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Some scenes and conversation from the international socialist movement strike against Chicago's public schools.
The goal of No Child Left Behind... is to get rid of public education altogether... they don't want the poor... and brown people... to have those critical thinking skills... because maybe those kids will grow up and take the wealthy elites money...
Charles Krauthammer goes on another delightful rant on the ravaged Mideast policy of the Obama administration.
This has been the policy he established, proudly, in Cairo three years ago, and now it's all aflame, it's in ruins... This is the collapse of the major thrust of Obama's policy in the Middle East in front of our eyes...
The president's redistributive (socialist) leanings are well documented over the past few years, but hearing him specifically admit that he believes in it as a policy is valuable for those who might deny it - and having him say it way back early in his career (13 years ago) provides some sense of his commitment to anti-American ideals.
Another benefit to the tape is that it reminds us how brazen the president is being when he misrepresents his goals by saying things like this.
Krauthammer cites new polls that show a huge drop in approval of the US in the Mideast since Obama took office, saying that explains the 'preposterous' position of the administration on the movie being the cause of all the problems.
Killer ad on debt from the Romney campaign.
Dear Daughter - Your share of Obama's debt is over $50,000 and growing...
Liz Warren goes back to the kitchen to attack Scott Brown - but has she ever cooked so much as a piece of toast?
Scott Brown's not a bad guy... he doesn't always vote the wrong way. But too often, on things that really matter, he's not with you....
She should have always been in the kitchen - like Scott has been in some of his ads - instead of behind a desk. Much more relatable. I think it should be a :30 - I got bored. You?
Here's one of the government ads promoting food stamps - a campaign that doesn't air in English.
Mitt holds a press conference to restate - sadly, in more benign language - his hidden camera comments. Happily, he didn't back off from them... but the wimpy language makes you feel like that's what he's doing.
I am sure I can state it more clearly and effectively than I did in a setting like that,” he told reporters assembled quickly at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts before attending a fundraiser.
This is ultimately a question about the direction of the country. Do you believe in a government-centered society that provides more and more benefits? Or do you believe instead in a free-enterprise society where people are able to pursue their dreams?”
For some reason, candidates haven't heard about cell phone video cameras. But it's great to have the Democrat's plan - to reach a point where more people are on the dole than aren't - revealed for all to discuss.
There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it.