Alright, I’ve Had It. It’s Time to Talk McCain/Palin.

In the last couple of weeks I’ve done something very uncharacteristic of this blog. I’ve focused my energy and my attention on one topic, football, ignoring everything else that is happening around us in the world. It isn’t that I haven’t cared, but just that I’ve been so thoroughly disgusted with the state of U.S. politics that I couldn’t bring myself to actually put keys to screen. Today, mi amigos, the gloves are coming off. I have reached my breaking point with these people, and I’m going to show you exactly why.

Also, I will not be pulling any punches on Sarah Palin because of her gender, her family or any other reason. When Hilary Clinton wanted the keys to the White House I made the exact same point… woman or man, black or white, no one gets a free pass to the nuclear codes. If anyone feels that I’m “beating up” on Palin or “unfairly criticizing” her because of her gender, I’d ask you this: Would anything I’m about to say have been “unfair” if she was a male candidate? Are the attacks on Obama and Biden unfair? Of course not. If you believe that somehow any aspect of this woman (wait, I shouldn’t say “this woman” as that clearly makes me sexist… in the interest of fairness I’ll call her “this guy” from now on, just like I would anyone else) this guy is off limits due to her gender then it is YOU who harbor sexist ideas, not me. I happen to believe that a woman is just as capable of defending herself in the political arena as a man. Just ask Margret Thatcher.

So, here we go with a laundry list of things that piss me off. No particular order, just eight different issues that are currently driving me mad, numbered for your convenience.

1. John McCain suggesting that his campaign ads aren’t lies. Let’s start first with what I find to be the most outrageous campaign smear we’ve seen either candidate “approve” in this election… McCain’s assertion that Barack Obama wants to teach your kindergartener about sex. In an approved ad, the McCain camp declares in no uncertain terms that Obama supported “comprehensive sex education” for kindergarten aged children, finishing with the line “Learning about sex before learning to read?”

Honestly, any sane person would suspect that there was something up with that one. However, for those who aren’t sane I’ll explain. Obama supported a bill in the Illinois State Senate that would offer age-appropriate education to children as young as kindergarten focusing on how to know if an adult is touching you inappropriately and what to do if someone does. The bill was supported by both the PTA and the Illinois Public Health Association… undoubtedly two of the most dastardly, oversexed organizations in our nation. After being questioned regarding this ad, McCain simply stuck to his guns, suggesting that it was entirely true and that you could back up any aspect of it through their website. Well, Johnny Mac, I looked at your website and I see no mention whatsoever of the wording of the bill, the actual context or an explanation for why you’re trying to scare parents across the country. I do, however, see a damn lie. I’d go into the rest of them, but honestly they’re all just like that. Hell, just Google it.

2. Sarah Palin’s “executive experience” qualifies her to be president if necessary. First let me say, “no it doesn’t.” However, you don’t have to take my word for it. When Barack Obama kept VA Governor Tim Kaine on his short-list of VP selections, Karl Rove (a McCain adviser) had this to say about the selection: With all due respect again to Governor Kaine, he’s been a governor for three years, he’s been able but undistinguished. I don’t think people could really name a big, important thing that he’s done. He was mayor of the 105th largest city in America. And again, with all due respect to Richmond, Virginia, it’s smaller than Chula Vista, California; Aurora, Colorado; Mesa or Gilbert, Arizona; north Las Vegas or Henderson, Nevada. It’s not a big town. So if he were to pick Governor Kaine, it would be an intensely political choice where he said, `You know what? I’m really not, first and foremost, concerned with, is this person capable of being president of the United States?

Now, I tend to agree with Karl on that point. I like Tim Kaine as a person, but his lack of experience made him, in my mind, a fairly bad choice for the VP spot. This is why I get an immense rush of the warm and fuzzies when I hear Rove whoring himself out on national television for Palin. Kaine presided over a city with a population 20 times larger than Palin before serving for four years as Lt. Governor of Virginia and three as Governor (also known as 3.5 X more “executive experience” than Palin). Yet somehow, she is perfectly qualified to run the country and Kaine was not. Frankly, I won’t even weigh in on the absurdity of this assertion, as I have “Turd Blossom” to do the dirty work for me.

