If the Sixties is considered a hey day for the left, then they should use the title. I think they had or feel they had a sense of power. And they still think they have it. Case in point is the article about a CBS "60 Minutes" piece that David Reinhard has in the Oregonian. Apparently, 60 Minutes interviewed a David Kuo (author of Tempting Faith) who advocates that Christians, especially Evangelical (read Bible oriented) Christians, "Fast" from the upcoming elections to avoid being manipulated.
Now why would 60 Minutes do that? Mr Kuo says that President Bush has NOT delivered everything that Christians should expect from him. Duh? With GW being a moderate in the first place, having to contend with a RINO Congress, a War on Terror, and a less then respectful Mainstream Media; what should we should we expect from him? Utopia? No, wait - that's Communism. Heaven? No Way, he's not God.
I think politics is a lot like gardening. Some plants produce good fruit. Some others are just plain old weeds. For some plants to produce good or better fruit, you must get rid of a lot of weeds. If you wait to do the weeding, it only gets worse. I think the "manipulators" have had their sixty minutes. Now it's our turn. Let's get out there and do some weeding.
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Thursday, October 12, 2006
Mary Katharine Ham over at Townhall.com had a great piece titled Chicks with Guns. She agrees that it's a good thing to arm more chicks and many of her readers agreed. However, one person felt that by arming yourself, you giving up the Moral High Ground. WHAT? My reply was:
Just because your hands are in the air doesn't mean you have the "Moral High ground." It more likely means that your going to end up on, or in the ground.
Clever? Well, maybe if you are easily amused like me. But the willingness to give up your own defense seems pretty stupid to me. And since when is stupidity equal to the Moral High Ground?