Just a quick link before I go to “work”: J.R. Dunn has an excellent article posted at The American Thinker concerning the debauchery that is modern liberalism.
Personally, I believe he is over-optimistic about liberalism’s downfall – any group of people as ignorant of their historical failures and as blind to their own moral turpitude as libtards are, are likely immune to being reformed – but it would be nice to be wrong about that.
“Eliot Spitzer worked his way to the governorship of New York State as the living embodiment of liberal higher morality, crusading against a series of dubious financial and corporate villains. His downfall as the result of a prostitution scheme too moronic for fiction might be taken as evidence of personal failings and no more were it not for the fact that his replacement, David A. Paterson, confessed to similar activities as the first official act of his administration. (If not even more egregious — no one, after all, has accused Spitzer of trading jobs for sexual favors).”
“In turning to the presidential campaign, we need do no more than mention Madame Hillary. The Ma Barker of Little Rock is in a class by herself when it comes to political iniquity (not to mention dodging snipers). The chief puzzle concerning Hillary is how, being so blatantly what she is, she succeeds in holding onto any support whatsoever. There’s a process in quantum mechanics called “renormalization”, in which certain quantities with values of infinity are arbitrarily dropped back to a more manageable “zero” for the sake of solving the equation. This encapsulates Hillary’s political career: truly mindboggling levels of corruption and ineptitude have been continually renormalized by fellow politicians and the media to enable her to survive. These people made a particular type of bargain when they bent the rules for Hillary. Now the ground is opening up under their feet. It has been a pleasure to watch.”
It is a long but well written article, and you should read the whole thing, as Glenn says.
Well, SAY something...