Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I Think The Espresso Pundit Might Have Lost His Mind

Posted By on Tue, May 24, 2011 at 11:15 AM

The easy joke is, of course, how would anyone be able to tell, but Phoenix based conservative blogger Espresso Pundit posted an odd missive yesterday to mark his several-day hiatus from blogland. Maybe this is coded conservative-speak that I'm just not capable of understanding.

I've tried to get the passion back with less caffeine. Last week I moved my copy of "Silent Spring" from by bookshelf to my desk. After all, Rachel Carson is a hero to the left, but banning DDT has killed upwards of 50 million people. Surely that will get me motivated? Nope.

So this morning, I said screw it and had a giant cup of coffee and I'm thoroughly jacked up on caffeine. Rachel Carson is back on the shelf...Liberal Fascism is on the desk now. Don't forget that Woodrow Wilson put 175,000 Americans in jail for STATEMENTS they made during WWI. Don't forget that Roosevelt imprisoned 75,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry...with the full support of his newly reshaped Supreme Court. Jim Crow laws, White Primaries and Grandfather clauses were DEMOCRATIC Party inventions.

The Chinese economy is a centrally-planned house of cards. Entitlements are going to overtake the entire budget in a few years. The 1.4 Trillion dollar deficit isn't sustainable. Napolitano is bringing the same corrupt practices to the Orwellian sounding department of "Homeland" security that she got away with here. The only thing worse than Obama Care and "Cash for Clunkers" may have been Bush's prescription drug benefit and steel tariffs.

Whew. That felt great. Sure, my hands are shaking and I can't see out of my left eye, but it's totally worth it to have the fire back. I have so many things to tell you about....

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