Your Unknowing Masters

Saturday, February 16, 2013
Posted in category War

This is from the greatest hits archive. This one must never be lost for future archeologists.

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3 Responses to Your Unknowing Masters

  1. Wade says:

    February 16th, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    wasn’t rumsfeld instrumental in getting aspartame approved?…what a work of art he is, and he is the poster child for what is wrong with our system of big government and crony capitalism

  2. David says:

    February 18th, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    Ha ha. The funny thing is, there are many shallow people who’s greatest philosophical depths come from their nightly fix of cable news, and to those people, Rumsfeld’s gibberish is probably seen as very profound and worthy musings of a powerful bureaucrat.

    The best retort to Rumsfeld’s idiocy that I heard was from comedian A. Whitney Brown, who was a writer (and occasional actor) on Saturday Night Live in the late ’80′s and early ’90′s. He was reportedly Dennis Miller’s primary writer in his heyday in the same time. So Brown mocked Rumsfeld:

    “These are known unknowns. Also called ‘questions’.

    “There are also unknown unknowns: things that we don’t know that we don’t know. This is the ‘unforeseen’.

    “And finally, there are known knowns. Things we know we know. Another word for these, is ‘facts’.”

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