The Proud Duck

Thoughts on policy, history, faith, baseball when I get around to it, waterfowl, and life in general by a junior attorney who'd much rather have Jonah Goldberg's job. Or possibly Darin Erstad's.

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Wednesday, July 06, 2005
Liberal columnist Bonnie Erbe compares the United States to Iran. Unfavorably.

Key quote:

"After all, wouldn't it be a relief to join a society [Iran] in which religious tyranny is gossamer compared with the version we now face in the good old U.S. of A?"

That's right: Allowing an invocation at a high school graduation, or wanting to preserve the right of self-government against judges who invent Constitutional principles out of whole cloth, is worse than beheading "apostates" and "fornicators" in the town square.

Sheer gibbering lunacy, of which we may expect much more as the Democratic Party, increasingly dominated by a hard Left that actually believes this stuff, gears up to slander any jurist President Bush may nominate to the Supreme Court whose views on constitutional law fall rightward of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's.


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