Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The shape of things to come?
LRC’s Bill Anderson, like me, is not afraid of Sarah Palin. The sexy, gun-toting Alaskan governor with a frontier-sized lust for life and unhypocritical (except for war — that’s a big one) pro-life values will go back to a happy life and relative obscurity which is for the best.

Welcome to SWPL nation:
As we look at the upcoming Obama administration, it will do us well to remember that the main power groups of the Democratic Party which will call the shots for at least the next four years, and more likely the next 40, include the following: Labor unions, environmentalists, the American Trial Lawyers Association, the hardcore Religious Left, and ACORN. All of these groups are united in their visceral hatred for free markets and for personal liberty in general (except in areas of sexual freedom and in the “freedom” to kill unborn children). These groups will be unchecked in their Grand Vision that they intend to impose on the rest of us.
Nobody’s taken the churches of the Religious Left seriously in 30 years — secular society’s camp-followers, fun for sound bites and liturgical photo-ops to spite Rome; people of the SWPL generation don’t go to them — but yes.
Not only will Obama and Congress make sure that the Big Three automakers survive in some form, but their political allies will make sure that the other auto plants in this country owned by foreign subsidiaries are smashed beyond recognition.

Perhaps the Obama State will recall troops fighting abroad, and I hope that is the case. However, people with this kind of Grand Vision are not going to be satisfied...

The Obama campaign sought to have criminal charges filed against people who they claimed ran “false” television advertisements against him. Congress plans to bring back the Fairness Doctrine, and I am sure that there will be other sanctions, criminal and otherwise, against dissenters.

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