From the daily archives: Monday, March 19, 2007

“I am getting rather sick of these lifestyle nazis that are using the blunt force of government to crack down on … the eating of crappy food.”
Matt Naugle on Strickland’s Health Insurance Plan

I know Matt doesn’t understand this concept- any more than he understands why we have to wear seat belts. So let me try to explain it in selfish, republican-style language he can understand:

If you crash your car and aren’t wearing your seatbelt- then your beat-up body is transported to the hospital in an ambulance paid for by MY TAX […]

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Schmidt vs. Vomit

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So Jean Schmidt slips on a pile of puke outside of her office- getting chunks on the back of her new american flag-print dress. She immediately runs home and changes into her good-ol’ american flag-print pant suit.

Listen up, Jean: only cowards run home and change.

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Because I got no time to blog but this must be on PB:

WASHINGTON – In its first major student free-speech rights case in almost 20 years, U.S. Supreme Court justices struggled on Monday with how far schools can go in censoring students.

In a case involving a Juneau, Alaska, high school student suspended for unfurling a banner that read “Bong Hits 4 Jesus,” several justices seemed wary about giving a principal too much authority at the expense of the student’s right to express his views.

Freedom of speech. Take a hit.

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