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Speaker at MC touches many bases

February 22, 2013

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Eugene Robinson spoke to a packed auditorium Thursday night at Marietta College’s Founder’s Day celebration....

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JoshBrown

Feb-22-13 8:42 AM

This man is a wolf in sheep clothing trying to brain wash the people of America in to believe in obama's socialist agenda.

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JoshBrown

Feb-22-13 9:14 AM

Sorry for the type-o's in my last post no coffee yet: This man is a wolf in sheep's clothing trying to brainwash the people of America into believing in obama's socialist agenda.

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gonefromMOV

Feb-22-13 9:47 AM

I'm not so arrogant to say that Robinson has the "wrong" ideology. Nor will I engage in hyperbole and call President Obama a socialist.

I will say Eugene Robinson long ago ceased to be a journalist and became a cheerleader for Obama. The Redskins are in Washington and they employ cheerleaders. The Washington Post should not.

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JoshBrown

Feb-22-13 10:14 AM

@Munster Most of America is conservative obama only won by 2.3% not a landslide not a mandate.Also Democrats are not the majority they have the Senate but that too will go to Republicans in 2014.

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bwc511

Feb-22-13 10:20 AM

Wrong Josh Brown, wrong. Most of the people in Washington County are what they beleive to be conservative. And, many in the Republican party are looking for ways to disassociate themselves with the brand of conservatism we find here.

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JoshBrown

Feb-22-13 11:43 AM

@bwc511 You do know that congress is elected at a local level and not at the National level right ? So this being said why did America vote all the Republicans back into office for the control of the congress? Republicans are trying to get away from the Tea Party not from being conservative.I love it here in Washington County people are honest and say whats on their mind and don't try and be politically correct.

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LovesBuckeyes

Feb-22-13 1:02 PM

I see Obama as "the man who would be king." As "workingstiff" wrote, check out his background and what he REALLY believes. He has charisma and the ability to sedate people into a false calm. Our country is in deep trouble and regardless of what you may think right now, you will see it unfold. And it isn't going to be good for any of us longterm.

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JoshBrown

Feb-22-13 9:07 PM

@oneill I think that your probably have an IQ around 119-120 .Just enough to get in a good community college of your choice.After that you landed a job with the state or federal government.(you asked for the abuse )

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JoshBrown

Feb-23-13 11:19 AM

@O'Neill I'm sure I'm right about your IQ and as for working for the government its easy to tell that you sit on your butt all day doing nothing.

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irisheyes

Feb-23-13 3:51 PM

Eugene robinson is a good man who i listen to frequently on msnbc. Barack obama is the finest president we have ever had! He assumed the presidency after a complete idiot and a crminal did. Their best to destroy the nation, after they were elected by rightwingnuts from the conservative republican party. When obama first was elected, he did his best to comprimise with the republicans, but no was their byword. Now he has learned that the hammer is the only way of dealing withthem. SO BE IT!

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JoshBrown

Feb-23-13 6:07 PM

@irisheyes Thank you for your comment I haven't laughed that hard in weeks !!

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irisheyes

Feb-23-13 6:55 PM

Ur very welcome josh, apparently it doesnt require alot to amuse u!

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