More anecdotal evidence that hatred of Bush causes people to think and write the stupidest things.Comment Posted By Chip On 25.01.2008 @ 21:29
Lies can be upsetting, but nothing angers some people like the truth. (Especially applicable to the peace-worshiping, socialism-loving lunatic left fringe where the tortured bleating from people like Stoller resonates.)Comment Posted By Chip On 21.01.2008 @ 04:43
If a "hippie wannabe" like Stoller thinks that his "cause" is being advanced by preaching a revised history of "The Gipper" to his petulant little choir, then the rest of us who have moved well beyond their "60s/70s liberation" mindset (i.e. are no longer existing in a self-induced "blue smoke" haze) would do well not to interrupt them.Comment Posted By Chip On 17.01.2008 @ 10:53
Of course you do, since Olbermann uses this segment to appeal to the "Bush haters" in particular. He's got about a year to come up with another shtick. Will the "Bush haters" focus their seething, obsessive anger on another target after he leaves the White House, or will they attempt to become functioning members of society?Comment Posted By Chip On 17.01.2008 @ 08:58
Lemmings out there "voting for change," as if doing so is synonymous with progress, have been seduced by naive idealists whose understanding of the world's problems is about as deep as their heartfelt deliveries of the "solutions" are sincere.Comment Posted By Chip On 6.01.2008 @ 07:17
Clinton and Romney are singin' "Can't Buy Me Love" this morning. :) Should either one not win in NH, so close to territory they have found to be politically friendly in the past, that person ought to start mailing the checks back sooner rather than later.Comment Posted By Chip On 4.01.2008 @ 10:35
A flawed analysis, primarily based on:
a) liberals historically (at least in the past few decades) have tended to be more hardcore, partisan and Democrat, leaving "independents" comprised mostly of conservative and libertarian types.
b) just as with Howard Dean in 2004, Ron Paul is getting his juice from the internet superhighway, not from Main Street, USA, hence he will under-perform similarly in Iowa.
Rabid nutroots on the far left, still in denial about how radicalism for it's own sake frightens away potential supporters, erroneously blame the MSM's shortlived infatuation with the "Dean scream" for his candidacy's quick demise. We can expect the same from the coalition of fringe elements nutty enough to believe a caustic, conspiracy-driven isolationist like Paul actually has a chance to resonate with an electoral majority, much less be able to secure the RNC's blessing.Comment Posted By Chip On 3.01.2008 @ 15:32
From one sane, civil classical conservative in the Fox Valley to another, here's to a happy and healthy 2008. Surely I'm not alone in looking forward to a steady stream of insightful and entertaining posts to balance out the fevered, strident howling and angst-ridden lamentations of "faux progressives gone wild" in a crucial election year.Comment Posted By Chip On 31.12.2007 @ 14:48
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VblJq4j0_SEComment Posted By Chip On 31.12.2007 @ 21:44
You make an excellent point, which is sure to be lost on the lunatic "blame America first" crowd which is given safe harbor by the political left.Comment Posted By Chip On 6.12.2007 @ 16:48