I shall summarize it this way in comparison:
a. Ryan is attempting with others to save the country and restore the Constitution and her people to freedom and limited government.
b. Van Jones seeks to collapse the current USA system and reform it into a progressive socialist nightmare.
America, chose which one you want to have. If you do not chose, then you already have chosen.
You got that right!
“By using stale metaphors, similes, and idioms, you save much mental effort, at the cost of leaving your meaning vague, not only for your reader [or listener/ viewer] but for yourself.” (Politics in the English Language)
Our “patriotism” is like still waters because “still waters run deep.” This is what he is saying at one point in the clip. But what does it mean? The vagueness is by design because he can’t say what he really is thinking. This is common practice. Always pay attention (as in be cautious) to people who speak in cliches; they’re either dumb (not thinking when speaking) or smart (letting your thinking do their speaking). This is the reason for the applause after “this is a cheap patriotism verses a deep patriotism”–what the hell does that mean!? And people applaud it! Perhaps it means “hope” or “change?”
This from a guy who publically called for a violent overthrow of the United States government!
Conspirators communicate by using ambiguous euphemisms, catch phrases, and code words to obscure their sedition from the unwary and gullible public. Their cronies know what they mean, but the uninformed and naiive public is left to “translate” for themselves in a manner acceptable to their personal views, hoping that this is really what is meant. SURPRISE! When the tanks roll down the streets, they will know.
If the tanks ever do roll down the streets, they will not roll very far or very long!
What do you expect from a Commy……. His smooth way of talking… I wonder where he learned it…….
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