Something Wonderful: Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration

Shouldve put piglosi, obama and crew in place of king George. But it's still pretty cool. Founders' Rock!

Posted by Ashen at February 4, 2010 12:23 PM

Hey's that Freedom Rock?!
Well, turn it up, man!

Posted by Ricky Raccoon at February 4, 2010 12:54 PM

I can't get over a Founder looking like Alice Cooper! LOL!

Love it!

Posted by newton at February 4, 2010 1:53 PM

Got me all misty, dammit.


Posted by jwm at February 4, 2010 3:38 PM

Thanks! I seem to recall Bill Clinton doing a lot of apologizing, too. Must be a Democrat thing. Or am I not getting it? Which happens all too often. ;)

Posted by ELC at February 4, 2010 5:59 PM

I've been thinking about this video- how moving it is. This is what the classical Liberal (ie: conservative) movement needs more than anything. We need to re-capture the pop cultural high ground of coolness. So many in my generation were seduced by the anti-war left wing cool vibe of the sixties, and look what it has given us:
More government. More taxes. More laws. More regulations. More restrictions on our basic freedom. The mental straight jacket of political correctness. The C.P.S.I.A. that recklessly outlaws thousands of harmless products because of infinitesimal trace elements of chemicals or lead. The lies about second hand smoke, and the subsequent anti-smoking hysteria that forbids folks, under penalty of law from having a cigarette in their local beer bar. The environmentalist madness that shut down California's agriculture to protect a fish, and threatens to destroy God only knows how much productivity in the name of some unobtainable goal of a 'perfect green' world...

And I'm just barely gettin' started.
There is nothing cool in any of this. It is profoundly anti-freedom. Profoundly, and dangerously anti-American.


Posted by jwm at February 4, 2010 7:28 PM

The Revolution is on.

I've learned to love Obama.

This moment feels so different from 1972 McGovern v. Nixon. Something organic, and new, is rising from the American soil.

Sharp posts this day, Vanderleun. I mean, they're always sharp, but this is the stuff Cyber Boners are made of.

Posted by Irish Cicero at February 5, 2010 8:15 AM