Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Voyage of the damned

Well it appears this years National Review cruise was just as morally bankrupt and full of revealing malaprops as ever:
But Ms. O’Sullivan again took umbrage. As everyone went silent, she recalled a conference she attended in Australia in which a liberal nun (who “didn’t even have the decency to wear a habit”) criticized America for its “inner-city racism.”

Offended, Ms. O’Sullivan recounted what she wished she’d said to this nun: “Pardon me, madam, but I have been in your country of Australia for ten days and the only Aborigines I’ve seen have been drunk on the street, and at least if we were in my country they would be serving the drinks at this conference!”

Ms. O’Sullivan then warned against watering down the purity of the conservative agenda to placate minorities or, as she put it, rather succinctly, “the bastardization of the product.”

Caution -- Story contains picture of shirtless Ralph Reed.


pansypoo said...

i had stories myself of the people who need to be taxed more. an outdoor ice hockey rink being used in SUMMER. fuck piddly clinton rates. i want obama to ask for 90% + get 50%.

Montag said...
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Montag said...

Shorter Mrs. John O'Sullivan: "Please do not relieve us of our white man's burden or, at least, the appearance of same. How else will the darkies know we're their superiors?"

Somehow, it almost seems appropriate that an aging British defender of a racist imperial realm be married to an Alabaman.