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Saturday, October 01, 2005

Link to Washington Post

Readers of this blog might be mildly diverted to know that the blog below concerning Tina Brown's spin on
Bill Clinton has been linked to the Washington Post. Click to go to the Post

Friday, September 30, 2005

Byron York on Tom DeLay & Ronnie Earle on National Review Online: "On several occasions in the film, Earle engages in monologues on what he believes is the sinister effect of money in politics. 'The root of the evil of the corporate and large-monied interest domination of politics is money,' Earle says as he takes the filmmakers on a nighttime drive around Austin. 'This is in the Bible. This isn't rocket science. The root of all evil truly is money, especially in politics. People talk about how money is the mother's milk of politics. Well, it's the devil's brew. And what we've got to do, we've got to turn off the tap.'"
If you are going to quote the Bible, you should at least quote it right. There is no verse in the Bible that says, "Money is the root of all evil." What the Bible says is, "The love of money is the root of all evil" [1Timothy 6:10]. But I guess Earle reads the Bible the way he makes indictments: pick and choose and follow your political agenda. (sigh)
HUD chief foresees a 'whiter' Big Easy - Nation/Politics - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper: "A Bush Cabinet officer predicted this week that New Orleans likely will never again be a majority black city, and several black officials are outraged. "

It's good to get a little comic relief now and then. The black slave masters would rather have their black slaves back on the plantation under the sea in New Orleans where they can depend upon their votes to get two democratic senators from Louisiana than they would to have them immigrate to other "republican" states where their votes might be diluted. Aren't these wonderful people? the members of the "Black Caucus" in Washington, I mean.


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