We’re not worthy
I can’t contain my exploding admiration for the walloping historical quotes, bottomless knowledge, indisputable facts and depth of macro/micro philosophical and economic insight that Melanie Sturm delivers in her columns like Whac-A-Mole to all those dumb liberals. She should be internationally syndicated. Her every commentary must be channeled straight through from Mitt Romney himself.
As Mark Davis, of Denver; Jim Wilmers, of Dublin, Ohio; Gary Harrington, of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Bernard P. Giroux, of Fall River, Mass.; et al, regularly point out in their hagiographic letters to the editor about Melanie – almost as well as our local scriber Maurice Emmer writes – she is a conservative genius who shines a 20,000-watt Klieg light on truth.
Remember that Voltaire said, “Anything too stupid to be said is sung.” Along those lines, Bernard Giroux pointed out so gracefully in his letter (Sept. 16) that people like Democratic candidate for senator from Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren don’t even know which is the business end of a tomahawk. Overeducated elitists like she is, with all her Harvardy “fluff and claptrap,” prove once and for all that smart people are really dumb, and dumb people are really smart.
As Mark Twain said, “Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.”
We the regular people, who actually understand that freedom and liberty exist in our right to end government, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, taxes and Wall Street regulations, must stand firm against implementation of Sharia law in the United States.
To that end, we need to fund our military with more money than it wants so we can continue our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and attack Iran. Borat Sagdiyev, of Kazakhstan, summed it up before Obama chickened out of Iraq, “May George Bush drink the blood of every man, woman and child in Iraq!”
Alas, we wouldn’t be in this socialist mess today if the founding fathers had only written at the end of the Constitution how wise they were and that nothing in the document should ever be changed.
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