"Truth travels slowly, but it will reach even you in time."
Benjamin Disraeli
(1804-1881) Prime Minister of England, British statesman, novelist
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me thinks im reminded of the obama agenda
 -- Kimo, anon     
    Dear old Benjamine has never met some of the bloggers on liberty-tree who never seem to receive or at least sublimate and never speak The Truth.
     -- Waffler, Smith     
    (-; well said Waffler ;-) 'Truth', of: the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God (18th Century specific with U.S. founder's meaning), justice, unalienable rights, freedom, liberty, compelled compliance, license, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity, individual sovereignty, liberty being given up to obtain a supposed little but temporary safety, government fearing the people - not the other way around, and the de-industrialization of this nation traveling at any speed will probably never reach Wafflerworld.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
    I'd like to know the truth behind the 800 or so FEMA camps in the US that are set up as prisons. What are they really for?
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
    Should read, "Waffler, the truth travels slowly but will reach even you in time".
     -- jim k, Austin,Tx     
    truth???..... this man was a nightmare.... he was one of the great english imperialistic oppressors of the Irish..... another of his "great" quotes was comparing the Irish to white chimps......
     -- Sjoran, Indian Hills, CO     
    I'll give it five stars for it's sentiment, alas, the truth is sometimes buried for centuries and may never be revealed to the masses: did Richard the third kill the two Prince's; was Mohammad denied the Jewish religion, who assassinated JFK, did Bush steal the 2000 election, who was really responsible for 911 - the list goes on and we will probably never know the truth.
     -- RBESRQ     
    RBESRQ, "for 911 - the list goes on and we will probably never know the truth." That negativity you throw around with not a clue as to what you are talking about, It is what kills the lies. Surprise surprise for what is buried in truth is for those that find what they're looking for.
     -- Anon     
    I wonder about that. The liberal/progressive educated historians today will do all they can to hide the truth. The truth was always there when it came to Woodrow Wilson and FDR but we never saw it until now. Almost seventy years has passed since Wilson was president and we still don't recognize the truth when we see it. Sixty years since FDR's successful programs that turned America into a socialist dependency. His ideas came from Woodrow Wilson (who by the way, we must not forget to thank for the UN). To progeressives then and today, the truth is relative. The only truth is that which moves their agenda forward.
     -- gunnycee, durham     
    I think the truth is as obvious as the nose on our face. But we aren't looking at it. In fact we have accepted a lawless nation over one that should be guided by the US Constitution.
     -- Abigail, Newport     
    If the truth is so &%$#@(*& obvious WHY ISN'T IT TOLD????????????? And as for Anon he or she needs to read before ranking. I have given you the seed - now run with it and do your own research.
     -- RBESRQ     
    Please Robert, you know the truth...who we are what we are to do, but you just want those little government comforts so you are not willing to go all the way for freedom. You are improving tho so I know there is help. HISTORY my dear...history.
     -- Abby     
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