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December 4, 2009

Quote Of The Day

by Brad Warbiany

From Popehat:

This is the problem with the western left: They can see a noose with perfect clarity when the hangman is a conservative. But when the noose is placed by their fellow leftists, they’ll call it a necktie every time.

I do recommend heading over to read the original post, which is a good excoriation of the “only the guilty should be worried about privacy” meme related to the national ID in Britain.


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