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  • The unilateralist, simplisme cowboy put them there in the first place for a reason, you know.

    Administration cuts and runs on NYC KSM trial. | RedState

  • The French led the way, denouncing American simplisme.

    Its Own Worst Enemy

  • Actually, you moron, it's the Air Force, and they are buying things with the public's money, but since you're so deeply steeped in the nationalistic simplisme of culture = nation = government, you probably aren't able to identify a genuinely broad ranging and broadminded group of people anyway.

    Atlantic Review

  • When Europeans call us simplisme, they show themselves incapable of recognizing the difference between intelligence, of which we are amply endowed, and intellectualism, that circle-jerk of coffee table revolution and basement politburo planning that we have never had much patience with.

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  • Back again for a moment to a culturally rich, bathed in literature and opera, non-simplisme culture like 1940s Germany: I also asked my father what would happen if the Gestapo came for us one night.

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