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Desc:A look into a strange and unfamiliar world where words mean things.
Category:Educational, News & Politics
Tags:Tea Party, economics, NPR, socialism, Sarah Palin
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
Date:09/29/10
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John Holmes Motherfucker - 2010-09-29
These pictures are, quite literally, the first things that popped up in a Google Image search of "socialism".

I'll be posting a similar video today on the word "libertarian". These days, every conservative says he's a libertarian. Does he know that means he supports gay marriage, opening up the borders, and using the military only to defend against invasion of the homeland? .
charmlessman - 2010-09-29
B-B-But... Socialism means EVIL!!
It also means Communist and Nazi!!!
Urkel Forever - 2010-09-29
Tea Party: "I'm angry as hell about things I don't know the first thing about, and I'm not going to take any more."
godot - 2010-09-29
In this era of the Red corporatist party and the Blue corporatist party, labels of yore are rather misleading. For instance, there are still a few classical conservative pundits about: Kevin Phillips, Paul Craig Roberts, sometimes Pat Buchanan; but for the most part those who chose the label now are all theocrats and neocons, and far from the tradition of Burke. Obamacare and his predecessor's Medicare part D are both corporatist measures.

Cultural right Republicans have pretty cleverly co-opted anti-corporatist popular sentiment that was one root of the early Tea Party discontent, but they're equally likely to disappoint that constituency once in power.
Urkel Forever - 2010-09-29
Dear Andrew Sullivan,

Shut up.

Sincerely,
Urkel Forever

godot - 2010-09-29
Who is that? More a Counterpunch reader myself.

Anyway, actual socialist legislation would be more effective and a LOT shorter than the 2000+ page monstronsities like Obamacare or Dodd-Frank. It took hundreds of corporate lobbyists to write those.


The McK - 2010-09-30
Any chance we could also get a video on what "corporatist" actually means?

godot - 2010-09-30
Unfortunately, most videos I've found prominently feature Ron Paul, and while I find Paul insightful on a number of subjects, he is a bit of a running joke hereabouts. I'd recommend the wiki entry, or better still, this article from 2002:

http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=22594

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