How to decode liberalism - Sudoku or Gary Trudeau?

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Paul Shlichta recommended a few days ago in The American Thinker that we all learn Sudoku, so we can decode the Libspin of the media and  Hollywood. That makes a lot of sense. But here's a short—cut
— just learned from my wife, whom I adore, even if she does believe 
that terrorists are just misunderstood.

The answer is: read the funny pages.

Everything you've always wanted to know about liberal thought (such as it is) can be found in Gary Trudeau.You know that DNC fax that's supposed to go out to all the talking heads, so they always end up saying the same words on the same day? It's not a fax! It's a code —well, a public code — that starts  with the initials G.T.

Pass it on.

James Lewis  3 24 06

Ethel Fenig adds:

Don't stop with him. Gary Trudeau's neighbors in the Chicago Tribune comics section, for instance, are The Boondocks, Candorville and Sylvia which more often than not belong on the dreaded political cartoon page where even the mullahs would approve some of these drawings.

Nothing wrong with that of course  but how about truth in labeling?

Paul Shlichta recommended a few days ago in The American Thinker that we all learn Sudoku, so we can decode the Libspin of the media and  Hollywood. That makes a lot of sense. But here's a short—cut
— just learned from my wife, whom I adore, even if she does believe 
that terrorists are just misunderstood.

The answer is: read the funny pages.

Everything you've always wanted to know about liberal thought (such as it is) can be found in Gary Trudeau.You know that DNC fax that's supposed to go out to all the talking heads, so they always end up saying the same words on the same day? It's not a fax! It's a code —well, a public code — that starts  with the initials G.T.

Pass it on.

James Lewis  3 24 06

Ethel Fenig adds:

Don't stop with him. Gary Trudeau's neighbors in the Chicago Tribune comics section, for instance, are The Boondocks, Candorville and Sylvia which more often than not belong on the dreaded political cartoon page where even the mullahs would approve some of these drawings.

Nothing wrong with that of course  but how about truth in labeling?