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  1. Well, here's my point- I did not watch the video in it's entirety. I've seen many pieces of it seperately-about 4 minutes worth. I don't believe that makes me pointing out that singling this person for praise may not be wise disingenuous. Your pre-edit post seemed a bit more miffed at my statement than it does as it stands now. As I said before-my commentwasn't an attack on your post, merely acaution that you may be prematurely praising someone you might regret praising and that it also seems fair that persons familiar with this man's history may feel compelled to protest at words of pra
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  2. You forgot to post the part where he trots out SPLC's Potok as he connects the shooter to Ayn Rand's theme of the individual against the State, but dishonestly ignores the contradicting themes of the myriad of other popular books listed as his favorites, such as the Communist Manifesto and Mein Kampf. “[T]here is a thread through the material... seeing the government as an enemy. The books you mentioned, there is a theme that runs through all of them, in particular the Ayn Rand book: the idea of the individual against the State. There are ideas like the idea of the only legitimate currency
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  3. The Tucson shooting really revealed the hypocrisy of the state-worshiping media: when someone tries to kill a politician, shut down the presses for a week!; when politicians initiate force against hundreds of millions of Americans, "well, that's democracy".
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