Thursday, February 21, 2008

Coffee Klatsch Putsch

George Neumayr attempts to plumb the depths of Obama in If It Feels Good, Say It posted on The American Spectator. Excerpt:
Obama's faux-radicalism and idealism, carefully stirred into a safe brew of truisms, is catnip for a decadent elite that would rather feel good than be good and complains amidst prosperity of the need for dramatic change. But how urgent could their "revolution" possibly be if it was hatched down at a Starbucks?
Dang! I broke a nail. The government ought to provide universal nail insurance. Cuba provides it, and it's a beacon of hope for the rest of the world.

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