OT - Gas to hit 4.00

Nicholas Leippe nick at leippe.com
Wed Jun 18 10:59:54 MDT 2008

On Friday 13 June 2008, Justin Findlay wrote:
> On AD 2008 June 13 Friday 10:22:58 AM -0600, Kyle Waters wrote:
> > If you look at the bottom graph and if you define conservative as the
> > upper right quadrant on that graph(which would be a neo-conservative) 
> > Then Bush is the most extreme of any current leader.  I consider both
> > parties neo-conservative.  Nader is Liberal.  The green party is Liberal.
> > The libertarian party and constitutional parties are libertarian(on a
> > federal level anyways).  None of them are "moderate" but that's all
> > relative.
> If you think historically in addition to currently, where would Hitler
> or Stalin be?  How far in would they scale the rest of the graph.  Bush
> may be extreme, and has enacted an ignominious government, but he's not
> as bad as either of them.  I'm no Bush patriot (do those sort of people
> even exist anymore?) but not only is it relative, it's also arbitrary.

I disagree. I think Bush and the whole Bohemian Grove lot are at least as bad 
as Hitler and Stalin. There is very much more than meets the eye with these 
people. NWO is not just theory, it's happening, and he's been a big part of 
it. I highly recommend reading

"George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography"
by Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin

which can be found freely online. While this details George Bush Sr., it 
covers the history of their family and friends since before WWI. Very 
enlightening reading.

If you really want to learn something interesting, google "bush eugenics".
Here's a great outline (hit #2 on that google search):

Read that, and you might revise your comparison of Bush vs Hitler...

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