Liberalism can't hold it's own water

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    http://www.americandaily.com/article/9878


     
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    What difference does that make?? If there wasn't truth to it it would not be relevant.
     
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    is this the best you can do to refute the facts?
     
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    Lamo. Really. Offer something substantial.
     
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    All I was commenting was that there wasn't anything new in that article. There seems to be this fascination with continually repeating the same thing over and over again in these articles... both about liberals and conservatives. True as it may be, how about some fresh information?
     
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    Some information is worthy of being repeated.
     
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    Fair enough, repeat away. My apologies. :beer:
     
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    That was news to me about Sweden! Good aticle.
     
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    I can see your point. On the other hand, do you know how often Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands, etc. are held up as 'models'? In almost all cases, the fact that Sweden and Switzerland are both primarily homogeneous, with extremely educated populations are omitted from such reports?

    I guess the rebuttals will stop when the 'positive stories' stop.
     
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