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The H Street Project - Anatomy of a liberal shakedown

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posted on May, 25 2013 @ 04:23 PM
Here is an interesting article that seems to expose a massive conspiracy.

The author exposes many ultra Liberal websites and authors and provides some juicy links.

It seems they have the tricks and tactics down to a science.

Read the entire story and see if we can separate facts from fictions.....

What a fantastic talent liberals possess, the ability to talk out of both sides of their mouths. One side utters platitudes about campaign finance reform and the nefarious influence of money in politics, while the other whispers in the ears of oligarchs and plutocrats. One side slanders Republicans as the tools of corporate interests, while the other solicits donations from some of the largest corporations in the world. The next journalist to examine influence peddling on K Street need only walk two blocks south, to H Street. There he’ll find one heck of a story.

H Street is the home of the Center for American Progress (CAP), founded by former Clinton chief of staff John Podesta in the fall of 2003. Originally conceived as a think tank to match the conservative Heritage Foundation and American Enterprise Institute, CAP quickly dropped the thinking and became, simply, a tank. Its objective was to overpower conservatives and Republicans, to devastate them with a fusillade of government activism, to pulverize their fortifications with ammunition loaded into the progressive echo chamber. ..............................continues.

The H Street Project
Column: Anatomy of a liberal shakedown

visit the links in the story and comment.

posted on May, 25 2013 @ 05:06 PM
So the 'left' is just as guilty as the 'right'?

I'm glad things are so simple in America to be able to label every democrat a socialist and every republican a libertarian.

If business' can make campaign contirbutions, why can't unions? If the Heritage Foundation can guide federal policy, why can't the Center for American Progress?

posted on May, 25 2013 @ 05:19 PM
Someone could do an exact thread on republicans.

I don't get involved with the right/left debates because I think, no I truly believe there working together.
You only hear them bashing, and pointing fingers because they want you to believe they have different agendas, but they don't neither has our interests at heart.

Both say this is for your good, and make money off of something that wasn't for our good, and both say the other put a bill in that takes your freedoms, and both do it. They'll spit, and fight over something they say is wrong then when we're not looking one or the other will sign into law a bill they said they wouldn't support.

TPTB are playing us all, and we let them by playing the my teams better game with them.

ETA: A shining example the NDAA "produced by the Bush administration directed by the Obama administration"
edit on 25-5-2013 by terriblyvexed because: (no reason given)


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