I love The American Thinker. They not only have terrific stable of amazingly thoughtful writers who do a great job with current topics, but their authors also have a deft hand with humor. Case in point is today’s article by Randall Hoven, “You Might Not Be A Republican,” all of which you will want to read. Herewith, just a few of the gems:
If you think the Democrat with 11 years in elective office has more experience than the Republican with 12 years in elective office, you might not be a Republican.
If you think the man who called his own grandmother a “typical white person” has transcended race, you might not be a Republican.
If you think a $459 billion deficit under a Republican is irresponsible, but a $1,845 billion deficit under a Democrat is responsible, you might not be a Republican.
If you think a Democrat who made a $34,000 mistake on his taxes is the best man for the job of running the IRS and Treasury, you might not be a Republican.
If you think Rush Limbaugh preaches hate and Jeremiah Wright doesn’t, or that Wanda Sykes is funny but Ann Coulter isn’t, you might not be a Republican.
It’s a fun piece to read, and it was probably fun to write. If you have additional thoughs on who might not be a Republican, leave them here in the comments or go on over to The American Thinker and leave them there. Or both.