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From: "Robert Green" <robert_green1...@yah00.com>
Subject: Re: Trader4 was right?? gensets vs. car inverters.....
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 02:54:27 -0500
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"Existential Angst" <fit...@optonline.net> wrote in message
> "Robert Green" <robert_green1...@yah00.com> wrote in message
> > It's just more made up, partisan bullshit. You might have noticed that
> > strategy didn't work. Some people say that it was Mitt's naked lies
> > the auto industry sealed his fate.
> False Facts = True Facts.
> Ackshooly, as far as Le Pubic is concerned, False Facts are BETTER than
Somewhere along the line, the media began to become obsessed with reporting
a story through the eyes of people on both sides of an issue. The problem
became one of finding at least some opposing viewpoints that were kooky and
presenting them alongside realistic viewpoints as if they had equal weight.
Creationism v. evolution is one example, at least in terms of provable
assertions. Creationists have the bible and evolutionists everything else.
Here's a news story about how Facebook is fast become fraud central:
SAN FRANCISCO - The Facebook page for Gaston Memorial Hospital, in Gastonia,
N.C., offers a chicken salad recipe to encourage healthy eating, tips on
avoiding injuries at Zumba class, and pictures of staff members dressed up
at Halloween. Typical stuff for a hospital in a small town. . . . But in
October, another Facebook page for the hospital popped up. This one posted
denunciations of President Obama and what it derided as "Obamacare." It
swiftly gathered hundreds of followers, and the anti-Obama screeds picked up
"likes." . . .The fake page came down 11 days later, as mysteriously as it
had come up. The hospital says it has no clue who was behind it.
I know!!! (-: Well, I can make a pretty good guess. The same people who
faked the Carville quote. For the same tired old reasons.