It only exists if we say it exists.

Otherwise it is not and never was.

Costco removing D’Souza’s ‘America’ from shelves

I imagine there will be some moderate pushback about this, but not enough to matter.

The book, in this midterm election year, is a strong rebuttal of the progressive ideology behind President Obama’s policies, which have been supported by Costco co-founder and director Jim Sinegal, a major Democrat donor and a speaker at the 2012 Democratic National Convention that nominated the president. A Washington Post political reporter has noted Obama’s “romance” with the nation’s second-largest retailer.

Imagine that he supported the big O and this book gets pulled very curious isn’t it?
Update:And then there is this. I can not believe that Google would do something like this on purpose, can you?


It only exists if we say it exists. — 4 Comments

  1. Well, y’know, Costco’s just a sometimes-really-useful discount store…and the one nearest me doesn’t get my dollars when it comes to books anymore anyway, since I’ve found that Amazon almost always beats them (as well as pretty nearly anyone/everyone else) anyway, and I mostly buy only e-book editions now, anyhow.

    Good to know about this kind of stuff, though – something to keep in mind, when making future purchases that I can make somewhere else at the same or similar prices…

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