Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Quote of the Day

Conservative blogger John Hinderaker redefines the meaning of the word delusional:

Bush never gets sloppy when he is speaking publicly. He chooses his words with care and precision, which is why his style sometimes seems halting. In the eight years he has been President, it is remarkable how few gaffes or verbal blunders he has committed. If Obama doesn't raise his standards, he will exceed Bush's total before he is inaugurated.

9 comments:

Xeb said...

What the?!?!?!?

Ahsan said...

Wow. That's precious.

humaira said...

ridiculous

zeyd said...

Surely he's being sardonic?

bubs said...

Zeyd: If you read his blog regularly you would realize just how serious he is.

AKS said...
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AKS said...

@ Bubs

I've just ended up reading a bunch of posts on the blog and my question to you bubs is: Why the hell would you put yourself through the torture of regularly reading stuff such as -

"Dartmouth celebrates the advent of Obama"

Our Dartmouth correspondent reports from Hanover that the students appearing in the video above marched to Dartmouth President Wright's house on the evening of November 4 and screamed until he came outside in his pajamas to give a speech. She adds:

"On the day of the election, the college Democrats covered literally every inch of every sidewalk on campus with stuff like "Your ballot should look like this" and then a drawing of a ballot with Obama/Biden, Hodes, etc. checked off. And they put yard signs on the Green, which is not allowed, and stickers in the halls and bathrooms of all the dorms and buildings including the library, which is also not allowed."

Ah, the wonders of "diversity" in the Ivy League!
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Does the last line sound a little offensive to anyone else?

bubs said...

AKS: I enjoy reading this stuff. The nuttier the better. I don't think the post you mentioned is explicitly racist. A popular meme among the right is that while they keep touting their racial diversity, they do everything they can to enforce ideological uniformity. You could make a case that they are being racist but I think its just stupidity.

Tazeen said...

awwww loved this one ...


it is people like him who make me appreciate sanity