As I’ve pointed out before, if you want to know what the left is up to, just observe what they accuse those they perceive as foes of.
Case in the point, the “Culture of Corruption” charge they leveled against the Republicans.
Let’s review how that actually works
The indictment was returned in Manhattan federal court, where he appeared briefly last month when he was freed on bail just a day after sharing the stage with Gov. Andrew Cuomo during his State of the State address.
Then there is the DNC spokesliar, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Politico reports that her “office offered to change her position on medical marijuana if a major Florida donor recanted his withering criticism of her…”
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I’ve often said that reality is not a strong point of the left. Their narrative is much more important to them than actual facts.
It was pointed out, repeatedly, by people who actually read the so-called “Affordable Care Act”, that it was a disaster waiting to happen. People were going to lose coverage, prices would go up, and access to actual affordable health care would decline.
Rather than face these facts that inconveniently disagreed with their socialist narrative, the collective left called those who actually read the bill, “racists,” which was certainly easier than reading the bill for themselves.
Now, not only does this leftist idiot not have health care coverage, she is going to get fined by the government she helped to elect, for not having it. In addition, she inflicted this disaster of a law on millions of Americans who didn’t want it.
George Washington’s Secret Six by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger
This well researched book looks into one of the first American spy rings. A group of Patriot spies operating in New York City and Long Island during the British occupation. These spies were key in multiple American victories, as well as foiling several British plots against the Patriot forces. These include foiling Benedict Arnold’s plan to hand West Point to the British, and the American victory at Yorktown
Quag Keep by Andre Norton
Let us venture back to 1978 for the very first novel about a role playing game. A group of adventures, including a Lizard Man, have these strange and vague memories of living in a technological society and having some hobby that involved books, papers, and dice. Dice just like the ones on the bracelets locked on their wrists that spin when they do things like fight or cast spells. Nearly four decades later, there is a pocket industry of game related novels. They all trace their roots to this classic.
“ISIS has declared war on the west – an entire western civilization – and Obama has declared war on Hobby Lobby.”
— Andrea Tantaros