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Response to Uncle Joe (Reply #3)

Mon Aug 10, 2015, 12:10 AM

4. They can "perceive" all they want, and that doesn't make it true. Just like the perception that the

Clinton Foundation is involved in nefarious activities. They have a perception, but the only proof they need is they see the name Clinton. Same with the Soros bullshit, they see that he is a CLINTON supporter, and automatically ASSuME that there must be some involvement.

That is wonderful logic. Howard Dean endorsed Hillary CLINTON today. Howard Dean was for the 50 state strategy. The 50 state strategy involves Southern states. "Southern states have more right-wing republicans than Northern states", therefore since Hillary is being endorsed by Howard Dean, she must the same as right-wing republicans.

With that logic and since Bernie is going to speak at Liberty University, what can be inferred about that?

Or with that logic people can also have the perception that Bernie does have a problem with race? It doesn't have to be based on facts.

People see what they want to see, and it doesn't have to be based on facts at all. The NY Times reports a story that is refuted by the justice department, and others throughout government, they rewrite portions of the story, because it was refuted by the very folks they said acknowledged the story. However, in spite of that the perception is still that the original NY Times story was accurate.

The McCarthy logic that seems to be utilized by some boggles the mind



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