Saturday, May 28, 2005


Tom Brokaw, who once said with a straight face only 40 people were killed in our invasion of Panama (subsequent reports put the figure at 4,000) now basks in his financial golden parachute. See Parallel Universes In this world, lies are lucrative,
but the truth doesn't pay much By John Kaminski
Broklaw also wrote “The Greatest Generation” the thesis of which is the generation that fought WW2 was superior to the “selfish” Baby Boomers, who when given a war want didn’t want to go. Of course, from the viewpoint of our masters and their shills like Broklaw, the obedient slave is the good slave.


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