Today is Friday, and that means Tamara Hall’s weekly
humor current events column is in the paper. Today she is gloating about the election, on the basis of pretty much discredited liberal media conventional wisdom:
November 2, 2004, was a glorious day.
It was the day the moral majority found its voice.
In the end, it was not about politics. It was not about war. It was about values.
She goes on and on like that. Ok, her guy won, she’s entitled to some bragging. This remark struck me, though:
They shook their heads in disbelief as the immorality of Bill Clinton was championed:
“Politics is not religion and we should govern on the basis of evidence, not theology.”
Most people don’t come straight out and say they want a theocracy (well, it wouldn’t technically be a theocracy). At least she’s honest. Another example of what David Neiwert has been talking about at Orcinus, too.