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From Ernie's "Bunker" (from a fan???)

• Brian Holtz
"Remain the judge of your own actions. Never surrender that position by default. When the enemy screams “Foul!” the loudest, you know you’re doing him the most damage. Those who help him scream are also the enemy." L. Neil Smith
(Ernie: "Let them have their say..." :)


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Comment by Found Zero
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You know, on a kind of impulse I sent this to a buddy of mine and he said there's something fishy about it. He'd like some more time to look it over but what we both suspect is that this actually IS Ernie Hancock. Like the actor playing Hitler is actually Hancock playing an actor playing Hitler. And very well I might add.

If true, this really does imply a highly sophisticated and duplicitous mind at work. The whole situation calls for hordes of skeptics to exhaustively research and comment upon for some generations.

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Comment by Found Zero
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So is this the genesis of all the nazi & etc accusations all the sudden?

Ever notice if you repeat a word over and over for about 5 minutes it becomes meaningless, inarticulate SOUND?

Comment by Brock Lorber
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Ahahahahaha!  By god, I like it, Mr. Holtz.  I truly do.  Well played, sir.

Of course, it answers the question of your bias as a blogger, as little question as there may have been, anyway.

Ernie, rip it, burn it, distribute it.  This is pure gold.

Comment by David Alpha
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Hilarious video and well done, but the most telling part of it is the final frame, which advertises a website titled "Libertarian Majority."  

Don't you see? Unless you belong to the "L" collective and wear your matching shiny uniform, you're not part of the "majority"!

Soon, the "majority" becomes more important than the "individual..." and exactly WHAT is accomplished?

Ernie's power isn't in winning, it's exposing the frauds on the way to losing and being able to say "I TOLD YOU SO!" in a near distant future.