November 28, 2012


On the leftward change of the culture in the United States…

Folks, we're going to have to accept some things here, for example, the feminist incursion into higher education, and K through 12 education, has mattered. Women today are not the women they were 30 years ago. They're just not. They're angrier. They're not as interested in relationships. All of that radical stuff that we laughed at and thought nobody in their right mind would ever believe, they do. And it's the same thing with every other radical aspect of the left. It has taken hold in enough people to either be a majority or close enough to it that, given electoral turnout, Democrats can win on this stuff. All of this madcap stuff over the last 25 years that I've chronicled being taught as multiculturalism, we've laughed at it, "nobody's ever gonna believe this." Enough Americans do believe a lot of this radical stuff in enough numbers to elect Barack Obama and reelect Barack Obama. It's a reality that we have to face.

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June 13, 2012


On New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s comment that the purpose of government is to improve the health and longevity of its citizens…

Science has been politicized, and it’s dominated by people on the left, and Doomberg’s a leftist, and so, whatever they say is unchallengeable. It’s always true. Okay so he says “If government’s purpose isn’t to improve the health and longevity of its citizens, I don’t know what its purpose is. We certainly have an obligation to tell them..” Okay tell us. Tell us, fine. But don’t IMPOSE on us. If you want to tell us that large sugary drinks are dangerous, let us make the decision. If you want to tell us that big vats of popcorn you think are unhealthy – fine! Let us make the decision. Put a label on it if you want to! You know, put a picture of a clogged artery on the popcorn bowl – we don’t care. Just let us buy it if we want it… Folks – this is classic liberalism. This is classic statism. This is right in front of our eyes the vast, rapid erosion of personal liberty and freedom. Now you might think this is a minor thing, but these things never stop. Once they start, they never are satisfied.

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March 22, 2011


On the left's "no blood for oil" canard...

Where's our oil from Iraq? If anybody should have dibs on that, we should. At below-market prices. Contracts are going to everybody but us. Well, we got some but we're paying market prices for 'em. We had first dibs on that oil and we gave it away to prove we're nice guys. Part of the guilt of being a superpower. So we're going into Libya for the oil... I wish we were.