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Pragmatic Conservatism by Dan K. O'Leary: Bush, Saddam, and Howard Dean
Honestly, not so much for the entry (which, although well-enough supported by the facts, still boils down to "Bush rules, Dean drools") as for a) the blogger, Dan, who is an active Alliance member and a pretty cool guy and b) because Liberal goof-balls come trolling along in the comments making off-topic remarks & personal attacks instead of addressing the point of the post.
Belief Seeking Understanding: Monday, November 10, 2003
This post makes a good point, which I hadn't thought of before:
"the moral of the story is "It costs money to not pay attention, because if you go to college, and you go to a college that isn't coveting and actively recruiting people like you, you end up underwriting the education of the students the college is coveting and actively recruiting."
However, I think it would've been better if the author had finished with some suggested action, like "so don't go to a college unless they seek you out." or something. The post just feels a little... unfinished.
patrickspero.com: Howard Dean's "Point"
No matter how hard I try, I just CAN'T take Howard Dean seriously enough to discuss him like he's intelligent human being. All he deserves is cruel mockery. Of which Patrick dishes up a big, steaming plateful. Mheh.
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