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Thomas the Rhymer BS: Watch Bill Moyers most powerful speech (49) RE: BS: Watch Bill Moyers most powerful speech 18 Jan 07

Good thing for Bill Moyer, that he doesn't flounder within the parameters of spelling... ;^)

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My reply, Don, to your excellent point about 'comming aware' is... that the dam has already burst, and we are all groping around for some high ground of objectivity. It makes no sense to me for people to turn against one another on any of these rather peripheral symptoms of systemic problems we are all a part of. 'Corporate bias', for instance, is a loaded term, even without the 'American media' shouting it over hill and dale. Simply by using the term 'Corporate bias' one generally disenfranchises hunderds of thousands of good people in this country who rely on corporations for their paychecks, goods, and services.

...and yet there does appear to be much corruption behind the scenes. We must look at the problems together, in an inclusive fashion, and stop squabbling over our own reflections of them. I think we can all agree that the 'smoke and mirrors' have got to go... and that the dam must be rebuilt sturdy and strong in order to provide power, security... and the requisite peace of mind that would naturally accompany any 'advanced' civilization.

I think that Bill Moyers can and should reach into the hearts of all Americans... I truly believe he has the 'heroic' within him to do it... by both shedding the 'leftist' stance he has presented in the videos, and by creating allies across the political spectrum.

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