Ben wrote:If you don't have time to watch all of this - which makes for salutory viewing - skip to 7.23.
Bhikkhu Pesala wrote:The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter. (Sir Winston Churchill).
So much for Meatloaf. What you are seeing in this -- the subtext -- is a fear of the browning of America and having an uppity blackman in the White House has driven home the fact that America is changing in very pronounced ways. As for the 7:23 man, he is throwing a name, having no idea what it mean, because it sounds so completely other than what he knows.Ben wrote:If you don't have time to watch all of this - which makes for salutory viewing - skip to 7.23.
Ben wrote:Yeah,I also thought that it was interesting when the voters were asked about Romney's plan - no one had a clue. Still, that could have been edited that way.
From an outsider's perspective - I reckon O'Bama has been an excellent president - despite the mess he inherited.
Interesting days ahead, no doubt.
Cittasanto wrote:But a serious question. Is the USA the only country that think free nationalised health care is communist?
polarbuddha101 wrote:Cittasanto wrote:But a serious question. Is the USA the only country that think free nationalised health care is communist?
Ben wrote:skip to 7.23.
"This land is born for the freedom of everybody. We welcome anybody in our country...which is great
but with that we paying the consequences coz we let them tell us you're gonna follow my religion because I don't believe in you...."
"Who are them you keep referring to them?"
"Ah... the the Buddhists...all there ...I am not...they are there...we all know" (hesitatingly).
"You think Buddhists have come into the country and taken over your religion?"
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