Thursday, April 04, 2013



Buckley had it right




12 comments:

Anonymous said...

He's dead.

Use the Name, Luke said...

What does that have to do with the accuracy of his observation?

Brian from Virginia said...

Anon must work for the Federal Govt; his information is accurate yet completely worthless at the same time.

Anonymous said...

In the long run we're all dead. It's what we accomplish and how we live that matters. Buckley accomplish much more then most and lived life to the fullest. Not to mention trying to make the country a better place for all. Quite unlike every current day Demorat and RINO.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 1;20 said...
"He's dead..."

Well, so are Marx and Lenin, but those of you on the left continue to idolize them.

Anonymous said...

Let's not omit Mao, Che, Chavez and Ho as honored, room temperature members of the lefty hall of fame. I could name plenty of dead congress traitors, but the list would be much too long.

Anonymous said...

"Liberal" is too vague a term - just like "Christian", with equal scope to criticize!

Anon 1:20 said...

Wow, it took just three words to divert attention from the original post. You guys must be easily distracted by shiny objects. LOL

Dean said...

About anon 1:20 AM: Nothing to see here. Just another lefty trying to ignore truth and distract others from it.

Looks like he (or she) succeeded.

Anon 1:20 said...

"Looks like he (or she) succeeded."

You people are so gullible.

Let's start another one:

High capacity magazines are for people who are lousy shots and are too lazy to reload.

Any takers?

Anonymous said...

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/apr/3/phoenix-acquatic-center-uses-affirmative-action-pr/?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS

NikFromNYC said...

“The noble art, which had once been preserved as the sacred inheritance of the patricians, was fallen into the hands of freedmen and plebeians, who, with cunning rather than with skill, exercised a sordid and pernicious trade. Some of them procured admittance into families for the purpose of fomenting differences, of encouraging suits, and of preparing a harvest of gain for themselves or their brethren. Others, recluse in their chambers, maintained the gravity of legal professors, by furnishing a rich client with subtleties to confound the plainest truth, and with arguments to colour the most unjustifiable pretensions. The splendid and popular class was composed of the advocates, who filled the Forum with the sound of their turgid and loquacious rhetoric.”
E. Gibbon (“The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire,” 1776)