3. Sarah Palin’s family is off limits! Since when? Don’t get me wrong, I commend Barack Obama for his comments regarding Palin’s children being a non-issue in the campaign. However, this phony outrage is absolutely laughable. What about Billy Carter or Roger Clinton? What about the looney suggestion that somehow Barack Obama’s daughters love of The Jonas Brothers (who were seen wearing keffiyahs) somehow gives us insight into his evil, terrorist mind? How about Rush Limbaugh calling a 13 year-old Chelsea Clinton the “White House dog” on network television (obviously disturbed by the fact that she wasn’t a Taiwanese boy)? Or, how about John McCain… The MAVERICK himself, firing off this little knee-slapper at a dinner in 1998, “Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly? Because Janet Reno is her father.”

Listen, I will continue to make an issue of what is going on in the Palin household, and I’ll tell you why. When your entire electoral platform seems to stem from the fact that you’re the world’s greatest mom, I’m going to take you to task on things that have happened in your maternal administration. When you insist that you should have the right to legislate MY family values, I’m going to point out the cracks in your own. When you say that abstinence education is the ONLY way to protect our kids I’m going to assume that it’s the route you took in your own home, and that it clearly didn’t work. These are not attacks on your family, these are attacks on your ideas, your platform and your stances that your own family has so clearly illustrated are tremendously flawed. Besides, I’ll stop using your family as a campaign issue the moment that you do. When you stop prattling on about being a “hockey mom,” when you stop using your child with Downs Syndrome as an example of how righteous you are and when you can go through ONE interview or speech without addressing your breeding power, then maybe I’ll stop. Sorry, you just can’t have it both ways.

4. It is sexist to suggest that Palin’s decision to run for president was ill-timed due to her family situation. False, it is not sexist. Granted, it’s true that the same questions are not commonly asked of men, however the role of the male in a household is commonly very different. It may not be exactly PC to say this, but facts are facts… women and men are different. The role of a mother, not just traditionally but biologically, is a more involved and nurturing role in a household. A child is a part of a woman’s body for nine months. In early stages of development, a child is fed using milk from the mother’s own breast. Early development in the life of a child would obviously be best suited to a two-parent household, but in reality that just isn’t always the case. However, if you question which parent is more important to said development allow me to share this statistic with you: 80 percent of all post-separation/divorce custody arrangements give custody to the mother, with 13 percent going to another family member and 7 to the father.

Why am I bringing this up? Palin has a newborn baby (you might have heard something about that), a newborn that at this stage in its life requires a substantial amount of maternal attention. I don’t doubt that the father is perfectly capable of caring for the child while his wife hits the campaign trail, but I’d hardly say that the decision falls into the “strong family values” world that she so eagerly foists upon us every day. Furthermore, Sarah Palin was perfectly aware of her oldest daughter’s pregnancy at the time she accepted the role as Vice President. Knowing that her daughter would be subjected to criticism and an unrequested limelight, she proceeded with the nomination, advancing her career and forcing a shotgun engagement in Alaska. Now, I may not agree with these decisions, but they are political decisions… things that any family must endure when a member of that family decides to run for office. However, don’t dare feed me your “mother of the year” garbage when you are perfectly aware that you have, without hesitation, put your own career ahead of the best interest of your family.

5. Barack Obama is an elitist, Harvard educated snob that doesn’t “get” working people. This line actually borders on the insane. John McCain was born into an elite military lineage, attended a prestigious military academy (where he graduated nearly last in his class), married an incredibly wealthy heiress and owns more homes than he can count (and yes, that is a relevant issue when we’re in the middle of a HOUSING CRISIS). Barack Obama was raised by a single mother and grandparents, worked to EARN his way into Harvard where he received unprecedented accolades, shrugged off the undeniable fortune that laid at his feet after graduation and took a job working as a community organizer in Chicago for $30,000 a year and married a smart, capable woman without a trust fund. Yet somehow, despite these rock-solid facts, John McCain understands you more than Barack Obama.

The opposition has even managed to make the fact that Obama attended an Ivy League school a wedge issue of some kind. When I hear Sarah Palin blathering on about how she is somehow superior for not attending an Ivy League school, my skin crawls. I do not have children, but when I do I can assure you that I will do everything in my power to ensure that they attend the best university our nation has to offer. Any parent with a child wants that, any parent wants the best for their children. Would you sneer, Governor Palin, if one of your children was accepted to such a prestigious university or would you redirect them to your Alma Mater… The University of Idaho. Now, that’s not a smack on The University of Idaho, I’m certain that it’s a fine school with a fine staff and an excellent reputation. However, if any of your children were given the chance to wear the gold of Idaho or the crimson of Harvard, would you even bat an eye?

