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11 politically incorrect quotes from the Australian de Tocqueville who wants to turn America around
The Blaze ^
| July 4, 2014
| Benjamin Weingarten
Posted on 07/04/2014 10:52:04 AM PDT by lilyramone
Just in time for Independence Day, Australian author Nick Adams has a new book out titled The American Boomerang: How the Worlds Greatest Turnaround Nation Will Do It Again. Adams, who was recently a guest on the Glenn Beck program, brings candor, humor, optimism and sharp-tongued wit to his modern-day Tocquevillian work, in seeking to restore America to its rightful place as the leader of the free world. Below are 11 characteristically entertaining, enlightening and politically incorrect quotes from his new book.
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I am printing that to put on my fridge....just moved from California back to Texas recently. Thanks
posted on 07/04/2014 11:17:22 AM PDT
(The only time success comes before work is in the dictionary)
The Blaze, that means a teaser and a link.
posted on 07/04/2014 11:17:48 AM PDT
(( Rand Paul---What a tragedy if America wouldn't have gotten to see Barack Obama as a leader.)
posted on 07/04/2014 11:26:31 AM PDT
by morphing libertarian
( On to impeachment and removal (IRS, Taliban, Fast and furious, VA, Benghazi)!!!)
Thanks, got my new tagline.
posted on 07/04/2014 11:34:41 AM PDT
by Mrs. Don-o
(They come from the desert, but it is we who have our heads in the sand.)
A good read! Some of them would make great T-shirt quotations.
ex. “If you are free to be a liberal, thank a person with a gun.”
To: Mrs. Don-o
Yeper, good catch that’s a keeper!
posted on 07/04/2014 3:30:49 PM PDT
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