I’m off to lunch with two conservative friends (one I knew for years without either of us realizing the other was conservative), so I’m just going to throw these links at you. Take a deep breath, ’cause here goes:
The 1950s study saying most Americans are mindless, Nazi-esque sadists was a fraud.
The IRS is issuing rules that retroactively and proactively enable it to shut down Tea Party organizations — and only Tea Party organizations.
Charles Krauthammer reams Obama’s incompetence and absence from governing, even as David Brooks insists that this is why now is a perfect time to increase executive power. Brooks even has a two-liner that will become a classic of sycophantic stupidity: “This is a good moment to advocate greater executive branch power because we’ve just seen a monumental example of executive branch incompetence: the botched Obamacare rollout. It’s important to advocate greater executive branch power in a chastened mood.”
I think Brooks is delusional to think that the lying-ist administration ever will suddenly become honest and effective.
England, the land that gave us the entire notion of freedom and self-sufficiency, sinks ever deeper into the abyss of political correctness and bureaucratic tyranny.
A weak leader makes our country look like the equivalent of a wounded wildebeest. No wonder the jackals are running up and taking painful nips at our downed carcase, curious as to whether we’ve still got some fight in us. The answer, sadly, is no. No wonder the jackals in Libya are geared up for a second bite. After all the administration’s response to their first attack was to pretend that it really hadn’t happened.
And then there’s this, which I thought was a hoax, kind of like Ted Cruz’s pwning an Obama tweet, only to learn that it’s real:
May your days be merry and bright, and may your Christmas include a conversation about health insurance. http://t.co/OYo43dqYt2
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 13, 2013