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    These dumbxss cheats have been selling paranoid scams since 1988. Really since 1959 and the John Birch Society, but that &^%^& Lee Atwater struck a seam of batshxt crazy gold with his Angry White Males campaign for Bush41.

    AWM + race-hatred = a honey pot for white paranoids. This works like a Super Bowl drawing in beer drinkers.

    Sure, they do anti-abortion. Three, maybe four variations on "Librul Baby Killers !!"

    (The already-born baby killers are NRA. You knew that.)

    Otherwise, it's paranoia 24/7/365 with Koch/Scaife/etc billions pushing every damn campaign. Read an issue of "American Rifleman." Go to the Bircher web site. Go to anything that says "taxpayer." Or "Liberty." Go to any Bircher web site for a House race. (Birchers like to say they're a "tea party.")

    They're addicted. There was joking in 2012 that the GOPers were selling fear. But that was underestimating the situation.

    Exogenous paranoia is their central theme.

    Paranoia is their most important product.

    Why do it ??? So they can steal. Inducing paranoia is their set of keys to the vault.

    WTF else would anyone watch Fox News ??? Other than getting a "hit" of artificial stimuli to support an end-user habit.

    Exogenous paranoia -- keep the phrase in mind.

    Real paranoids develop their own self-generated fantasies. That's why it's called Paranoid Personality Disorder. These are ACTIVE paranoids.

    The Fox News watchers are PASSIVE paranoids. Their fantasy level depends on the environment. The level of fiction they see on a daily basis.

    They're &^%^&*&^%^& addicts.

    Gawd knows what happens if Fox News, Limbaugh, the WSJ editorial pages and news operation, go away. The withdrawal symptoms could astonish.

    Welcome to adrenalin boosted crazy. Amped by the Republican Party and their Far Right billionaires for 25 years.

    (By the paranoids among America's billionaires since 1959.)

    "Have you left no sense of decency, sir, at long last?" Army Attorney to Sen. McCarthy, 1954. "We have done nothing to be ashamed of. We have nothing to apologize for." NRA 12/14/2012.

    by bontemps2012 on Sat Jan 26, 2013 at 06:28:09 PM PST

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