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Watch for enemy liberals

The Spokesman-Review

Re: “America’s aid dollars shouldn’t have strings,” Feb. 1:

After bashing Bush and disrespecting a Navy veteran and former prisoner of war, columnist Jamie Tobias Neely tells us that abortion is OK and we should just give American foreign aid money to any country in need without the least bit of accountability.

Liberal cue: Take a deep breath, exhale slowly, bat your eyelids saying, “It’s for the poor helpless children.” Doesn’t it make you feel good to help drug addicts, prostitutes and diseased people? No! It’s my tax money and not without strings attached.

Where do old Spokesman-Review editors go to pasture? As assistant professors of journalism at Eastern Washington University to better infect young fertile minds with liberalism and demand compliance.

Liberals cannot tolerate honest and open conversations that shed light on their true feelings and devious agendas. America, defend yourself! Before speaking freely in public without fear of ridicule or dirty looks, do a liberalism surveillance check: Front area clear? Check; Quick head turn over left shoulder, clear? Check; Right shoulder, clear. Check! When verified clear of enemy liberals, start your conservative conversation.

Donald Stone



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