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Wilson had no right to enter WWI. The Germans only sent the Zimmerman telegram because they just wanted an alliance with Mexico. The German's weren't stupid either they knew that on American ships there was tons of supplies for the French and the Brittish so they had a right to sink those ships.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 4, 2008 3:23:45 PM PST
Derek III,

How could the Germans have the right to INVADE the countries on its western border but the U.S. NOT have the right to repel THAT VERY invasion?

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"Honest Republican" is a liar to imply he read the book.

It amazes me the degree to which people crave propaganda and need to believe the establishment line on everything, without the slightest dissent. They can digest only the Official Version of Events, given to them by geniuses like Doris Kearns Goodwin and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Anyone who suggests that life is more complicated than the comic-book history children are taught in the propaganda factories our tax dollars pay for is to be shunned and condemned. We are instead to shut up, accept the Official Version, wave incense before images of the Great Presidents, and quit asking so many pesky questions.

If you'd like to be an automaton, that is your privilege. Others of us have a bit more ambition for ourselves.

www.ThomasEWoods.com

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