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The left, compassion, and tolerance

Here is the latest Diversity Lane cartoon (which by the way was created several days before the Palin effigy hanging, click to enlarge): And here is the related real life incident… How lynching Sarah Palin relates to the tolerance of the left

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Obama intro video: less than a minute dedicated to his experience

I just rewound my Tivo after I was surprised at how little time they dedicated to trying to establish Barack Obama’s experience in his introduction video. And I’m not kidding on this… it was less than one minute, and that includes when they were talking about his “community organizer” and state senate days. According to my rough count they spent about 20-30 seconds (my exact count was 20 but I’ll throw in a buffer) on his national political experience. And even more odd than the lack of time spent on his national experience, because lets face it there just isn’t

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