Thank you for this song, Steve Vaus!
Explain to me again why we’d want to rely on government for health care?
Hat tip: Rush
The Hon. Daniel Hannan, MEP for South East England, excoriated British PM Gordon Brown at his address to the European Parliment. This guy gets it!
Here is Sarah Palin’s male counterpart in the future of Conservatism and the Republican Party, Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, who I’m very proud to say was my vote for the Republican Nomination for President in last year’s Pennsylvania primary election:
Video is taken from the Republican National Committee.
Yes, I’m biased in her favor. Yes, I think she’d make a great Vice President – and for that matter, a great President. My dream ticket for the future is Palin/Jindal or Jindal/Palin; I really couldn’t care who’s at the top, so long as they’re both on the ticket. I’m happy with McCain/Palin for now…
All that aside, Sarah cleaned the floor with tired, old Joe Biden tonight.
This is conservatism. This is the future. And most importantly:
This is one of us!
I loved it when Sarah basically said that she didn’t care about the premise of the questions and what was expected as an answer – she was going to talk to the American people.
God Bless you Sarah and your wonderful, beautiful family. Keep being yourself. You’ll never go wrong doing that.
Finally, an apology: I did think Gwen Ifill, Obama-gushing-book-being-authored and all, did a fair, balanced, probing, skillful, and impartial moderation of the debate. Ms. Ifill, should you ever see this, I am sorry that my initial reaction to hearing about the book and its non-disclosure to the parties concerned was one of disrespect for you as a journalist. You did a great job tonight.
Heard moments ago on the Rush Limbaugh Program, from the master himself:
“Bipartisanship is like Liberalism: gutless.”
Watch this, pay attention to how the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac collapse has led to the current economic crisis, and never forget who asked for more oversight and regulation, and who defended the criminals who have trashed our country.
Remember also, it isn’t “Democrats” and “Republicans” – it’s Liberals and Americans.
Remember when you enter that voting booth on November 4th also…
A rather infamous former Secretary of the Interior had the following quote attributed to him:
I never use the words Democrats and Republicans. It’s liberals
Remember back during the RNC how some Code Pink Communist America-Haters tried to disrupt John McCain’s address? They were promptly and loudly shouted down by the Republican party with cheers of “USA, USA, USA!”
Well, I just took a look at the video linked by HotAir’s Allahpundit here – it’s of a recent New Soviet Man appearance where he was interrupted by a group of very loud folks calling themselves “Blacks Against Obama”. How did the adoring crowd respond?
By yelling “Yes we can! Yes we can!”
You see, for the Left it’s all about worshiping the New Soviet Man and his Marxism clothed in “change”.
For us, it’s about the country first and foremost.
At least with respect to the above quoted characterization, I do think that James G. Watt was pretty much dead on target.
CNN just doesn’t get it. We conservatives may not have always been John McCain’s biggest cheering section, but we do know what our principles are. McCain and Sara Palin are delivering them.
We are not searching for an identity, because we are not ashamed of our identity like the Left is. The Left only succeeds when they hide who they really are. Conservatives only fail when we do not act on our principles.
More than anything, the Left fears conservatives who act on their principles. They know that their own ideology is bankrupt, and anathema to the American Spirit.