Sunday, January 10, 2010

From an article by Drew Zanh in World Net Daily:

Anyone who says that this is the dawn of a new age of conservatism," writes New York Times op-ed columnist Charles M. Blow, "is engaging in wishful thinking on a delusional scale."
So concludes Blow after writing that watching tea partiers push back against establishment Republicans is like watching "some version of 'Hee Haw'" – the former TV variety show that spoofed the hillbilly side of country music – "meets '28 Days Later'" – a horror film where a rampant virus turns infected people into zombie-like, murderous monsters.

Liberals are big on FREEDOM OF SPEECH.  Just ask them.  Except, of course, when someone disagrees with their stated position.  Then the person who has the nerve to disagree is described as an evil zombi, etc.  I would say that Mr. Blow is well named.



Opus #6 said...

This is heartening.

They say that when you draw flack, you are over the target.

LL said...

He blows (chunks)...