6. The fundamentals of our economy are strong. Sub-prime mortgage crises, $150 dollar a barrel oil, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Lehman Brothers, a crumbling manufacturing infrastructure, an ever-growing trade deficit, spiraling national debt and the weakest dollar of my lifetime… yep, sounds great. The economic destruction of our country began not with this administration, but with the last. NAFTA, a Gingrich-pushed and John McCain approved policy of liquidating American jobs and selling out the American worker to line the pockets of industry chiefs, was signed into law by “centrist” Bill Clinton in 1994… starting the ball rolling for economic disaster. Since then, Republican controlled congresses and eventually a six-year free-for all of right wing policy has crippled our economy in a way that requires a superhuman effort to repair.

McCain has admitted himself that he doesn’t understand the economy. Honestly, that wouldn’t bother me tremendously if I had faith that McCain would surround himself with individuals that actually DID understand the economy and had the best interests of the rest of us at heart. However, as you’d imagine, that isn’t the case. Johnny Mac’s first blunder came when his chief economic adviser, Phil Gramm, suggested that everything was fine, and that those of us feeling the pinch these days were just “a nation of whiners.” Of course, Gramm was relieved of his post (after having been relieved of his senses years ago) and now we have Aquiles Suarez offering up economic advice to the would be president. Suarez, who served as a lobbyist for Fannie Mae from 2003-2006, overseeing almost $48 million in cold, hard lobbying cash. So yeah, while your lending institution was conspiring to screw you, eventually leaving you homeless, they were taking John McCain out for a nice steak dinner. Doesn’t that make you feel cozy?

7. That John Kerry, he’s a flip-flopper! What does John Kerry have to do with this? Not a damn thing, other than the fact that I had to endure months of that particular quote leading up to the 2004 election. As a result, the term “flip-flop” became my most hated expression, not just because of the repetitive “buzz word talking point” discourse that it represented, but for the full-blown ignorance that it was shielding. It was no longer necessary to compare different stances on issues, now we’d just call John Kerry a “flip-flopper” and move on, as if that was supposed to somehow be an intelligent and reasoned argument. Well, not being one to shy away from taking the low road, I would like to officially designate John McCain as a “flip-flopper” from this moment on. I will no longer point to his absolutely ludicrous stances on nearly every issue facing our nation, I will no longer make informed counter-point arguments on his positions, I will now simply answer every question with “He’s a damn flip-flopper!”

Now, may I present to you a list of McCain flip-flops to enjoy. You don’t REALLY need to read or understand them, you just need to remember to yell “flip-flopper” as loudly as possible at anyone disagreeing with your point. (Taken from The Carpetbagger Report… thanks for saving me the trouble)

* McCain criticized TV preacher Jerry Falwell as “an agent of intolerance” in 2002, but has since decided to cozy up to the man who said Americans “deserved” the 9/11 attacks. (Indeed, McCain has now hired Falwell’s debate coach.)

* McCain used to oppose Bush’s tax cuts for the very wealthy, but he reversed course in February.

* In 2000, McCain accused Texas businessmen Sam and Charles Wyly of being corrupt, spending “dirty money” to help finance Bush’s presidential campaign. McCain not only filed a complaint against the Wylys for allegedly violating campaign finance law, he also lashed out at them publicly. In April, McCain reached out to the Wylys for support.

* McCain supported a major campaign-finance reform measure that bore his name. In June, he abandoned his own legislation.

* McCain used to think that Grover Norquist was a crook and a corrupt shill for dictators. Then McCain got serious about running for president and began to reconcile with Norquist.

* McCain took a firm line in opposition to torture, and then caved to White House demands.

* McCain gave up on his signature policy issue, campaign-finance reform, and won’t back the same provision he sponsored just a couple of years ago.

* McCain was against presidential candidates campaigning at Bob Jones University before he was for it.

* McCain was anti-ethanol. Now he’s pro-ethanol.

* McCain was both for and against state promotion of the Confederate flag.

