Saturday, September 29, 2007

September 29, 2007

Apologies for the light posting. Getting a wedding together in four months is not for the faint of heart.

Hillary is driving full steam ahead on the Socialism Express. Health care is the first stop, naturally. (Update: over$7,000 in claims for this past July. I paid a tenth of it, thanks to insurance.) Oh, and as a bonus, she's supporting your 25-year-old "kids" too!And you thought John Edwards was bad. Next is expanding your welfare paradigm. Someone please find a scandal that this woman cannot shrug off.

I got into a discussion with a coworker the other day about this case. Could someone please tell me how to get out of the ad hominem argument-ender of "Well, have you ever been on food stamps? No? Well, there you go, then." To me, paying a small amount of money ($10 in Iowa, $13 in Indiana) for a photo ID to exercise your duty as a citizen is marginal compared to the knowledge that my vote is being cast by me and me alone, and that goes for everyone else in the voting booths next to me. I'll even take the more "moderate" route and guess that sometime in the near future, the liberals would be happy to offer reduced rates on photo IDs to the poor and disadvantaged (they already do in Indiana). How is proving who you are when you vote unconstitutional? Only if you're a Democrat, I guess.

You remember Memogate, don't you? Shame on you if you don't, but the guys at Powerline are still facing accusations of being on Karl Rove's payroll. They deal with it with tongues firmly embedded in their cheeks, as always.

Juan Williams is a man I've always respected. Sure, he's a liberal, but he's not a member of the nutroots. He's often a commentator on Brit Hume's roundtable, and the best discussions usually happen when he (or Charles Krauthammer) is contributing. The one thing that amazes me about our "tolerant" friends is how they treat those who don't toe the line, especially those who refuse to be victims when liberals believe they should be (Condolezza Rice, Clarence Thomas, Alberto Gonzales, Michelle Malkin.... the list could go on forever). Juan Williams is sounding the call for blacks to be victims no longer, and taking major heat for it. That pretty much sums up how messed up the "civil rights movement" has gotten. They're targeting Bill O'Reilly for being an accomplice to empowerment as well.

And just for kicks, more Bribeloc baggies endorsements!

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