Democrat says Arizona isn't on southern border

Friends, if you don't think Liberty is in deep doo, then you're not paying attention.  Elected officials - notably Barbara Boxer - have become so patently and publicly thick that you half expect them to pass laws in crayon.  The U.S. House, in particular, is packed with members (Hank Johnson, Bob Etheridge, Maxine Waters) who seem incapable of speaking without calling into question whether they're gunning for laughs.

What's troubling isn't their idiocy, however, but its prevalence beyond the Beltway.  The failure of citizens to participate in elections has handed nimrods wide powers.  Take Peggy West, an elected official from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  A graduate of _________ (Har-Harvard?), she recently made her case against Arizona's immigration law, saying:

 "If this were Texas, which is a state that is directly on the border with Mexico, and they were calling for a measure like this, saying they were having an issue with undocumented people flooding the border, I would look twice, but it's Arizona, a state that is a ways removed from the border...." 

Shocked?  Don't be.  Liberals, in a recent survey by Zogby International, scored lower than conservatives on eight of eight questions.  Eight routs, the intellectual equivalent of the Pittsburgh Steelers crushing Peafop Middle School.  Zogby addressed economics (Where does money come from?  Liberal: "trees") but the subject doesn't matter.  Liberals are numb on every subject in which they profess knowledge. 

Plato
, on the other hand, was decidedly brilliant.  The Greek philosopher once quipped that, "One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."  

Who in Milwaukee would argue with that? 

 

 

 

 

Greg Halvorson is the founder of Soldiers Without Boots, and hosts Freedom Warrior Radio on Blog Talk Radio.

 

Greg Halvorson

gchalv@gmail.com

Friends, if you don't think Liberty is in deep doo, then you're not paying attention.  Elected officials - notably Barbara Boxer - have become so patently and publicly thick that you half expect them to pass laws in crayon.  The U.S. House, in particular, is packed with members (Hank Johnson, Bob Etheridge, Maxine Waters) who seem incapable of speaking without calling into question whether they're gunning for laughs.

What's troubling isn't their idiocy, however, but its prevalence beyond the Beltway.  The failure of citizens to participate in elections has handed nimrods wide powers.  Take Peggy West, an elected official from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  A graduate of _________ (Har-Harvard?), she recently made her case against Arizona's immigration law, saying:

 "If this were Texas, which is a state that is directly on the border with Mexico, and they were calling for a measure like this, saying they were having an issue with undocumented people flooding the border, I would look twice, but it's Arizona, a state that is a ways removed from the border...." 

Shocked?  Don't be.  Liberals, in a recent survey by Zogby International, scored lower than conservatives on eight of eight questions.  Eight routs, the intellectual equivalent of the Pittsburgh Steelers crushing Peafop Middle School.  Zogby addressed economics (Where does money come from?  Liberal: "trees") but the subject doesn't matter.  Liberals are numb on every subject in which they profess knowledge. 

Plato
, on the other hand, was decidedly brilliant.  The Greek philosopher once quipped that, "One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."  

Who in Milwaukee would argue with that? 

 

 

 

 

Greg Halvorson is the founder of Soldiers Without Boots, and hosts Freedom Warrior Radio on Blog Talk Radio.

 

Greg Halvorson

gchalv@gmail.com

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