Sunday Evening Read

“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.” Thomas Jefferson

  • NYT has discovered white men are back Remember this article by Gary Hubble from February? The Angry White Man (Via NYT)
  • Obama is against concealed carry Anyone Surprised? How about just carry? Like in the old west, six shooter on each hip. (Via Town Hall)
  • Tolerance and Respect The McCain campaign is out with anther great video. This one speaks to the need for civil discussion among Americans (Via Red State)
  • A decent respect for the opinions of mankind In the event that you don’t know it, this is the favorite phrase from the Declaration of Independence for Democrats during the course of the Bush Administration. (Via Red State)
  • Building Bridges? The AP reports that the Iraqi government’s attempted crackdown on Shiite militants “has won the backing of Sunni Arab and Kurdish parties that fear both the powerful sectarian militias and the effects of failure on Iraq’s fragile government.” The AP goes on to suggest that the emergence of this common cause against Shiite militias and especially the Mahdi army “could help bridge Iraq’s political rifts.” (Via Powerline Blog)
  • Plan C? Democrat rumor mill is running wild that the Democrats may turn to Gore for their presidential hopeful…again. (Via Powerline Blog)
  • Nancy Pelosi warns General Petraeus Nancy Pelosi warns General Petraeus. “Congressional Democrats are warning U.S. Iraq commander General David Petraeus, and the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, not to attempt to minimize the seriousness of the situation in Iraq when they testify to Congress next week. VOA’s (Voice of America) Dan Robinson reports VOA from Capitol Hill.” Wonder if she would hide behind him if someone threatened her in his presence? (Via Strong as an ox and nearly as smart)
  • *MY* superdelegate is better than yours! It’s anyone’s ball game at this point. Speaking of ball games, this reminded me of little kids on a playground shouting my daddy is better than your daddy. Na-na-na-na-na-na! Only in this case, the bragging rights of superdelegate suppport mean more is at stake than who gets to go first in a game of dodge ball. And of course, we have fools like Howard Dean and Harry Reid trying to officiate. “Shame on you, Michigan and Florida.” “Now, now, children. Relax and cool it.”
    If this isn’t the best spectator sport for Republicans, I don’t know what is. Now where is that guy peddling peanuts and popcorn? (Via Conservative Belle)
  • Justice served Judge orders liens against Westboro Church whose members picketed military funerals. (Via Stop The ACLU)
  • In Massachusetts, Universal Coverage Strains Care Cost of medicare starting to really get to people. (Via Althouse)
  • Kos Kids take on yet another busted Hillary lie Enjoy the comments section too! (via Daily Kos)
  • 34% of Korean Army cadets think the US is the main enemy of South Korea
    Wizbang Podcast is up!