Symmetry wrote: Symmetry wrote: saxitoxin wrote: Symmetry wrote:
That change seems to coincide with the tenure of the new editor.
The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What's Wrong with America is a non-fiction book by American political writers Matt Welch and Nick Gillespie. Welch is the current editor-in-chief of Reason Magazine, a position Gillespie also held from 2000 to 2008. The authors discuss the nature and influence of libertarianism. It was published on June 28, 2011 by PublicAffairs, an imprint of the Perseus Books Group.
The title is a homophonic pun; referring to both the U.S. Declaration of Independence. and Independent voters.
Are you saying that you think there was a change in corporate culture after 2008?
The co-authors of the book you've cited are Nick Gillsepie and Matt Welch (highlights added by me). Gilespie was the editor-in-chief of Reason in 2008. Welch is Editor-in-Chief today.
If you're going to jump into the deep end of the pool, perhaps consider slapping on some water wings next time?
you're dismissed now
I realise you deleted my post, but like I said, your post on how it was in 2008 seems to indicate that the new boss had a different regime post 2008.
That's a helluva change- nobody stepping out of line in 2012 compared to what you posted as how folks thought in 2008 under the previous capo.
You don't really think that none of them would vote Obama or Romney? They look like they're afraid in the 2012 poll compared to that 2008 poll.
Did you read what I said about making yourself look silly? You've had five of your ships sank with just very, very basic factual errors ... do you really want to lose your last minesweeper on this conspiracy theory that you've created - "That's a helluva change- nobody stepping out of line in 2012 compared to what you posted as how folks thought in 2008 under the previous capo."?
Conspiracy theories are based on allegations of a wild, wide-ranging secret plot that can neither be proven or disproved because they're based on information the theorist says is unavailable for public confirmation. So there's no point for me to reply. If you've had to resort to creating a conspiracy theory to save face, I think I'm satisfied with how this sub-discussion has wrapped-up. Thank you, Symmetry.
(btw, I didn't delete your post - the message board imposes a six quote limit ... it's still up there, there's no plot trying to "get" you)