easy for the average person to think there is a conspiracy when, actually, all
that exists is an understanding. One very good example is what I said about
what you say versus what you know about Israel if you are getting a staff job
on Capitol Hill.
You know exactly what you have to say about Israel in an
interview on the Hill. At the same time, if you actually BELIEVED that line,
you couldnít get a job in a million years among professionals.
Everybody can look you in the eye and quote, ďAll men are
equal.ď But if somebody actually BELIEVED that, you would watch them carefully
as you walked away.
That is why amateurs so easily believe there has to be a
downright conspiracy. If I didnít know that carpenters spend years learning their
trade, I could easily believe there was book with The Carpentersí Conspiracy
because the only thing I get from boards and a saw is bleeding hands.
It is true that everybody in the media takes exactly the
prescribed position at just the right time. The professional liberal knows
exactly what stand to take, and so does the professional conservative.
But thatís not because itís written down somewhere. It is
because that is their meal ticket, their occupation, and you donít NEED to say
it out loud.
Someone from outside our culture would find it hard to
believe that there was no written plan. But after all these decades, you and I
know exactly what stand National Review or any given talking head is going to
take on any of a huge range of things that come up.
The only reason we donít think itís a Conspiracy is because
weíre used to it.
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