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    We are a Neanderthal nation of rubes and stupid patriots.

    Couldn't have said it any better.

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    See!

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    "I know, Reasonites are smarter than 220 years of political evolution."

    Yes, go on ...

  • botoxporcupine||

    As Lord Acton once said, "Liberalism is concerned with what should be, not what is."

    And before you go equating liberalism (in the classical sense) with the left, go shoot yourself in the head.

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    Paddy K|3.18.11 @ 7:12PM|#
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    Is that to get more clicks?

    Yes

    It doesn't do that to me though. It does take extra clicks to navigate between an article's comments to a H&R post.

  • Southerner||

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  • Tony||

    Treating both parties equally with respect to the principles you care about is a good way to excuse the worse offender for its abuses.

    Which is to say, hating Democrats for a small tax increase the same way you hate Republicans for the patriot act or horrific phony wars makes you seem as if you've opened your mind enough for your brain to fall out.

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