He led without a mandate. He taught without a script. His common sense parables filled people with promise and compassion, His words forever inspiring.You could really spend a good hour trying to point out everything wrong with this quotation, but I'll just leave it with the comment of my source, Doug Mataconis at OTB: "Yes, when I think of liberalism, the first thing that comes to mind is the 1st Century A.D. Roman Empire." Oh, and Herman, "A.D." means "Anno Domini" not "after death."
He never condemned what others believed – just sin, evil and corruption.
He helped the poor without one government program. He healed the sick without a government health care system. He feed the hungry without food stamps. And everywhere He went, it turned into a rally, attracting large crowds, and giving them hope, encouragement and inspiration.
For three years He was unemployed, and never collected an unemployment check. Nevertheless, he completed all the work He needed to get done. He didn’t travel by private jet. He walked and sailed, and sometimes traveled on a donkey.
But they made Him walk when He was arrested and taken to jail, and no, He was not read any Miranda Rights. He was arrested for just being who He was and doing nothing wrong. And when they tried Him in court, He never said a mumbling word.
He didn’t have a lawyer, nor did He care about who judged Him.
His judge was a higher power.
The liberal court found Him guilty of false offences and sentenced Him to death, all because He changed the hearts and minds of men with an army of 12.
His death reset the clock of time.
Never before and not since has there ever been such a perfect conservative.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Someone asked me yesterday why I think Herman Cain is a clown. Here's his Christmas message posted at RedState.com last year:
Thus blogged Anderson ... on or about Wednesday, October 19, 2011