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The Madness of Adam Yoshida

Posted By Justin Raimondo On December 21, 2011 @ 1:15 am In News | Comments Disabled

Amid an avalanche of attacks on antiwar Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, the latest (as of midnight on Tuesday) is one in the comically-named “American Thinker,” a neocon web site for the intellectually challenged, which runs a piece by Adam Yoshida on “The Madness of Ron Paul [1].” The real irony here is that if anyone is an example of madness run amok it is Señor Yoshida, who wrote [2]the following:

“Can any rational person deny that Michael Moore is a traitor? … Michael Moore should be made an example of. During the Revolutionary War, loyalists were tarred and feathered and sometimes killed. … In short, during virtually every major American war, subversion, sedition, and treason have been harshly dealt with and civil liberties have been curbed. This is the way things ought to be. This is the way that things must be.

“Vietnam was lost both because seditionists were allowed to run free and because the government failed to take proper action to curb them. Today Kent State is memorialized as a great tragedy because a few traitors (or those stupid enough to stand near them) were killed when, in fact, one of the great tragedies of the war was that there were obviously too few Kent States.”

This is what passes for “conservatism” these days: the Madness of Adam Yoshida. 

 “This is the way things ought to be. This is the way that things must be.” Spooky. Scary. And wacko. The man is off his meds — or maybe there aren’t meds powerful enough to counteract that kind of psychosis.


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[1] The Madness of Ron Paul: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/12/the_madness_of_ron_paul.html

[2] wrote : http://atheism.about.com/b/2004/05/15/adam-yoshida-too-extreme-for-free-republic.htm

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