She was in the Book

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“It was always the women, and above all the young ones, who were the most bigoted adherents of the Party, the swallowers of slogans, the amateur spies and nosers−out of unorthodoxy.” – Orwell, 1984

18 thoughts on “She was in the Book

  1. What's really astounding is the number of people who believe she knows what she's talking about. Doesn't say much for them.

  2. I remember when I was 29: thought I was the smartest guy in the room, knew everything. In truth, I was a raging moron: hadn't lived long enough to know shit from shinola.

    This gal is 'the boss.' Just ask her, she'll tell you. I am curious as to when she flames out as just another stupid young know-it-all, who knows virtually nothing.

  3. Let's try this again:

    Women need to go home and start acting as God intended them to act. I often joke about women getting the vote was not a good idea. Now I think it may be more true than funny…

  4. Patrick Moynahan always talked about the "Dumbing Down" of the education system, which in my view includes the shift form teaching history to indoctrination. Is there a better example than this lefty shrill?

  5. The really crazy ones do believe what they spew. Hitler believed. But I don't think that Himmler did.

  6. I think that every citizen needs the franchise to vote. The question become what should constitute a citizen? Robert Heinlein had ideas on that.

  7. I'm willing to guess that she never will. As long as she is a hard-core Socialist, and can have others pay for her beliefs, she'll never flame out.

    For a real-world example, just look at Joseph Stalin. He never renounced his beliefs, even as the USSR (Russia) collapsed around him.

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