtu.be/U22UuYAHO0I
http://youtu.be/QD2WTK94c1U
http://youtu.be/jzSuP_TMFtk
Maybe you don't want to know

http://althistory.wikia.com/wiki/President_Goldwater
Byker
2015-09-24 22:24:44 UTC
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Post by jack595
Maybe you don't want to know
http://althistory.wikia.com/wiki/President_Goldwater
Goldwater's 1964 electoral wipeout resulted in big down-ticket Democratic
wins.

Johnson started his first full term with Democratic supermajorities in
Congress that helped him pass Medicare and Medicaid and his other "Great
Society" agenda items that were anathema to limited-government
conservatives.

It appeared conservatism was dead, but it was just revving up. It ultimately
outlasted Goldwater's dedication to the movement.

Meanwhile, Goldwater true believers quietly filled rank-and-file Republican
Party positions. They continued to remake the party from the inside,
ensuring moderate candidates no longer had the inside track.

A generation of young Goldwater disciples, invigorated by the idealism of
the 1964 campaign, ran for Congress and other political offices, further
extending the conservative movement's influence on Capitol Hill and in state
legislatures.

Republicans rebounded and made big gains in the 1966 congressional midterm
elections.

Despite Johnson's domestic-policy achievements, the morass of the Vietnam
War became his undoing, and he chose not to run in 1968.

Reagan's 1980 election was widely seen as mainstream vindication of
Goldwater-style conservatism.
Byker
2015-09-23 02:43:03 UTC
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Post by Byker
[SIGH] The more things change, the more they stay the same. And when this
whole "refugee" bomb blows up in everyone's faces, they'll wonder, "How
could we have been so naïve?" Hopefully, I'll still be around to say,
"See, I told you so!"
Does it really matter? Who cares?
It doesn't matter to me anymore. After seeing the past repeat again and
again, I've decided to not give a shit anymore, and live out my golden years
as the world implodes...
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