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5.0 out of 5 stars Please post this for crying out loud!, September 10, 2006
This review is from: Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism (Hardcover)
First of all, I read this book cover to cover well over a year ago and have repeatedly tried to post several reviews of it for Amazon during that time, all of which have been discarded with no explanation! None of them slander anyone or use foul language like all of the thoughtless, gutless, pinheaded one or two sentence liberal slanted reviews of this book. I think it's becoming obvious that this website is adopting the same agenda as the news media where they reject all the fact-based opinions in favor of the stories made up by Dan Rather's liberal buddies that reflect their views. That having been said, here's my review of this book:

As indicated by this aptly titled book liberalism and terrorism hold very similar values:
- Their core belief is that capitalism and western beliefs are evil.
- Clinton adopted Carter's style of becoming one of the most terrorist friendly president in history. Arafat, the father of modern terrorism became a regular guest at the White House while he continued to incite, support and fund terrorism before during and after Clinton's term. Clinton himself admitted later that he misplaced his trust in him. Carter won the Nobel Prize for his support of Arab terrorism. In his view, Israel has to make all the concessions in their conflict with the Palestinians just as Americans have do for Al Qaeda. He's using the same tired negotiating tactics as he did with the former Shah of Iran and the hostages held for 444 days with bags over their heads. History has taught him nothing.
- Most of the funding for Al Jazeera and the now defunct Air America Radio came from their respective country's richest people.

The deteriorating level of education in this country is evident in our younger generation. With the help of the media and the liberal college professors, the country is slowly becoming saturated with people who are now learning history under a pro-liberal agenda. California has a radical pro-homosexual agenda which has included ballot measures to teach kids in their first grade readers about the contributions of homosexuals throughout history. The education level of this country plummeted significantly after Clinton started pouring hundreds of billions of dollars into the system. The liberal solution has always been and always will be to throw money at problems rather than understand them. All you have to do to get a cross section of the intelligence of this country now is to watch Jaywalking on the Tonight Show. People inevitably believe that the reason they are so miserable is because it's always someone else's fault. They buy into the fear that Scare America and the DNC propagates to gain political leverage such as with global warming.

The lack of an audience never stopped the leftists from using anything at their disposal as a mouthpiece for their agenda. They're like a crazed fan at a rock concert rushing the stage to grab the microphone. Whether it's at the Wellstone funeral, the Oscars, a Barbra Streisand concert or right here on Amazon.com. Dan Rather placed a skidmark on his 44-year career by using his influence as reporter to run his own spin on Bush's National Guard service that he had to apologize for after putting his tail between his legs and his vitriol for Bush aside. The fact that nobody's listening only frustrates them and makes them scream louder and louder until their veins start popping out and they need more Botox injections to conceal it.

The reason that this book seems like it has a conservative viewpoint is because the media has become so absurdly tabloid that they would rather tell people what's popular or controversial rather than the real news. It's the world that has become more violent, not us.
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