On Connected today, Jack defended the president with this logic. You have to listen to him to hear the shear "deadness in his heart" which is at the
September 5, 2005

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On Connected today, Jack defended the president with this logic. You have to listen to him to hear the shear "deadness in his heart" which is at the core of all apologists in a tragedy of this magnitude.

Jack: "I understand there are 10,000 people dead. It's terrible. It's tragic. But in a democracy of 300 million people, over years and years and years, these things happen."

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These things happen. That's Jack's defense of the government. You'll always notice with characters of his ilk, (a classic example of what AmericaBlog is reporting ) they always make wild statements without any evidence to back it up and shuck and jive their way around the issue. People like Burkman get on TV because they regurgitate idiotic premises and constantly interrupt the other guest..

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