Hey, didja hear the news?

Your life is Kim du Toit’s to dominate; your values are his to dispose of. Yep. Betcha didn’t know that. Says so right here. …Well, OK, he does say "we." Yep, you’re rightaboutthat. …So I suppose it means that if you agree with Kim, you get to be in on the rape & pillage of liberal spoils. Lucky you. Good thing you agree with Kim, eh? Oh, you don’t? Ahh, well … gee … there’s that wee, y’know, and if he can git together more wee than you can git together wee, you’ll just have to be his wee rather than your own wee.


(As you all go about trying to throw each other into the Cannibal Pot.)

You conservatives and liberals are a bunch of, well, y’know.

Richard Nikoley

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  1. Kyle Bennett on June 6, 2006 at 05:36


    I know the feeling. It takes me about a half-hour to drive home from work, during which time I listen to Michael Savage (roughly a clone of Kim, or vice-versa). I enjoy the one-sided sparring I do with him, for just about that half-hour. It's like the old joke about banging your head on the wall, "because if feels so good to stop", but I think I benefit from the exercise.

    I couldn't reach the link either, but this might be the article in question:

    Even if not, Richard's comments still apply.

  2. Rob on June 5, 2006 at 23:48

    The link to Kim's rant leads one astray, but I gotta say that my blood pressure is a bit lower since I removed his site from my personal blog-roll.

  3. Roy W. Wright on June 6, 2006 at 23:32

    You know, I had no idea Kim was such an ignorant collectivist until I read through that link and its comments. It's a shame; I used to respect him.

  4. Charles Hueter on June 12, 2006 at 08:05

    Conservatives like having around the place things like carrier groups, dams, interstate highways and the electrical grid system, none of which could ever realistically be financed, built or maintained by “the market” without costing the populace a great deal more. When activities are performed on a large scale, a controlling authority, even an inefficient one like most governments are, is better than none.

    The market should be avoided in matters of public goods (a BS concept invented by socialists and heartily endorsed by their alleged opponents) because thing would cost more? Large scale human endeavors must have a controlling authority…and a private property owner (or a team of them) can't be such an authority?

    RWW, "ignorant" is definitely the operative word here.

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