I just have to share with you some of the reader comments (now totaling 85) to Danny Lemieux’s American Thinker article. A lot of them elaborate on or repeat the theme, or engage in long dialogues with each other. Some comments, though, give praise. Full, honest, rich praise:
SmallSherm Yes, yes, yes, and a thousand times YES! This is possibly the greatest article I have ever read on this site, and I have read many, many fantastic articles. This is the source of every problem we are facing as a nation, and therein lies every solution we would ever need: 1) EXPLAIN how our positions fit perfectly into the Judeo-Christian worldview (I’ve seen all too many try to explain them to secular masses and fail miserably) and 2) EXPOSE the Marxist-Progressive worldview for its imminent failures. Understanding the variances in worldview provide all of the insight necessary to convince the unliberated.
amerigal1 If ever there were a MUST READ article on AT, this one is IT!! Thank you Mr. Lemieux—outstanding job.
AmericanCitizen Excellent article, really shows the difference between our two sides, and I unfortunately think that this is a divide that cannot be breached.
ChristianWriter A fine, enlightening explication of our dire situation. Thank you, Mr. Lemieux.
johnnyrocks67 Fantastic article. Mr. Lemieux is correct in that our nation is like the aftermath of the Tower of Babel. We are not speaking the same language and simply can’t communicate. The difference between the right and left is that the conservatives are willing to learn the left’s language and try to reason with them while MarxProgs almost always refuse to even consider the conservative position and have virtually no interest in dialogue or healthy engagement with anyone who does not tow their line.
swampcat Excellent article, Mr. Lemieux. I appreciate that you laid out the irony of the marxprog with regard to materialism.
We do cultivate some truly fine talents here at the Bookworm Room. I’m always selfishly grateful that so many of you expend your talents here, rather than setting up your own sites. They would, I’m quite sure, be wonderful additions to the conservative blogosphere, but it’s nicer to have so much talented collected here, where I am! As for those of you who do blog at other sites (e.g., David Foster or Ymarsakar, to name just two), I’m still grateful that you come here and add so much to my site.