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Czars Overrunning America

The lamestream media told you:
The AP reports that the Bush administration is having a hard time finding a "war czar," who would coordinate military efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
The AP's apparent love, and frequent use of the word "czar," is an affront to the entire American public.

A czar is a merciless dictator, not subject to the will of the people, operating ruthlessly in pre-Communist Russia.

The suggestion by the AP and their hopelessly anti-freedom unthinking lapdog followers in the lamestream media, that the U.S. has a drug "czar," and education "czar," a fiscal policy "czar," and numerous other czars has gotten the public and officials to accept the word, without realizing just how brainwashed they have become.

Even if some twisted politician somewhere was the first to apply the word in some unknown circumstance, a proper reporter would say, in effect, "Although politician X called the new bureaucrat a 'czar,' the salaried government worker is actually only a mere employee, subject to reprimand, dismissal and the rule of law."

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Robert R. Larimer Jr

April 17, 2009

Obama has now appointed NINE Czars.

This is the guy who complained about 'Too much power in the Executive Branch' when he was campaigning!

Anyone watching???

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