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Monday, October 10, 2005
Well (via instapundit) this is a somewhat persuasive
argument for Harriet Miers. I'm still undecided. I think a great deal will hang on how she carries herself and what she says during her hearings. There damn well better not be any crossword puzzles under the table during these hearings or we're goiing to need to do some housecleaning in the senate.

posted by Rachel 10/10/2005
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Snort. Ha ha ha.
Now, of course, Columbus Day is under attack as a holiday in the United States by the forces of political correctness. This is primarily an effect of the Calvinist Puritan roots of American progressivism. Just as Calvinists believed in the centrality of the depravity of man, with the exception of a miniscule contingent of the Elect of God, their secularized descendants believe in the depravity and cursedness of Western civilization, with their own enlightened selves in the role of the Elect.
Y'know, I never made that connection. Now that it's out there of course I see it quite clearly. It's beyond delightful if you consider the personal heritage of most of the folks you find in that particular movement. Unfortunately what with the state of education probably only 3 out of 10 progressives would get the allusion. Oh melting pot culture, what a strange soup you brew.

posted by Rachel 10/10/2005
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