So this is a multi-response to the above reactions, all of which I find interesting, and fairly understandable, and representative of millions of other Americans in general. So I confess I listen to a lot of people while I drive long drives. Among my favorites are Breitbart, Alex Jones, Michael Savage, two guys on latenight "Redeye Radio" from Texas, two guys on Sunday morings from I think New York, George Noury on Coast to Coast, and when I really want intelligence, Mark Levin or Roger Stone. David Webb, Andrew Willkow, and others. It is a great time to be alive. I remember when Walter Cronkite was the high priest of American political religion, and the three mainstream news retailers and NPR were all you could ever listen to. I used to be employed by actual members of the local recruiting group of the Council of Foreign Relations, and some of my fairly close relatives were staunch Democrats whom I genuinely respected for good cause. One of my former wives was the personal secretary of the chairman of the local CFR and head of the Democratic Party. I myself have had good friends who were actual Marxist believers, though I did not smoke weed or use drugs or alcohol with them, they often discussed our company's drug policy. One such had a bad back that gave him a lot of pain and he had continual rows with management and got a lot of time off work.... Not that all commies are druggies or anything...it's just the idea that people have personal rights when dealing with oligarhal billionaires in the workplace. I criticized the union representation then because they were mere prostitutes for management who always somehow managed to secure less for their members than management was offering before the strike, and such..... My wife loved Rush Limbaugh sooooo much when he finally broke the ice on free poltical speech in this country, she couldn't help herself from planting a big kiss on his pudgy cheeks. She is a staunch Republican who has held posts in county and state party organization. I love the LaRouche culties and read all their stuff, and I even read stuff in Jazz Fanz Community when offered. I think my critics would do a service to up their game and actually deal with the perceptions that are gaining ground in the American public mind. I mean, do more that the standard demonization, flat out ridicule, and gasps of horror, and actually deal with the information and logical belief systems presented by your opponents, even if you don't like them.