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2016 Postmortem

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Ken Burch

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Sun Feb 7, 2016, 10:04 PM Feb 2016

Who would you rather see a Democratic president take foreign policy advice from? [View all]


27 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Henry Kissinger
0 (0%)
Noam Chomsky
27 (100%)
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Jesus. Neither of those two (nt) Recursion Feb 2016 #1
What's your issue with Chomsky? n/t. Ken Burch Feb 2016 #3
Other than the constant regurgitation of a facile manichean Cold War view of the world? Recursion Feb 2016 #7
It's a bad thing to be honest about the fact that our country's foreign policy is Ken Burch Feb 2016 #15
Wes Clark, elleng Feb 2016 #2
I don't want Chomsky anywhere near the White House ericson00 Feb 2016 #4
His views aren't unAmerican. That's right-wing framing. Fawke Em Feb 2016 #6
Fine, his views are those of a bright teenager Recursion Feb 2016 #8
Lena Dunham for Secretary of State Wig Master Feb 2016 #5
Who voted for Kissinger? JRLeft Feb 2016 #9
You can actually check that. Ken Burch Feb 2016 #10
A Hillary supporter, wants a war criminal. JRLeft Feb 2016 #11
the HIllary supporter that voted for Kissenger Ferd Berfel Feb 2016 #12
A lot of her supporters are low information voters. JRLeft Feb 2016 #14
...just llike republicans? huh. Ferd Berfel Feb 2016 #16
I'm certain a decent amount of them are republicans. JRLeft Feb 2016 #18
If you are talking about opening detente with China, Kissinger ain't bad. Hoyt Feb 2016 #13
He could have done that without doing any of the ugly, bloodsoaked stuff. Ken Burch Feb 2016 #17
Like I said, if you are talking detente with China. Hoyt Feb 2016 #19
Would have happened under any other possible U.S. adminstration 'round that time. Ken Burch Feb 2016 #20
Don't know, but it Did happen with K's encouragement. Hoyt Feb 2016 #21
The China trip was BEFORE the '72 election. Ken Burch Feb 2016 #22
President Carter too. HooptieWagon Feb 2016 #23
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