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The Left's 'Long March Through the Institutions'
Has Been Replaced by the Big Push

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Posted By: Hazymac, 10/26/2020 11:24:37 PM

The night before the expected arrival of some great news is often filled with tension. Word from the Marathon, Waterloo, and Apollo 13 after reentry were times like those. Men prepare mentally for the worst while secretly hoping for the best, in Benson’s words, “like men on the eve of a great voyage, [who] know not what may be in store, what shifting of scene, what loss, what grief, what shadow of death.” There is a sense of being trapped in a chain of events from which there is no escape, no way to start time again except by going forward and discovering what tomorrow brings. “But

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Reply 1 - Posted by: leonardo 10/27/2020 12:34:37 AM (No. 585673)
HIgh filutin' blah, blah,blah. Lie-a-minute BIden turned out to be the best that the pathetic Demo-commies could offer ... his Dem contenders were automatic losers and the Dems KNEW it. If Trump wins this the Dems will soon have no more hair to rip out. Trump inherited the inevitable fiat money debacle ... the Dems knew it was coming. Trump has exposed the Enemies of the Republlc in a way that nobody else could. And he has given America a previews of the Brown-Shirt-Dems' governance and the Green New Deal that will destroy America. With the right "education" Americans will discard the NAZIs anti-Americans like they discarded Hillary..
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Luke21 10/27/2020 1:16:51 AM (No. 585699)
What the hell has happened to PJ Media? They are awful.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Ketchuplover 10/27/2020 2:24:05 AM (No. 585718)
Huh?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: NotaBene 10/27/2020 2:35:28 AM (No. 585720)
In America Saul Alinsky followers decided they could exchange the struggle of the workers in the Marx-Engels Communist Manifesto for a new struggle of Women, LGBTQ, Blacks, Mexicans, Native-American, inequalities, school teachers and community organizers/social workers. It was too many multi-cultis. The poor no longer work for a living and demand of the state gimme gimme more. In Multicultural America the working classes aspire to the American Dream of a suburban backyard to barbecue in and a 401k. We want the pursuit of happiness, which for the writers of the declaration if Independence meant Private Property. If we can re-elect Donald the Great, the Communist Big Push will have been a bridge too far. We as Deplorable Americans must leave everything in the field for our amazing Superman.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Hazymac 10/27/2020 10:21:53 AM (No. 586073)
Concerning the Left's "Big Push": FTA: "Progressives who spent the last five decades throwing woke pearls at swine will spend the next five decades trying to extirpate the ingrates. The tone has changed from the airport lounge nudge-voice to the harsh 'I’ll learn ya!'" Clinton Labor secretary Robert B. Reichhhhhhhhhhh-shuh, diminutive little communist that he is, last week called for purges and show trials for Americans who are not amenable to Democrat socialism. That means us. The Left don't want civilized debate with us. They would silence, jail, or murder us (as Obama pal Bill Ayers wanted) if they attain the power they covet. It really is good versus evil.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: stablemoney 10/27/2020 11:26:35 AM (No. 586178)
The left pushed over the weak and did the easy work. Now they are meeting the main army, and it the outcome will be their defeat, and one easily attained. A modern army against ragtag thugs. Have a nice morning, left, while you digest your fate.
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