Thursday, March 24, 2011

The questions just keep coming.

Stephen Suh ponders the notorious "Tony Hill" letter touted by Republicans in the Arizona legislature and wonders...
It's extremely racist, a textbook example of how conservatives/racists - should we use separate words to describe them anymore?
Sounds like a question for the Department of Redundancy Department.

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Anonymous Terry Parkhurst said...

George Will is a self-advertised conservative, a pretty good writer and I don't think he's a racist; but then, I've never met him in person. I'll admit enjoying his columns, simply to get an alternative point of view and an analysis of the political scene, similar to a political science text. He has also written well about baseball - a passion of his - and cats; a passion we share.

From what one can gather, the same is true of G. Gordon Liddy; his book "Will" has an interesting chapter on how he helped African-American inmates, write letters home or to their parole boards, while himself a prisoner.

Of course, maybe those two are simply the exception that proves the rule. For the country's sake, I hope not.

8:20 PM  

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