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Doug_Remley BS: How the US will finally lose its power? (129* d) RE: BS: How the US will finally lose its power? 10 May 03


"Toto, do you see Kansas anywhere?"

Guests seem to appear uncomfortable with names allowing recollection of previous points, thus I am confused. How widespread IS the use of novels as reference materials, or, is it simply P.T. Barnum's old saw that hits the mark? At first-hand it was clear to anyone with leadership experience that Carter's failure (and maybe Clinton's, to an extent, but that was only through observation from afar) was due to very poor staff choices. Their presence in office without the family names mentioned becomes prima facie evidence of the fact.

As an aside, that was true of Daniel Ortega, as well. Though Socialism is a requirement for heavily agrarian economies in transit to healthier, mixed economies with good distribution infrastructure and modern education, denial of US support creates vacuums happily filled by neo-socialist/communist (no point in beating bushes) thugs. Often a good dog dies of its own worms and fleas. Guests, if it suits. That may be also why the US finally loses what power it has. They are called parasites. Not necessarily a generalized infection, but oddly, an infection of generalization and innuendo. Feelings as fact rather than fact affecting feeling.


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