From the daily archives: Friday, November 10, 2006

A 25 point manifesto about the liberal agenda: The Right was Right. I tried to excerpt a few of my favorites, but I couldn’t do it – it would have been the entire list.

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And this is why we don’t let kids vote…

Kids select Blackwell for governor, DeWine for senate
By Jill Gosche

Kids Voting USA participants selected a different route for the state of Ohio when they didn?t agree with their parents on several election races.

Participants from Hopewell-Loudon Local Schools, New Riegel Local Schools and Tiffin city and parochial schools selected Republicans Kenneth Blackwell as Ohio?s governor and Mike DeWine as their U.S. Senator.

Their totals were: Blackwell, 1,180, and Democrat Ted Strickland, 976. For the Senate race, the totals were DeWine, 1,031, and Democrat Sherrod Brown, 994.

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Mr. Puppies to Head RNC?

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It looks like Michael “I Love Puppies” Steele has been offered the opportunity to replace Ken Mehlman as Chairman of the RNC.

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There has also been talk of having Steele serve on the President’s cabinet.

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No word yet on any job offers for out-going Ohio Secretary of State (and non-governor) Ken Blackwell.

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Coultergeist – good for a chuckle

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I think somebody should institutionalize this poor woman. She was teetering before, but this week’s election seems to have pushed her completely over the edge.

My favorite (and believe me, it wasn’t easy to pick only one):

In fact, if the Democrats’ pathetic gains in a sixth-year election are a statement about the war in Iraq, Americans must love the war! As Roll Call put it back when Clinton was president: “Simply put, the party controlling the White House nearly always loses House seats in midterm elections” ? especially in the sixth year.

Unfortunately for Coultergeist, Democrats showed […]

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If you listen to Jonah Goldberg, liberalism’s problem is it can’t “figur[e] out what it’s ideas are.” The Anonymous Liberal address Goldberg’s column expertly:

Which brings me to Jonah’s suggestion that “liberalism has a problem figuring out what its ideas are.” It’s not surprising that a conservative like Jonah would think this. But as I’ve written a number of times before (and as the Bertrand Russell quote in the masthead illustrates) liberalism is better understood as a way of approaching problems, not as a rigid set of substantive principles. In other words, what Jonah points to as a […]

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