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This is one of those things that arrived in the email, and as many stories that seem so absurd, it nearly made the trash can immediately. Instead, I actually followed up and verified Michael Moore is attempting to engage school age children in a way that encourages their immature development to rise up and take to the streets, ala Egypt:
"We are, right now, living in an amazing moment of history. And this moment has happened because the youth around the world have decided they've had enough. Young people are in revolt -- and it's about time.
What he said. "effing amazing."
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By JGillman, Section News
One must wonder at the rapid fire synaptic cacophony, and the neural civil war that must be going on inside our governor's head.
Given the results of the first 4 years in Lansing, it would usually be safe to assume that what was being done was not working. But not to our square in the round hole prodigy. Her head, bleeding common sense like a rusty sieve, seems to leave not much else but the worst laid plans, which for some reason refuse to die.
Among those plans, is a celebration of the most destructive political religion known to man. That "green" theology which give man no credit for the mastery of his surroundings and lays only blame for one manufactured crisis upon another, onto the incredible successes that should see only praise.
A celebration of failure, that is also shared by one Van Jones.
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