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    the free encyclopedia..., 2007-01-29 22:48:27 | Main | an unreasonable man..., 2007-02-08 01:22:39

    c-span:

    this vietnam historian and darling of the right wing press, mark moyar, makes noam chomsky sound like winston churchill at the pulpit. An impossibility. Incredible. Every word trails off into the horizon before something like an idea is able to take form. It's incredibly aggravating, and while I'm interested in hearing him out, I can't stand to. Some vague thing about how the Diem regime was totally awesome. First it was baker and hamilton dining on children's brains at some senate hearing, now this... my c-span saturday is turning into a disaster.

    update: nice to see mike gravel sticking it to the DNC.


:: posted by buermann @ 2007-02-03 12:01:35 CST | link





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