Slow traffic for Memorial Day blogging -- hey, if I didn't have to work today, I'd be taking a daylong nap -- but let's take a look around:
Joe says thanks to a couple of "nitwit senators" who voted for The Amnesty That Dare Not Speak Its NameTM.
David Underwood finally realized he won a free copy of DONKEY CONS in the drawing held by Nancy French. David's happier than Navin Johnson was the day the new phone book arrived. Congratulations, David -- I hope you enjoy the book! (It would be just my luck that Nancy would award the free copy to the only DailyKos fan in Searcy, Ark.)
Jeff Quinton has Memorial Day photos here and here.
Violence Worker remembers Reagan's words spoken at the 40th anniversay of D-Day: “Strengthened by their courage, heartened by their valor, and borne by their memory, let us continue to stand for the ideals for which they lived and died.”
Right Wing Howler has beautiful patriotic photos to commemorate the day.
Liberals are always mocking us downhome Bible-thumpers with the "hypocrite" thing -- e.g., "Look at the syphilis rate in Mississippi! " -- but something tells me the chicks on the Catholic University women's lacrosse team are gonna have some 'splainin' to do! (H/T: Caption This!)
Brian Maloney has some great recommendations for summer reading, including:
Chronicling more than two centuries of Democrat malfeasance, Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime, and Corruption In The Democratic Party is a fun, yet disturbing read.Like we keep saying: BUY TWO! Brian also likes Robert Ferrigno's Prayers for the Assassin, and like everyone else, can't wait to see what fresh outrage Ann Coulter will deliver on 6-6-6. I predict the Left will react like Dracula beholding the cross.
Tying it all together in a way seldom presented in the past, Cons uses the examples of history to show how dishonesty has rotted the party's core since its earliest days.
You'll find striking parallels between century-old events and Howard Dean's Democrats of 2006. Overall, this book by World Magazine Editor Lynn Vincent and Washington Times Assistant National Editor Robert Stacy McCain provides very worthwhile reading.
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