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  •  "anti-American"? (4.00)
    What he means by that, and let us never forget it, is that the World War II generation was anti-Fascist.

    Which is unforgivable, to Norquist.

    We Democrats are deciduous. We fade, lose heart, become torpid, languish, then the sap rises again, and we are passionate. -- Garrison Keillor

    by Evan on Mon Sep 20, 2004 at 07:55:47 PM PDT

    •  Self-inoculation (none)
      Now that he's called the Greatest Generation anti-American, no one will be able to effectively point out that he is a complete traitor to America's values.

      George Bush is suffering chronic mendacity syndrome.

      by freelunch on Mon Sep 20, 2004 at 07:57:55 PM PDT

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      •  In his dreams. (none)
        In fact, didn't you just do that? His claim doesn't seem to have held you back at all. ; )

        If a landslide falls in the bit bucket... was there an election?

        by Canadian Reader on Mon Sep 20, 2004 at 10:35:01 PM PDT

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        •  Unfortunately, I'm no journalist (none)
          Nor do I just condemn journalists just because they got the last story wrong.

          George Bush is suffering chronic mendacity syndrome.

          by freelunch on Tue Sep 21, 2004 at 05:10:53 AM PDT

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