Comment: The best I can tell

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The best I can tell

The greatest form of patriotism he expressed was not pride but humility. That stuck with him, even though he had no reason to fear anybody. He made good money, had a powerful job, and could out-rank anyone who dared cross him. But if a tiny little child tried to get his attention while he was walking to somewhere important, he always stopped and crouched down to talk face-to-face with the child. I know it sounds stereotypical, but I rarely encounter anyone who sees everyone as totally equal to himself. Ron Paul still does, and also Tom Woods.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.