September 25, 2009

What's It All About, Barry?


"He that has been refused

a reasonable, or unreasonable request, who thinks his merit underrated, and sees his influence declining, begins soon to talk of natural equality, the absurdity of "many made for one," the original compact, the foundation of authority, and the majesty of the people. As his political melancholy increases, he tells, and, perhaps, dreams, of the advances of the prerogative, and the dangers of arbitrary power; yet his design, in all his declamation, is not to benefit his country, but to gratify his malice." -- The Patriot, by Samuel Johnson


Posted by Vanderleun at September 25, 2009 10:45 AM
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Dear Mr. Vanderleun: Yeah, it's still all about him. Let a foreign crisis blow up and that will change. The question then becomes how many will have to die to continue The Once's education.

Sincerely yours,
Gregory Koster

Posted by: Gregory Koster at September 25, 2009 8:46 PM

It's all Barack, all the time. Tiresome. Dangerous. Why do these kinds of guys ALWAYS gravitate to politics?

Posted by: Kerry at September 26, 2009 6:28 PM