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These “Carbon Footprint Credits” actually appear to be nothing more than uncollectable and worthless IOU’s, and how anyone can take them seriously is beyond comprehension.p>Oh, another quick thing. While I may rarely agree with him, I sure like hearing from Abe Grossman. Seems to be a very thoughtful guy, stimulating and interesting. br> — Geoff Brandt /p>
I’m never sure what to make of reader Abe Grossman; he’s either a very droll man, a hopeless, gullible Leftist, or a talented propagandist. Perhaps he’s all three. His latest missive, swallows whole, the hottest Leftist canard; that the MSM is and has been too cozy with the Bush Administration, especially over the war in Iraq. For his proof, he quotes the N.Y. Times’s propagandist- in- chief, Frank Rich. This Orwellian, tin foiled hat groupthink, was recently hatched at some media symposium, by none other than the Bush apologist-in-chief, Dan Rather. He, like Bill Moyers and Mr. Grossman, after his Mea Culpa for being too soft on Bush and the war, sees Rupert Murdoch and Fox News as way too much conservatism in today’s media.p>This, in addition to talk radio and web sites like TAS, make these people downright nervous. It’s hard to run a leftist media hegemony with dissenters like Murdoch and Bob Tyrrell around. Next, Mr. Grossman will write and tell us that for our own good, we need to bring back the “Fairness Doctrine.” To folks like Mr. Grossman, I say; “You can’t fool all the people all of the time, but you can fool some of the people all of the time, then, go look in the mirror. br> — A. DiPentima /p> p> UNITY TICKET br> Re: Byron Keith’s letter (under “Conservatives of the World, Unite”) in Reader Mail’s Tear Down That Statue : /p> p>Thank you, Byron Keith. I stand solid with you. br> — Raymond Barton br> Fort Worth, Texas /p>
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