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February 26, 2009


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» Gore Almighty from Ed Driscoll
Yet another one for the All Comedy is Conservative files, and an interesting benchmark for where we stand today. 15 year or so ago, Jim Carrey mocked a whole host of hairshirt envirowacko shibboleths for big laughs on In Living Color: emb... [Read More]


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"Long may our land be bright with freedom's holy light." Whose might can protect us from the culture of our betters?

The liberal "elites" have taken it one step further because they CREATE the crisis in the first place and then step in to "solve it". Odd how their solutions never involve allowing the vast majority of us to keep the money we have EARNED but rather involves redistributing my money to people who are too feckless to earn some themselves.

Yes, there is no question that there are people in need. I have long felt that those needs are best addressed by non- governmental entities! Wasn't it the late, great Ronald Reagan who said the most terrifying sentence in the English language was: "I'm from the government and I'm here to help!"?

Ve-r-r-y interesting, thanks Sissy. I can certainly relate to the pressure on one to be a "cool" lefty. When I was comping for my college newspaper ages ago, I was assigned to the "lower" status of arts editor because I wasn't lefty enough to be considered for politics or even everyday reporting.

I found a webpage that might amuse you, where the fellow listed the various people supposed to have authored that famous saying attributed to Churchill: "If a man is not a socialist at 20 he has no heart, if he is not a conservative by 40, he has no brains."

I admire you for reporting current political events in such a measured and balanced way. My own views on the junta er democratically elected folks in power right now are not polite or printable.

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