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The new wreckers
Canada Free Press ^
| Monday, January 9, 2006
| John Burtis
Posted on 01/09/2006 7:55:03 AM PST by Anne_Conn
Josef Stalin had a pet term for many of those he consigned to the Gulag for ten or twenty-year terms--wreckers. Individuals convicted of this particular crime were said to have committed industrial sabotage on a massive scale, which was then used as one of the reasons reason why a particular factory or industry failed to make their quota in a certain state plan.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Government
KEYWORDS: aclu; excerptamateur; filibuster; judicialnominees; liberalbias; liberaljustices; media; peckerheads; radicals; scouts; wreck; wreckers
posted on 01/09/2006 7:55:05 AM PST
posted on 01/09/2006 8:10:59 AM PST
As the ACLU attempts to drive the Scouts from military bases, from public property, from public view and to demand that gay scout leaders be ensconced in leadership positions, no thought is ever given by the media to the idea that a fresh alternative to scouting could be established with all the individuals the ACLU claims that Boy Scouts doesnt have, placed in positions of leaderships in the new. All that is lacked is the will.
But wrecking is far more fun than building, and requires far less resolve. Just ask any kid. And therein lays the problem.
Yep - plus the liberals and the ACLU knows that a "Gay Boy Scouts" would never survive - nobody would join. It is much easier to crush or wreck something that does work into your own personal political viewpoint...
posted on 01/09/2006 8:17:45 AM PST
(My common ground with terrorists - They want to die for Islam, and we want to kill them.)
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