* And now he’s both for and against overturning Roe v. Wade.

Nice list… but remember, it isn’t necessary to actually keep it in mind, just yelling “flip-flopper” will do nicely.

8. John McCain cares about you, the middle class American. I don’t even have to check, but for the sake of backing up my claim let me point this out. The website themiddleclass.org is an excellent, user-friendly way to quickly determine where your candidates stand on your life. This isn’t a partisan site making use of trumped up statistics, just taking into account which votes will make your life a little better, and which votes will make it a little worse. In 2007, John McCain received a grade of “INC” (assuming incomplete) by their standards, while Barack Obama was given an A+. This year, with both candidates working toward the center, McCain is operating at a score of 60% to Obama’s 88%. Those are just cold hard facts.

It’s all just economic voodoo of the highest order. While McCain promises “tax cuts” through our televisions every night, he’s not talking to you. The Tax Policy Center (a non-partisan group) analyzed the McCain and Obama tax plans, determining which income groups would benefit and in what way. Here are their findings (the left column being McCain’s plan, the right Obama’s):

Income Avg. tax bill Avg. tax bill
Over $2.9M -$269,364 +$701,885
$603K and up -$45,361 +$115,974
$227K-$603K -$7,871 +$12
$161K-$227K -$4,380 -$2,789
$112K-$161K -$2,614 -$2,204
$66K-$112K -$1,009 -$1,290
$38K-$66K -$319 -$1,042
$19K-$38K -$113 -$892
Under $19K -$19 -$567

Now, I don’t pretend to know that demographics of my readership, but I feel pretty safe in assuming that none of you will be seeing a tax increase in an upcoming Obama administration. The most common argument I hear is that when Obama “raises taxes on small businesses, hard working Americans will lose their jobs.” This isn’t a business tax, this is a tax on your personal income. If your small business owner is going to fire you over a twelve dollar tax increase on his or her personal income, then you most likely had one foot out the door anyway. If the two larger tax increases are an issue, then I wouldn’t call your employer a “small business owner.”

So, there you have it. Eight reasons that the right-wing is driving me to a point of full-blown insanity during this election. The choice between these candidates is remarkably clear, yet once again we will watch countless people vote against their own interests, basing their decisions on ridiculous wedge issues like abortion, gay marriage and Barack Obama’s middle name. Here’s a secret, folks… the majority of U.S. citizens are pro-choice, politicians want to be re-elected, politicians will not anger the majority of the electorate. So, go ahead and vote for candidates that will give you nothing but hardship in the hope that one day they’ll ban abortion… they won’t. It won’t happen.

Here’s another secret, gay marriage is coming whether you like it or not. You can stomp your feet and be thoroughly outraged, but it’s going to happen. Anything that legally condones a form of discrimination is destined to fail as time moves on and generations become more tolerant. No matter how many votes you pile up for your homophobic candidate, you’re still going to lose that one. Oh, and by the way, Hussein is a name of Arabic origin, not a Muslim name. Just because you can’t seem to differentiate between the two doesn’t make it so. By your horrendously convoluted and utterly racist logic, John McCain has terrorist ties as well… after all, the McCain name can be traced back to Belfast, and the IRA was in Belfast, so John McCain supports the IRA.

Keep in mind that this isn’t a full, sweeping explanation of ALL the reasons that I can’t stand these people. Just a few that immediately jumped out. So, go on… you know you want to… vote for McCain/Palin this year. Put in a candidate with no ideas and no clue as to which direction he wants to take the country, who happens to be old enough to have lived at the same time as Sigmund Freud with a backup plan of some guy from Alaska with a thinner resume than half of the applicants Denny’s will see today. Go ahead and do it…

Jesus… the Mayans were right.

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5 Responses to “Alright, I’ve Had It. It’s Time to Talk McCain/Palin.”

  1. shane Says:

    Cory, you would be surprised at how much of this post I agree with. Though I’m totally behind the McCain/Palin ticket, some of Palin’s views are even a bit too conservative for me. She and McCain still have my vote however, because of a few key issues.

