I love when people become idiots^2
J Gaszhek , Adventures Of Brave Soldier Joseph Schweik, 1921
Two episodes qualify for the heading and both featured on MSNBC, Morning Joe:
- Jane Harman tells us about self-radicalization as a "new normal'.
Representative Jane Harman by Center for American Progress Action Fund
Kudos to Linda Milazzo, who in Y2010 already had described to us that colorful personality.
Now the Calamity Jane is back with a vengeance. Now she adopts the "self-radicalization'- the new rrrrr- revolutionary concept according to which people can radicalize on their own through Internet and then use pressure-cookers to make bombs. IMHO you can radicalize just from watching Morning Joe and seeing Jane on it but I might be wrong. On the Internet you can radicalize through watching movies like Revenge where perpetual violence takes place in the Hampton's or by reading Charles Krauthammer, or by just placing the Cheney's face on the screen and" looking at it for a while. Idiocy^2. Of course, if you assume the self-radicalization idea then the area for Jane's beloved home radicalization prevention measures significantly expands and the only way to prove thyself as a good citizen is to claim total imbecility. But that place is already taken by the hero of our second episode.
From flickr.com/photos/28567825@N03/5022988241/: George W. Bush, Time cover December 25 2000, .Person of the Year .
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George W. Bush, Time cover December 25 2000, .Person of the Year . by cliff1066
- GW opens his library.
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