Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

E-Z opinions for seniors

The great thing about the neo-conservative drones of Town Hall is that you don't really even have to read their columns. You can just read the introductory paragraph, and there's your RDA of bullshit right there.

For example --

Phyllis Schlafly: "The simultaneous news coverage of the war in Iraq and the rape scandal at the U.S. Air Force Academy exposes again the feminist double standards and hypocrisies."

Debra Saunders: "San Francisco ought to be known as the city that surrendered -- surrendered to the homeless, surrendered to panhandlers and then gave up on taking on the slow but steady spread of blight across this otherwise stunningly beautiful city."

Daniel Pipes: "Today’s furies can be ignored. Now is a time not for fretting over future bin Ladens but for finishing the job against Saddam Hussein."

Cal Thomas: "The demise of Saddam Hussein's killing regime offers the West an opportunity to open a window of freedom and prosperity in Iraq."

Kathleen Parker: "About that Arab street. For most TV-viewing Americans, the Arab street looks like a vicious anti-American mob in need of a bath, a shave and a job."

See? It's writing for people who don't have time to read.
Tags: politics, town hall roundup
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