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“Anti-war” activist Cindy Sheehan has been in South Korea, campaigning against a relocation of American bases there which, if I’m not mistaken, was requested by the South Korean government. So, help me with this one, Maureen: does Ms. Sheehan have “absolute moral authority” to pontificate about South Korean bases? Or is she just another ignorant left-wing publicity hound? You can’t really have it both ways, can you?
Then there’s this:
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At first glance, you might think this is a Photoshop job, but if you follow the link, you’ll see it is straight from AFP. So I guess you can be an absolute moral authority without being an absolute spelling authority.
Still, I’m habitually curious about the origins of the signs that you see brandished at anti-American rallies. I suppose it’s possible that a native English speaker could print up a sign that refers to “bsae” expansion and not notice, but it seems like a stretch. So, as is so often the case, I can’t help wondering where exactly that sign came from, and who paid for it.
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