With Beck as an Avatar – Because Leadership Challenges Hate a Vacuum.
When James Howard Kuntsler gets hammered on Sunday night, it makes for great Monday morning blogging over at ClusterBleepNation.com. This morning he asks us if we would prefer “One Lump or Two?” From this ejection of vomit and venom, I learn that Mr. Kuntsler has a hilariously low opinion of Glenn Beck and his remarkably successful “Restoring Honor” Rally at the Lincoln Memorial. It was | Read More »
Kathleen Parker – The Anti-Palin
Face it Kathleen Parker. You just don’t measure up. There’s someone out there right now who is everything you aspire to be. She got there from far humbler origins and has a far brighter future ahead of her.
This someone, of course, is Sarah Palin. The laughable envy you feel over you’re inability to measure up to her in any legitimate measure of grace, decency or feminine virtue reduces you to the level of Shelob the Spider-Queen in one of Morder’s foul dungeons.</
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Taking the Miller Analogies Test with Brilliant Liberal “Journalists.”
Perhaps we can now disclose who writes David Letterman’s rape jokes about the Palin family. Perhaps it’s none other than Matt Yglesias. Filth in the name of character assassination follows below…
Ahmadinejad is in most ways a classic right-winger, a demagogic nationalist and cultural conservative. In a manner somewhat reminiscent of a Sarah Palin, however, he clothes this right-wing politics in a language of class resentment, painting his more pragmatic and reformist opponents as decadent elites out of touch with ordinary people.
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Vote, Forrest, Vote!
Thanks to Bob Cesca, spittle-flecked, cretinous moorlock/blogger for The Huffington Post, I now know what I must do. I must join ACORN and acquire the right to vote seventeen times in next Tuesday’s election. Then, I must cast my multiple ballots, and Rocky’s and Bullwinkle’s multiple ballots as well, on behalf of Sarah Palin. Coincidentally, that’ll help some guy named McCain. But then again, a | Read More »
Governor Sarah Palin, and a Change That I Can Believe In
Senator Barack Obama continues to run for President against the Republican Vice-Presidential Candidate. He does this against the leafy, green background of his former opponent, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton actually directing her campaign speeches on Barack Obama’s behalf against the Republican Presidential Candidate Senator John McCain. It’s almost as if she means to implicitly criticize Senator Obama’s judgment. Senator Obama’s latest salvo against Governor Sarah | Read More »
A Conservative Comes Out of the Mist
Jonah Goldberg once wrote an absolutely classic description of how the dominant high-brow culture in media and academia views those of us who hold conservative philosophical beliefs. His article, in turns, makes me want to laugh and then want to punch the used food out of some geeky, bespectacled Beltway liberal. His article was entitled Conservatives in the Mist. When the Conservatives “behave” in accordance | Read More »
Class, Decency and Andrew Sullivan; Which of These Three Does Not Belong?
Let’s just say I really disliked my neighbor, or just someone who participated in public life. Now let’s say that neighbor or public figure suffers the misfortune of having a child with an extra chromosome. At that point, I could call it a day. No matter how much I hated that particular individual, I could consider them taken care. Game over, Nemesis has this one.
Instant Replay: Quick Thoughts on the Events of the Day
Wow! Just Expletive-deleted wow! That’s the emotional reaction. On to the thoughts.