Tuesday, May 19, 2009


Jonah Goldberg finds commercial annoying. I fear it is the only a small part of the price we will all pay for allowing the indoctrination of our children into the state-sponsored envirofascist world view. Pavlik Morozov will be considered a rugged individualist compared to the greenshirted tree-huggers we are cultivating in our midst.

If this vapid commercial doesn't bother you, then consider this: those old-fashioned conservatives operate on the premise that they have better ideas. But the entire liberal leftist marketing plan is based on the premise that they are better people; and that if you become one of them, you too will be a better person.

They can't argue that they have better ideas, because, frankly, their ideas stink--particularly this one, which seduces people into believing in the perfectibility of human nature. This belief, without doubt, has caused more human misery and oppression in our world than any other; and is as toxic and lethal today as it was in the last century.

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