Sunday, July 29, 2012

Living The O Doctrine

What we can usually get from US presidents is a new twist on language and philosophy.
Depends on what is is

And now, "the buck stops there." (yes, it is a twist on the Truman quote, adding a t to one word. That makes all the difference)

Words to live by. It's kind of like the old, "I'm rubber, you're glue, anything you say bounces off of me and sticks to you". Except it's shorter. Buck stops there.

In a world of bolsheviks, stalinists, and oppressive hall monitor syndrome, one must keep up with the lingo. Red doesn't necessarily mean red, go may mean stop. It is tricky business.

Many people have forgotten that freedom was more fun than a soviet or Cuban style state. Probably more dangerous too. Certainly less litigious than modern America.

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