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“When she was making fun of that whole hopey-changey stuff… she was right!”

Anarcho-syndicalist Noam Chomsky had kind words to say about former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin‘s analysis of President Barack Obama in an interview from Breitbart. The interview reveals Chomsky’s mindset of how he believes that the PR industry sells candidates like President Obama as something entirely different from what they actually are.

This comes in light of recent revelations from Palin who has claimed that she was unable to reveal the truth about President Obama when she campaigned against him for Vice President in 2008. Why wouldn’t she be allowed to speak the truth about her opponent and reveal him for what he truly is? In a recent interview on Fox News, she stated:

“Though I was during the campaign running for VP, I was banned from talking about Jeremiah Wright and Obama’s friend, Bill Ayers, the character that he befriended and kicked off his political campaign in the guy’s living room. Couldn’t talk about that. Couldn’t talk about Obama’s lack of knowledge and job experience and the things that he said like America had 57 states, things like that.”

Who really pulls the strings behind these people?

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Austin Petersen

Austin Petersen is the founder of The Libertarian Republic, as well as the CEO of Stonegait LLC. Formerly an Associate Producer for Judge Andrew Napolitano's show "Freedom Watch", on the Fox Business Network. Austin was referred to by the Judge as "The right side of my brain". He built Judge Napolitano's social networks with over 700,000 fans and millions of clicks a month. Austin graduated from Missouri State University. He has written and produced award winning plays and videos, and previously worked for the Libertarian National Committee and the Atlas Economic Research Foundation.

3 Responses

  1. marksplinter

    Astounded to hear that anyone still listens to Chomsky. So last century.

  2. Craig Hobson

    You know this fool voted for Obama, Also we can blame McLame and Ham Head Carl Rove.