    I notice you didn’t say anything in your post about terrorism. I don’t blame you. No matter how much you think Americans are on your side regarding abortion and middle class tax cuts, the vast majority of the country doesn’t trust Democrats as far as they can throw them to keep them safe from Islamic lunatics hell-bent on bombing the world into accepting their views. Moderate Democrats think the War on Terror is a “bumper sticker” and the rest are rooting for Al Queda outright. You’ll vehemently dispute this I’m sure. But until liberals take a strong and unequivocal stand against Islamic terrorism (it’s been seven years since 9/11 and they haven’t yet), I have to to assume that, at best, liberals haven’t made up their mind who they want to see win this deadly struggle. You think I’m exaggerating or being crazy? Consider this: since the WTC bombing on 9/11, George W. Bush, the man who has kept us safe for seven years since the attacks, has been called stupid, evil, a terrorist, a war criminal, and Hitler by liberals. By contrast, the libs have been a bit more genial to the other side calling the terrorists “courageous” “misunderstood” “fathers” “brothers” and “chickens coming home to roost.” Before Obama and Biden can cut taxes for the middle class (they’re not going to), they must first convince the middle class that they’ll keep them safe long enough to enjoy it.

    As for abortion, you are correct when you say that the majority of Americans are pro-choice. But it’s a very slim majority. What isn’t slim is the majority of Americans who oppose partial-birth abortion (but I know one slim American running for president who is completely infatuated with the procedure) especially when they become informed of what partial-birth abortion means. Most normal people are appalled at the thought of a fully-developed partially born fetus being stabbed in the head with a metal rod. But not Obama! In fact, Obama believes a woman’s “right” to terminate a pregnancy should extend into the fourth trimester as he has repeatedly failed to support legislation that would protect the lives of unborn babies who miraculously survive botched abortions. Even NARAL queen Barbara Boxer isn’t that extreme on abortion.

    Finally, I’ll comment on your prophecy concerning gay marriage. You’re right, gay marriage is probably coming whether we (and by “we” I mean over 80% of the nation) like it or not. But if we fight hard, stay vigilant and never give up, maybe I’ll be dead and gone before I ever see it. I can only hope.

    Many people thought this election wouldn’t be as ugly as Bush v. Kerry in 2004, but I knew better. Democrats don’t try to win the trust and confidence of voters as much as they try to destroy their Republican opponents. Democrats hope voters will believe their charges that Republicans are “Nazis” and vote Democratic. Fortunately, the American people are much smarter than that. That explains why we have had exactly two Democrat presidents in my lifetime despite the “fact” that Democrats supposedly represent the interests and values of mainstream America. When Americans see through the Democrats’ lies and elect a Republican president, the Democrats just call the voters stupid and then turn their attention to the business of undermining national security until the next election.

    So Cory, you’ll never hear me say that attacking Sarah Palin or her family is off limits. I’m used to it. In fact, I’m surprised the attacks haven’t been even more mean and nasty.

  2. corygraham Says:

    Well, I’ll address your comments to the best of my ability. First and foremost, I am what you describe as a “liberal,” without apology. I am a liberal in the way that Franklin Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and even your boy Abe Lincoln was a liberal. Calling me a “liberal” with negative connotation is in no way more offensive to me than if I called you a “conservative.” It’s what I am, and I am exceedingly proud of that fact.

    To the best of my knowledge, there is not ONE single “liberal” in my immediate or extended circle of friends that is in any way cheering for terrorist entities in the Middle East or anywhere else in the world. Our assertions that President Bush is a “war criminal” are based on the fact that he knowingly circumvented or outright defied international law governing the practice of warfare… the actual definition of a “war criminal.” Issue regarding his tyranny have far more to do with his desire to increase the strength of the executive branch, operate in secret and create a spy network to supervise everything from our mail delivery to our library books. Things that have absolutely nothing to do with fighting any sort of international threat on a real level.

    Lumping all “liberals” in with what you deem to be wing nut wackos is exactly the same as me suggesting that all “conservatives” are members of the Aryan Nation, bombed the Oklahoma City Federal Building and abortion clinics throughout the country. Those are acts of domestic terrorism, committed by radical, fringe group right-winers. So, while the major acts of domestic terrorism that have taken place on our soil in my lifetime were at the direct hands of “conservatives” (to apply the term as loosely as you have), you seem to be willfully oblivious to the fact.

    You know as well as I do that Barack Obama does not advocate the destruction of babies born alive. There are federal laws in place to cover these exact situations, thus his point that a local law was unnecessary. When the only witness that the “prosecution” can find to support this theory is a borderline psychotic anti-choice fundamentalist that spent out of pocket to discourage condom usage in AIDS stricken Africa I think I’ll go ahead and hit the “ignore” button.

