Tuesday's links and comments
Thomas Sowell is imbued with more than his share of common sense. Today, we get another of his Random Thoughts columns. Enjoy the whole thing, but here is the last paragraph:
I am so old that I can remember a Democrat, at his inauguration as President, say of our enemies: "We dare not tempt them with weakness."If you are wondering, that quote comes from the older brother of the reprobate senator from Massachusetts.
Wesley Pruden of the Washington Times writes about hatred of the president from Frank Rich and others. I got a chuckle out of this passage:
Hating George W. Bush is a full-time job, but it's a labor of love for most of his critics, even for those who get paid to do it.
Frank Rich of the New York Times, a perfectly nice man if you run into him at a party or at the deli, goes off his meds when he sits down to write about anyone who doesn't lust to throw a rotten egg, an overripe tomato or a shoe at the president.
Here is a headline that will cause most folks to say "no kidding."
A former cable company call center rep says: "We lie" to customers who ask when installer will arrive