Friday, April 17, 2009

Give me a Break

National Day of Silence, oh please.
Peter Kirsanow writes: Celebrate Diversity . . . except veterans, small-business owners, practicing Catholics, gun owners, talk-radio listeners, tea-party attendees, Texans, smokers, limited-government proponents, pro-lifers, taxpayers, NASCAR fans, Boy Scouts, oil-company employees, secure-border advocates, capitalists, global-warming agnostics, Cuban refugees, school-choicers . . . The Corner
Better still...
"And can we talk about the insanity of a national day in honor of the sad state of gays? Can you name another special interest group that (a) MUST have at least one representative on every television series and (b) that character can only be the witty, saintly sage to whom the pathetic heterosexuals go for guidance?
Give me a break.
How about a National Day of Silence for middle-aged white Christian men, arguably the most maligned group in the world right now.
Better yet, how about a National Day of Sanity?"
Karen Hall's Some Have Hats

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