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Déj- vu in Afghanistan?

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The conflict in Afghanistan had its Tet Offensive moment last Sunday, when a soldier, whose name wasn't initially released by the Ministry of Truth, went on a shooting rampage.   Just because the Peaceniks believe that proves that the war in Afghanistan is unwinnable, they are ready to call it quits.   President Obama can now sound like George W. Bush and urge the folks to continue fighting the war in Afghanistan for no appareanet reason or he can mimic Lyndon Johnson and decline the Democratic Party's nomination.   By mid-week, President Obama was recycling many of the Bush cliche's about staying the course.

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On Tuesday, Rick Santorum won two more primaries and thus underscored the sourceless contention that Mitt Romney is not a member of the Herrenvolk and thus ineligible to receive his Party's Presidential nomination.

 

The Republicans believe in a Republic which means that only eligible people (men who own land according to the Founding Fathers) can vote and thus they will have no philosophical objections if the Party elite perform an intervention and deliver the Party's Presidential nomination to someone who is a member of the Herrenvolk and is obviously qualified to reestablish the Republican domination of the White House.   (A Republican has been in the White House for 28 of the last forty-four years or 36 of the last sixty years.)

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During the week we saw an item online that asserted that in England two reporters involved in the Murdoch-gate phone tapping scandal had attempted suicide.   Don't the Brits call the investigation Operation Weeting?

 

The Porngate scandal in India doesn't seem to be getting much play in American media.

 

On Tuesday, Uncle Rushbo fresh from a day off for golfing, started his program with a meticulous examination of the meaning of the numbers for oil prices and oil production.   Since there had been an item online reporting that a Canadian study asserted that Conservatives tended to be less educated and more insecure than Liberals, we marveled that the man who flatly stated that there is no Republican war on women, was able to mesmerize his audience, reputed to number 20 million, with facts and figures that might tend to bore all but a very specific college classroom full of students ready and eager to join the BP assault on undersea oil reserves around the globe.  

 

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Does Uncle Rushbo's disk jockey have permission from the artist to play the old hit "I'm the Pied Piper"?   We ask that quesiton because, apparently, he has the magic touch and can lead his vast audience into some very arcane and esoteric facts and figures and not suffer any perceptible amount of listener defections.  

 

On Thursday, Uncle Rushbo was mesmerizing his millions of listeners with a discourse on the history and purpose of the strategic oil reserves.   That, in turn, made us wonder what would Lenny Bruce have said about Limbaugh's "slut" slur?

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