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Posts from SirDiesAlot, Old Forge PA

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SirDiesAlot, Old Forge PA

In a free and open society the compromises are constant not occasional as Alinsky suggests. His words are chosen for effect not literal truth. They are meant as propaganda to incite people.

When individuals make compromises, lets call them choices, they are executed at the individual's discretion and as such are processed by many more brains. I liken it to the distributed computing model.

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