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  •  Yep Horowitz is DANGEROUS! (none)

    In the future people will wonder why most didn't challenge Bush's excesses
    The truth? Complacency was easier

    by lawnorder on Tue Mar 29, 2005 at 11:38:26 AM PST

    •  I was being sarcastic when I said he was funny (none)
      because, as I went on to say, he must be talking about himself rather than the people he accuses.

      You know, sort of that "laugh to keep from crying" idea when you see your nation disintegrating into a fascist state.

      I do think Horowitz is dangerous, and I think that anyone who has a child who wants to go to college, or anyone who wants to attract industry and professionals to their state should make sure their legislatures know how abhorent this current anti-intellectual assault is, and how dangerous it is for the economic health of a state.

      And people in this country will have to start voting with their feet if the right wing rams through the fascist legislation they propose, which is what the "academic bill of rights" is (it's no different than islamic fascism...just change the name of the religion...same thing with Hindu fascism, which is something people here could learn from.)

      •  Ooops! (none)
        Sorry! My sense of humor has been on the fritz lately!

        In the future people will wonder why most didn't challenge Bush's excesses
        The truth? Complacency was easier

        by lawnorder on Tue Mar 29, 2005 at 07:30:22 PM PST

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