    Finally, the attacks that you’re talking about in this campaign, and how it’s turning so terribly ugly, are not the fault of the Democrats. The DemocratiIC party (yes, whether your like it or not there is an “IC” at the end of that word… sorry but McCarthyism didn’t pan out) has decided to fawn over McCain at every turn, while the McCain campaign has issued advertisements that everyone from party loyalists to Karl Rove has deemed to be false, incredibly exaggerated and “over the line.”

    However, the slinging mud aside, this election is about issues. The issues that say Barack Obama will cut my taxes. Barack Obama’s health care plan doesn’t threaten to leave 20 million currently insured citizens without coverage. Barack Obama may not know everything there is to know about running a country, but he has shown excellent judgment in surrounding himself with those who do.

    John McCain has some guy from Alaska.

  3. shane Says:

    When in the hell has the DemocratIC party fawned over McCain? All I hear when I turn on the T.V. is that electing McCain would mean the third term of Bush. Well, if Bush is just like Hitler, then I guess a McCain presidency would be the just like the third term of Hitler. If this is what you mean by fawning then I sure hate to see what happens Democrats start slinging mud.

    The truth is Democrats have always hated McCain. The occasional praise they’ve heaped on him in the past was as phony as is their alleged desire to fight terrorists. Democrats only said good things about McCain when he disagreed with Bush, but they always saw him as the lesser of two evils. I’ve heard Joe Biden on the campaign trail talking about how much he admires McCain before going on to accuse him of all sorts of malfeasance. That’s not admiration, it’s hate.

    You said in your original post that you’re tired of the McCain campaign spreading lies about Obama. Somehow I suspect you can’t get enough of the lies that Obama himself has spread about McCain. At the Saddleback debate McCain joked that only people who made five million dollars a year were rich. McCain quickly predicted that the comment would be distorted, and it was the very next day. But it wasn’t a left wing pundit or website that distorted McCain’s comments. Nope, it was Mr. “Change We Can Believe In” himself. Is lying about what Republicans say the “change” Obama supporters are hoping for? If so, that’s not “Change We Can Believe In.” that’s “Change We’d Never Notice.”

    I do think you’re right about one thing though. Obama definitely doesn’t know everything about running a country. I’m starting to think he doesn’t know anything about running a country. McCain may have selected a stunningly inexperienced running mate, but she is at the bottom of the ticket, and she has shown that she can accomplish much in a short period of time. Obama, by contrast, is at the top of the Democratic ticket and we know very little about him. What we do know isn’t very reassuring. He was a community organizer, he has a history of surrounding himself with nuts, and when he was in the Illinois State Senate he voted “present” about 500,000 times.

    This election shouldn’t be close. Vote McCain/Palin.

  4. Kevin Says:

    Can we not all start agreeing that a legitimate third-party candidate has presented itself this year? I, for one, will vote Ackbar. This is NOT a trap!

    http://www.zazzle.com/vote_admiral_ackbar_08_apparel_shirt-235886184189408445

  5. ingernet Says:

    Cory, don’t know you, never heard of you, but Jesus, you’re so right on point here.
    Thank you for eloquently communicating the reasons so many of us are terrified of the specter of a McCain/Palin administration.

    Palin hasn’t demonstrated anything other than that she is very effective at not answering questions – a skill I personally am a little sick of seeing after the last 8 years. How are so many people apparently seduced by her winks and her shout outs and her down-homeness? I never have been. Give me some substance to evaluate, Palin, because right now, to me, you’re just another fading beauty queen, riding her looks. Your contribution to McCain’s campaign has been little other than an outrageous insult to feminism.

    And McCain? I’m surprised this campaign hasn’t given him a stroke already. He is a smart man but NOT a healthy man, and his recent slip-up in referring to the American people as “my fellow prisoners” belies the fact that he most likely spends his sleeping moments back in a POW camp – a default emotional state that is a far cry from the one needed for me to trust him to keep a finger on the proverbial Button.

    We need a leadership team who believes that the American people are a force to be harnessed to give back to the world in general – NOT a team who thinks America is great because of the docility and spectator attitude of its citizens.

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