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I Can't Believe You Said That! Hundreds of Liberals Speak Their Minds

by Fred Gielow

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I Can't Believe You Said That! Hundreds of Liberals Speak Their Minds is a compilation of quotes from more than 300 influential leftists, including presidents, poets, preachers, and professors. There are close to 700 quotations, and they reveal more about liberalism and leftist thinking than a six-month seminar by Bill Ayers, Noam Chomsky, or Ward Churchill. Conservative author Fred Gielow makes the case that based on what they've said, these folks want to transform America into a communist dream, remove Christianity from society, imprison gun owners, give animals special rights, and take children away from their parents. Though their reputation is compassion, many liberals are anything but, if you believe their own words.

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