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September 27, 2006



OK...prove it next time you come home for a visit...

I'm in Brewster! ;-)


Thanks for the chuckle, Lee. You proved my point: If I don't stand on the street and scream and jump up and down and complain about the Bush Administration every chance I get, then I "support a regime." If I'm not with you, I'm against you, eh?

And believe it sister - I'm as gay as they come.


It's really hard to believe you’re a gay man. Why do you support a “regime” which does everything to demonize us? They deny you the basic civil and human rights that the rest of America has and you stick up for them?! Don’t think for a minute that when they finally destroy the last vestiges of the Bill of Rights and suspend the Constitution, that you as a gay man won’t be rounded up with the rest of us on the “left”! You ‘rightness” won’t protect you. Nothing will.

Remember, we play for the same team.


The Wall Street Journal is predominantly conservative. The editorial pages are extremely conservative (and proud of it)! The reporting in the news pages is far more fair...see especially: "So over the past century and into the next, the Journal stands for free trade and sound money; against confiscatory taxation and the ukases of kings and other collectivists; and for individual autonomy against dictators, bullies and even the tempers of momentary majorities."


First, I find it odd that you are quoting a press release from the very institution that performed the study. Of course they are going to call it the most comprehensive study ever conducted.

Anyway, I find the methodology used to conduct the study somewhat unreliable. The researchers explain that they were looking for key words in articles and stories, such as the names of think tanks. It would seem to me, and I am a published academic author, that looking up the names of certain think tanks would not be very condclusive. It could be that the media outlets are simply quoting those who have a comment to make, or are actually trying to be equal by quoting one think tank or another.

I also find the study odd because the researchers found that the Wall Street Journal is the most liberal. I receive the WSJ six times a week. I have never been able to tell if it is conservative or liberal.

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