From the Moonbat Section On Iraq

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    http://www.salon.com/mwt/col/tenn/2005/12/12/activist/index_np.html

    Written by a very self-impressed grad student on why he may leave:
    Oh and the answer from the Salon writer:

     
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    Very funny reaction to the above:
    http://www.claytoncramer.com/weblog/2005_12_11_archive.html#113442053262055165

     
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    Wow - you so have this clown pegged! Me me me. I'm so great. I'm so smart. And, I'm so noble; I feel GUILTY, you see.

    "And I am not sure if there is a way in American academia to seriously help make the world a better place."

    Oh, I've got a few ideas - if this asshole REALLY wants to know!

    Now, THIS guy scares me. The will of the people, expressed at the ballot box, is just not going to do - not if we're too unenlightened to get it right. What a miserable little tyrant! The blind arrogance of liberal socialism never ceases to dazzle me. And he's got the nerve to compare the left's "struggle" to the students in Tiananmen Square; is he that dim, or does he just think WE are?
     
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    personally I was impressed with the references to Marx by the student and Tiananmen Square, seems to prove that they are still interested in Communism. "C'mon, we can get it right!" Moonbats!
     
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    Spectacular, dazzling moonbattery! The student, of course, demonstrates that he is yet a novice; the seasoned communist revolutionary has learned to cloak the designs of his secret heart in "progressive" or "civil libertarian" guise. He''ll learn; he'll become a more accomplished liar. The movement can't have these loose cannons crashing about - blurting out their true desires.

    The Salon writer, on the other hand, is a more dangerous character, IMHO. He has learned to lie AUDACIOUSLY - his skill almost Clintonian. To wrap himself up in the true heroes of Tiananmen Square, when their murderers were tyrants of his precise stripe...

    For once, I'm at a loss for words!
     
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    Im not so sure I would be so critical of the original writer / student. He seems genuine, and like you say, the salon writer seems scary.

    Plus the student did mention neocons having influence, I like that!
     
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    Well, I'll go along with THIS much - he seems like a genuine, self-absorbed, slavishly indoctrinated communist moonbat!

    I agree, though, that the Salon writer is truly dangerous.
     
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    Yup, implying that the left has none. Right. Btw, he also mentions Marx.
     
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    in front of. Dagnabit!! What's a young aspiring Marxist revolutionary to do? It's simply not enough to poison the minds of others, one MUST have a physical cause..... Damned democracy!!! Electing people the left doesn't approve. Stupid, moronic, Marxist education lacking, free, liberated, voting Americans, simply are UNDESERVING of the guidance of the Marxist educated intellectual. Dumb Americans!!
     
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    That's what got me. You know you're in trouble when someone mentions Marx, in a good way, in the first ten lines of something that long.
     

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