November 27th, 2006


"... today's Democrats are stark raving postmodernist Leninist deconstructers"

.... I refuse to accept that we must accept the Dems' -- really, the intellectuals', elitists', liberals', socialists' and leftists' that populate and/or support their party, as well as the mainstream media's -- "mentality of permanent defeat," no matter how much their collective guilt, abysmal self-image and loathing of anyone not like them drives their belief that America must endure defeat, rather than self-reflection, progress and freedom.

No matter how much the Dems, their allies and their media lackeys believe they and the rest of us should wear permanent hair shirts and surrender or allow our country to be subjugated, I do not believe that most Americans embrace that outcome, or will ever embrace that outcome, regardless of political affiliation or lack thereof.

But should the Dems et al. push such mentality, I know they'll find themselves in the political minority, at least in Congress and, one hopes, elsewhere.
-- C. Kenna Amos
Princeton, West Virginia

Still in Saigon
By Andrew Cline.

... Democrats are not just stuck in a pre-9/11 mentality; they're stuck in a pre-1980s mentality. It's as if nothing has happened in the world since the fall of Saigon.

Democrats pledge to be friendly, fair to 'those Republican bastards'

By Bea Loughnee. Washington Reporter

WASHINGTON -- Having taken control of Congress for the first time in 12 years, Democratic leaders pledged today to be really, really nice to "those fascist, hate-mongering sons of bitches who ruled us mercilessly for the past dozen years," said Rep. Nancy Pelosi, presumed to be the next House speaker...

Stop whining; just give thanks.

The strongest, most abundant economy in the history of the world.

Don't argue, just look at the numbers on unemployment (low), inflation (low), productivity (high), wages (growing), interest rates (low), home ownership (high), home values (high), gas prices (back within reason), securities ownership (high), securities values (the highest Dow Jones Industrial Average in history), average personal net worth (very high), and on and on.

First Say Nothing, Then Say Thanks. By Quin Hillyer, 11/22/2006