Friday, March 27, 2009


I really need to stop watching Fox and Friends first thing in the morning or I'm gonna end up with a heart attack.

My blearing eyes watched a congressman questioning Geitner about he and Der Messiah's plans to take over any company they say is in trouble and that they say is "too big to fail." He was questioning him on their plans to dictate executive pay as well. Here's what I heard:

"Do you realize how radical your proposal is?" Rep. Donald Manzullo (R-Ill.) asked.

"It's not radical. . ." Geither began, before Manzullo interrupted him.

"You're talking about seizing private businesses and you don't consider that radical?" Manzullo replied, his voice rising. (Washington Post)

Government confiscation of private businesses is not radical.
Destroying and remaking America as a Marxist state is not radical.

But of course we should not be surprised. As we learned during the election, Bill Ayers and the Rev. Wright are not radical either.

Neither is governing according to Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals."
"Rules for Radicals" is not radical.

In other news, the Easter Bunny is Santa Claus.

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