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The Prophet Saul

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Submitted by Arif Jayish Al Jerzy (United States), May 12, 2008 at 20:20

Saul Alinsky is his true prophet. Which means nothing is true, just what he's saying or feeling (or coveting) that moment. There is no endpoint to it, either.

"they had hamburger, so now they wanted filot mignon. And why not?"

Truly American Liberalism: like all American consumers, the American Liberals can never consume enough.

He's also a pol from the South Side of Chicago. He probably thinks negotiating with Iran will be like sitting down with the outfit to pass out some building contracts. It's really not.

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