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  • Orwell for second graders: distraction and chaos, phony scandals and bullshit patriotics from the crew that would install an inexperienced neophyte -- not even put through the crucible of the national stage -- a heartbeat away from the greatest nuclear arsenal the world has ever known, and not blink.

    John Cusack: The Final Distraction: McCain/Palin Worse Than Bush

  • And I don't like to think like that, because when I see Americans that are patriotics, and myself thinking about fleeing France to save nearly half of what I should pay...

    Say Pay Yuuugh

  • All the dusty blatancies of orating candidates, seeking to rouse bored auditors with "the old flag"; all the mechanical patriotics of school and church and club; all these time-worn flaccid things leaped suddenly into living colour.

    Ramsey Milholland

  • Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, a Democrat who often speaks out against the McCain as an Obama campaign surrogate, was clearly impressed and said of McCain "It's an honor to have him here, not just as a presidential candidate but as a great American patriot," His Vice President is also proving her patriotics credentials by returning home to Alaska to bid farewell to her son as he is deployed to serve his country in Iraq.

    BUCF

  • "I don't know how old the United States is, but muther say being born when they was, and being named for Presidents, she's bound to teach us patriotics, and a party is the best way she knows of.

    Miss Gibbie Gault

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