Following a leader's words
Published: Thursday, January 1, 2004 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 1, 2004 at 12:21 a.m.
It is time for bleeding-heart liberals claiming our nation is lost and corrupt to eat crow.
A renowned leader once wrote: "The aim for which we fight war is the loftiest, the most overpowering that man can conceive: it is the freedom and independence of our nation. Our national honor, a thing which despite contrary opinion should exist, for people without honor have lost their freedom and independence."
Only unpatriotic liberals could decry our supreme commander as he emulates such profound writings.
The author continues with: "Propaganda must be popular and its intellectual level adjusted to the limited intelligence of the masses. The greater the mass, the lower its purely intellectual level will have to be. Too much caution cannot be exerted in this direction." No problem there - America is overflowing with limited intelligence.
"The masses are slow-moving and require a certain time before they are ready to notice a thing. Only after the simplest ideas are repeated a thousand times will the masses finally remember them."
Repeat after me: Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction; Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction; Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction.
So you liberals out there, it's time to stop chanting that patriotism causes blindness. While our president lacks the gray matter to understand the author, at least his disciples are able to follow the writings of Adolf Hitler.
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