A pretty girl is like a melody. Plus, girls just wanna have fun. We have always despised those men -- they're all over the place throughout history -- who project their own weakness upon women. We love the men who embrace the power of the women they love.
"Our goal here is presumably to avoid a clash of civilizations, not prove that our civilization is morally superior in that it has somewhat fewer deranged individuals. Isn’t it?" smirks an effete and intellectually fat and lazy -- not to mention Dhimmitudinous -- Josh Patashnik at Harvard College Democrats, completely missing the point of what is at stake in the Cartoon Wars. As Dick Cheney said to some David Gregory wannabe way back when, "I disagree with the premise of your question." We dropped a little comment in young Patashnik's blogbox, summarizing the gist our latest post, "Respect, always. Submit, never":
It’s about Natan Sharansky’s Fear Societies vs. Free Societies. With fans of fear societies like many in the mainstream media and academia, logic and consistency are beside the point. Control over the speech of those one disagrees with is where it’s at.
The "loyal" opposition to Harvard Salient Publisher Travis Kavulla's voice-in-the-wilderness decision to publish the you-know-who [PBUH] cartoons is working without tools. The young lad represents the latest, most-enervated-ever iteration of the left's failure to engage their adversaries with ideas of their own, having lost the ability to debate after decades of having been given a pass by the Fourth Estate.