The Smallest Minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities. - Ayn Rand
The thing to remember is that Barack Obama is not a cause, nor prime mover.
He is a symptom, vaulted to prominence by a confluence of forces not of his design.(That they are of his liking is of no particular moment.)
There is nothing transcendent, original, or authentic about him. He is the product of the culmination of the schemes of others.
The extent of his popular support is a direct index to our national brokenness.
He, too is the result of decades of de-moralization that have resulted in half the voting population being subverted.
I'm at least old enough to remember when "loyal opposition" wasn't a ridiculous expression.
Is that why Obama is such an empty suit? Because he is a symptom and nothing real unto himself?
See tomorrow's QotD.
.mp3 or it didn't happen. :)
Seriously, sounds nice - how was it taken?
The host didn't blow me off. Remember, we just had the "La Raza" scandal here in the Tucson Unified School District.
nothing transcendent, original, or authentic about him including his memoirs:
>Calling Bill Ayers a school reformer
>is a bit like calling Joseph Stalin
>an agricultural reformer.
Speaking of moral equivalences, is comparing Bill Ayers to Stalin any less ridiculous than comparing him to George Washington?
It is less ridiculous when Stern uses the modifier "a bit" (hint: snark alert!) and "David" insists that Ayers and Washington were exactly the same! And isn't kidding.
Sterns comparison, too, has some validity. Did you read the piece?