Editor’s Cut: Wal-Mart Avarice

Editor’s Cut: Wal-Mart Avarice: “Morley Safer takes aim at Wal-Mart.

(Via The Nation Weblogs.)

Brown, who has been nominated to serve on the powerful US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, has condemned the New Deal, which gave the United States Social Security, the minimum wage and fair labor laws. She has expressed doubts about whether age discrimination laws are a good idea. And she has made it clear that she is no fan of affirmative action or other programs designed to help minorities and women overcome centuries of oppression.

So it appears that this is what the Collectivists in the Democratic party consider reprehensible in a judge. Condemning the New Deal, opposition to minimum wage and fair labor laws? They all sound like good ideas to me. I just wonder why the Republicans want this judge in office.

They don’t even understand why the New Deal, minimum wage laws and fair labor laws are wrong. That’s how far gone they are.

The Nation?

Well, it looks like I found the Democratic web site to disagree with. It’s name? The Nation.

It has just what I like in a Democratic blog. Casual references to evil greedy corporations, blatant historical inaccuracies, snarky references that undermine the personal morality of other people and disdain for judges who actually take their duties seriously.

Just trying to be balanced and express my disagreement with Democrats and Republicans alike.

Star Parker

Well, I took some initiative and found a few columns by Star Parker to see what she’s saying. She has some interesting and well thought out articles, but unfortunately, she’s wrong (of course!).

I should mention that the only reason I haven’t said that any of the Democrats are wrong is that I haven’t gotten to them yet. Don’t worry you Collectivist Democratic weenies, you’re next! You should have heard me rant about Clinton when his gang was in charge. I didn’t have a blog at the time, though.

Fear the Blog of Doom, politicians! You are all tax leeches living off the productive class of working Americans. We’re the ones who actually go out and work, create wealth, and make this country great. You just try to figure out ways to spend money that doesn’t even belong to you.


Naptime, I guess.