Bill wrote: Where's the email? Who from and to whom? What did it say? This article is garbage as it provides no documentation. Not to mention that the source of the article has a bit of a slant.- Almost Union Free: ACLU, Union Caught in Reform Kill Plot
Dear Comrade Bill,
Did you really think I would write an article that goes to a million readers about a non-existent email? If you want a copy of the email and others like it, you can see this article by education expert Ben DeGrow. There are apparently a lot more just like it waiting to be released.
OK, so it’s not fair, because you’re a liberal and you operate from the liberal playbook, but the reason why I didn’t publish the original email is because I wanted liberals like you to call me a liar. I mean you are SO predictable.
And yes, my articles are always written from a point of view. But are so are your comments. Get over yourself.
I’m a conservative and proud of it; you’re a liberal and pretend to be “non-partisan.”
Now I understand your reluctance to be identified as a card-carrying member of the ACLU liberal conspiracy, but wouldn’t it make more sense just to be a conservative?
I mean it must be awfully hard “defending the indefensible” day after day.
Dana wrote: This is making the rounds for sure- it would be interesting to see all of the email rather then just a snip-it. I would caution any reader to dig a little deeper into Townhall finance. - Almost Union Free: ACLU, Union Caught in Reform Kill Plot
Dear Comrade Dana,
I would tell everyone to dig deep into Townhall Finance.
If you had done that in the last year, you’d know that our experts- including me- have been consistently right about where this economy is headed.
Here’s what I wrote in December:
Today, at 11:20 AM PT: Get the Market Movements in Advance; Williams Edge Webinar for September 22nd, 2014 | John Ransom
In Other News: Bi-Partisan Agreement that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a Horrible Person | Michael Schaus
In Other News: State Department Covers Up for Hillary – Asks IRS How to Destroy Hard-Drives | Michael Schaus