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YAL / YAF Dispute on The Daily Caller

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Jeff Frazee of YAL - Published: 9:00 PM 02/21/2011 | Updated: 9:33 PM 02/21/2011


Phillip Smyth of YAF - Published: 9:12 PM 02/21/2011 | Updated: 9:16 PM 02/21/2011


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The YAF is inconsequential,

The YAF is inconsequential, all 12 of them.

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rip yaf

nice not knowing you.

How many people here had

How many people here had heard of YAF before this flap?

I haven't and I "woke up" 13

I haven't and I "woke up" 13 years ago.

I think I might have heard of them

once. lol

strong words from a weak man...

If Philip Smyth truly believes we are under such a threat, then why is he not in the military? If I did, I would be.

His whole article was dull. He basically lied when referencing Bin Laden's Letter to America, trying to downplay the reason of blowback.

wow- what a waste of time...

wow- what a waste of time... why are two groups that are supposed to be espousing the same values fighting with each other with one of those groups attacking one of their strongest public statesmen/figures? Who would they rather have? Obama? Pelosi?

To ditch Ron Paul over disagreement on one issue is kind of ridiculous. Especially considering they actually agree on the issue (a strong national defense) and the disagreement is only over how to best attain that.

First of all, most of us

First of all, most of us agree 98% of the time on the issues at hand; however, we spend 98% of the time fighting about the 2% we disagree on, this is exactly why so little gets done.

Secondly, Ron Paul's foreign policy has not changed to my knowledge in 30 plus years, it surely hasn't changed in the last 2 years sonce YAF gave him their higest award. Something just doesn't add up.