Thursday, October 11, 2012

Conservative on Target! 10/10/12

The Only Mad Hatter in the Room: One symptom of madness is the tendency to view oneself as superhuman.  Superheroes believe that they should not have to run for re-election; after all, they are entitled to it.  They don't hold press conferences at which unvetted journalists are allowed to ask real questions.  Unlike truly great presidents who believe the American people have a rendezvous with destiny, superheroes believe they have one.  They are so above it all that they don't have to prep for debates. They expect to win by default.

   The ABC's of wedding woes -- Thursday's vice presidential debate moderator has known President Obama for years, reports TheDC's Josh Peterson:
"President Barack Obama was a guest at the 1991 wedding of ABC senior foreign correspondent and vice presidential debate moderator Martha Raddatz, The Daily Caller has learned. Obama and groom Julius Genachowski, whom Obama would later tap to head the Federal Communications Commission, were Harvard Law School classmates at the time and members of the Harvard Law Review. After TheDC made preliminary inquiries Monday to confirm Obama's attendance at the wedding, ABC leaked a pre-emptive statement to liberal-leaning news outlets including Politico and The Daily Beast Tuesday, revealing what may have been internal network pressure felt just days before Raddatz was scheduled to moderate the one and only vice-presidential debate Thursday night."
   Is it too much to ask to have a moderator for the presidential or vice presidential debates who did not attend the wedding of one of the candidates?

Since the State necessarily lives by the compulsory confiscation of private capital, and since its expansion necessarily involves ever-greater incursions on private individuals and private enterprise, we must assert that the state is profoundly and inherently anti-capitalist. -- Murray N. Rothbard

Be not intimidated... nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency. These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice. ~ John Adams