Tuesday, February 07, 2006


In light of this, I am waiting for Ahmad Abu Ladan, leader of The Islamic Society of Denmark to have Dan Rather and Mary Mapes announce that the cartoons he added to the original 12 published by the Danish newspaper are actually "fake, but accurate." 60 Minutes could do the story. The sage heads of the intellectual elite would nod knowingly.

The minions of the left would immediately jump on this bandwagon since it portrays a "higher truth" (i.e., a deliberate falsehood) that transcends mere reality.

Meanwhile, we all know the ultimate higher truth that the left in this country fiercely believes:


And while the left is preoccupied with the usual trivia "higher" truth, they probably won't have time to read this Thomas Sowell insight:
Terrorists and terrorist governments are giving us almost daily evidence of their fanatical hatred and violent sadism, as the clock ticks away toward their gaining possession of nuclear weapons. They not only hold a harmless young woman hostage in Iraq, they parade her in tears on television, just as they have paraded not only the terrorizing, but even the beheading, of others on television.

Moreover, there is a large and gleeful audience in the Arab world for these gross brutalities, just as there was glee and cheering among the Palestinians when the televised destruction of the World Trade center was broadcast in the Middle East.

Yet what are we preoccupied with or outraged about? Whether the American government should intercept the phone calls of these cutthroats to people in the United States.

That question has been sanitized in the mainstream media by asking whether the government should be engaged in "domestic wiretapping," just as the terrorists themselves have been sanitized into "militants" or "insurgents."

The way the question is posed by many in the media and in politics, you would think our intelligence agencies were listening in on you talking on the phone to your aunt Mabel.

Be serious! There are more than a quarter of a billion people in the United States. Intelligence agencies have neither the manpower, the time, the money, nor the interest to listen in on you and your aunt Mabel.

Yep, it sure would be nice if this "reality-based community" came down out of the cesspool down from the mountain of Higher Truth and and actually dwelt in the real world for a change.

Highly unlikely, but nice.

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