Speaker at Tufts calls for humility

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    My favorite part of the speech...

    Ahahaha! Bush humble?!? Ahaha... :wank:



    Oh, now it's not so funny to you naive little uni-bots, is it?

    Rememer that day?

    Wake up little drones, you are free of your lefty professors!

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    "I do wish we could learn a little from old Dr. Franklin and at least fake a little humility, give the appearance of humility, and listen to our allies," Isaacson said to loud applause

    The above is also from the Boston Globe, that liberal rag we all know so well.

    Fake it-------now there's a foreign policy if I have ever seen one !!!
     
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    Yep. The economy prediction cracks me up.

    Despite the uncertain thing about the whole economic recovery (which is getting WORSE!), poor Markie has to stay in school!


    This new policy is a war of ideas instead of weapons. It's pefectly insane simply because there are no actual ideas presented, just the idea of using ideas.

    (Me wondering where this is going...)

    Bascially saying the founders are ashamed of our occupation of Iraq and attempt to establish democracy there.


    Is that idea more powerfull than a weapon? My bet is on the weapon.
     

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