They Mean Well. Really?

December 14, 2011
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No more pretensions of “meaning well” and “good intentions.” Conservatives determined to  be civil can simply practice tough love on their political opponents. Substitute calm, clear-eyed facts and a fair accurate description of inconsistencies. It will either waken them from their Big Dream…or drive them crazier, both quite acceptable outcomes.

Read Victor Volsky at American Thinker.

Watch “Good Intentions,”  Walter Williams’ 30 minute PBS documentary.  “We were winning the war on poverty in this country until shortly after Lyndon Johnson declared war on it.”

Good Intentions, Part One

Good Intentions, Part Two

Good Intentions, Part Three

4 Responses to They Mean Well. Really?

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