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Discussion in 'Politics' started by poncho, Jun 30, 2005.
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Yup, and the propaganda gets so thick you can cut it with spork.
Hannity Says Pre-9/11 Iraq Invasion Plan A Conspiracy Theory. Watch the video below.
Someone getting to close to the truth?
Personally, I am glad that we have removed Saddam Hussein from power. Kudos to President Bush and especially to our armed forces.
I'm glad myself Ken. But, I find it unfortunate that this admistration and Hannity apparently feel the American people are to stupid to reach a conclusion on our own and have to be subjected to endless propaganda. We are well able to read, and comprehend the obvious...well some percentage of us anyways. I guess they know most Americans won't read PNAC'S documents or the Grandchessboard.
It really does get tiresome to see these shills like Hannity and Limbaugh acuse the oppostion of tactics they themselves employ all the time. The more I study propaganda the more my "paranoid shift" makes sense to me.
What you tend to call propaganda, poncho, I tend to call facts. What I tend to call propaganda, poncho, you tend to call facts.
So it goes.
My facts have something yours seems to lack though Ken. Documentation.
Many Iraqis are thankful as well. Saddam should have been taken out a long time ago. He is an evil man.
It would be nice if you provided some, poncho. Especially from something other than a far out conspiracy website.
I've been providing them for over a year and you've been dismissing them for a year, well except for that short period that you had your own paranoid shift.
I don't want to get into another ruckus like last night Ken so, go ahead and get in the last word, I'm going swimming. Have a good evening.
I don't think that most reasonable folks would consider credible a website that calls itself prisonplanet.com.
Nor would most reasonable people consider PNAC documents to credible or so it seems. Okay, now you can have the last word. Splash splash.
Good night Ken.
There's a major difference, poncho. PNAC is a mainstream group. I also have never read anything by PNAC that I have any major problem with.
Enjoy the water.
For bush it is very simple the consequences of
deception is loss of trust.
The evidence is in the polling
You are seeing a lot of desperate pandering of
news items to avert eyes off of bush and bad
leadership...he is not the CEO or has he ever
been. If bush was running a company the stockholders would have staged a revolt to get
him impeached, recalled, or just plain fired.
Sean Hannity what a joke now there's a real entertainer pretending he is a journalist.
Hannity is a talk show host, not a journalist, and he knows the difference. That's why he has millions of listeners and has one of the most successful radio talk shows ever.
Besides that, he's a cutie.
See there KenH even LE is entertained
Mainstream right. Government and business joined at the hip. Wasn't that a Mussolini thing?
You answered your own argument.
It is a war of words. If you don't participate, you lose.
If the administration hadn't engaged in "propaganda", they would have been defeated by the "propaganda" of the Democrats who are currently motivated by one thing- Absolute, indignant disbelief that the American people have completely kicked them out of power.
I myself would love to see the debate begin to be between the libertarians... and the more libertarians. However, you have to stop a train before you can turn it around. The conservatives/Republicans are far from perfect but they are taking more steps in the right direction.
I wonder if the American people wouldn't listen if real libertarians had more of a voice in the popular media?