June 4, 2011 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
I was a kid. I thought I had seen enough of the world to have a realistic perspective on what was real and what was pipe dream. Continue Reading
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In 1971 we didn’t know the Gulf of Tonkin incident never happened, we do now. And we know there are no WMD’s and that Obama’s attack on Libya is completely unlawful. We know that all wars are based on lies, But, what goes around comes around. The Boomers of Viet era, the protesters are now themselves the CEOs, the establishment, those that stand to profit from these conflicts. There are no comparable songs to “The revolution” or Edwin Star’s :”War” Our children and grandchildren are into PC, “protesting” texting while driving, smoking in public, or offensive logos. Meanwhile bombs falling on defenseless civilians in foreign lands and we boomers, and are offspring cheer and wave the flag. The “revolution” may have been misguided and was a vapor but at least we recognized an evil. Today we recognize nothing but our own self-indulgence and our civilization maybe vaporizing
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the sky is falling,the sky is falling
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