mob rule double standard and spin

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  1. DCortez

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  3. DCortez

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    :lolz:


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  4. M. Sage

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    Hah. The Democrats have room to talk about mob rule. They're the ones who have a form of the word "democracy" right in the name of their party!

    Guess what democracy means? Mob rule.
     
  5. DCortez

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    The community organizer doesn't like a community that organizes.
     
  6. M. Sage

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    No. They want to organize the community, usually at bayonet point (though they might abhor guns themselves, they're sure quick as hell to send in the kevlar-clad ninja to make you toe the line). But an actual organized community? Sacrilege! We need them! (That last was sarcasm.)
     
  7. DCortez

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    Sound familiar?

    Changes included better fuel efficiency, reliability, ease-of-use, and economically efficient repairs and parts.


    Who might that be?


    Adolf Hitler had a keen interest in cars even though he did not like to drive. In 1933, shortly after taking over as leader of Germany, he teamed up with Ferdinand Porsche to make changes to Porsche's original 1931 design to make it more suited for the working man. (Béla Barényi is credited with having conceived the basic design five years earlier.) Hans Ledwinka discussed his ideas with Ferdinand Porsche, who used many Tatra design features in the 1938 "KdF-Wagen", later known as the VW Käfer—or Volkswagen Beetle. When Chrysler brought out the 1934 DeSoto Airflow coupe, its design enabled Mr. Porsche to finalize his design of the Beetle. On 22 June 1934, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche agreed to create the "People's Car" for Hitler's mother.



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