Paying a Price

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• “A nation that would separate its soldiers from its communicators will have its COIN (counterinsurgency) conducted by mutes and its communications done by the militarily illiterate.” [Small Wars Journal]

• “[T]his quirky state law gives voters the right to challenge other voters at the polls for not being sufficiently loyal to the political party in whose primary they are voting.” [Slate]

• “We have certainly paid a price for not being more specific on that banner. And I recognize that the media is going to play this up again tomorrow, as they do every single year.” [AFP/Yahoo]

• “The Democrats who hire him all seem quite willing to overlook the fact that Shrum, by most accounts, is not, by a long shot, the best strategist in the game, nor the best ad guy, if they can get a Shrum speech.” [VF (archives)]

• “Well, I take offense. I think it’s offensive and outrageous. I’m going to express my opinion, others can express theirs. It is part of just, you know, an atmosphere we’re in today.” [Fox]

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