lowstudent wrote: This is why I continue to advocate letting libs have their way. Not improving what they are trying to do, just saying what you want to do and why, but letting things go as libs see fit. If there is any hope of folks seeing the truth of where we are headed it will be made clear faster in allowing libs to take 100 percent of credit for the results of implementing their ideas and ignoring those of conservatives.One would think this may be a solution, but I don't know if--even as the rich become poor and the poor become poorer, as Thomas Peterffy explained during the campaign--that would help libruls to think clearly.Clear and critical thinking is a skill that requires that one WANT to think clearly and critically. Here's a blog article about Peterffy's attempt to assist voters to think clearly and critically. Note the comments on the blog.http://onconservatism.blogspot.com/2012/10/on-thomas-peterff...
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