Skip to comments.Hey Johnny... Been There, Done That
Posted on 07/07/2006 9:07:52 AM PDT by libertarianPA
A recent article about John Edwards made me think of that movie, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It's about a man who goes through a painful break-up with his girlfriend. Rather than deal with the pain of losing the love of his life, he has a doctor erase all memories of her. I suspect the last 40 years have been so traumatic for John Edwards that he has decided to go to the same doctor.
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While we're at it, let's de-criminalize all crimes and wipe all lawlessness, too!
Thanks, Uncle Johnny! More $$$ for the poor? That's a great idea.
You go first!
I believe it was in an issue of Maxim that I read a quote from Bradshaw that goes something like this:
If you take all the rich people's money and give it to the poor, in 5 years the rich will have it back.
Just a fact of life. Poor are poor for a reason.
Come on John. We all know throwing more money at poverty doesn't fix it. Besides, we have to throw that money at education. It's for the kids now.
Was this not the goal of the War on Poverty more than 40 years ago? How'd that work out?Yes, but to be fair. No president has had the coif of Edwards. Or his makeup. Or his girlish good looks. Those things matter, you know. How can you expect to fight poverty if your hair isn't just so?
The error in the article begins when the author assumed John Edwards even has a brain.
We have produced enough food to feed the world for DECADES. The only reason for starvation in the world is left wing despots.
IOW the world needs more "Truth, Justice, and THE AMERICAN WAY" to solve the problems of the world.
The more the wold becomes Americanized the less poverty and injustice in the world.
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Edwards is pushing the SAME OLD "meeeeeaaaaan republicans" line.
Same empty words