Despite a pretended insistence on a strict interpretation of the Constitution, certain Republicans harbor a myth that change is unconstitutional or, at the very least, against the American tradition. IMO, that's why some loosely-bound people have taken shots at Progressive leaders, going all the way back to Theodore Roosevelt. Policies and legislation should be debated on their merits. Instead, this shibboleth is promulgated that change itself is un-American.
I think this mythology is dangerous in an armed society.
Exhibit No. 1 is this carefully rehearsed exchange.
This is bigger than just John Voight.
On the Fact that Some Progressives (this, After Having Ignored the Story for Months Searching for an Angle that Would Preserve Their Socialist Utopian Template) Are Now Blaming the Implosion of the Venezuelan Economy on "Artificially Low Oil Prices" Caused by Saudi Arabia "Flooding the Market with Supply" - More economic illiteracy from the hard-left. a) The low prices are a by-product of supply and demand (the fracking revolution in America, the fact that Ira...
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