Sunday, April 27, 2008

Rants -- April 27, 2008

Welcome to the April 27, 2008 edition of Rants. presents Why Gifted Students Hate School, Part Three « Lorem Ipsum posted at Lorem Ipsum, saying, "A rant about why gifted children hate school, part three: Short reason: Because teachers hate gifted kids."

Jeremy Zongker
presents Election Promises posted at Debt Comics.

Michael Hussey
presents We are going to laugh at this fad 20 years from now, right? posted at Disaffiliates - Think Twice.

presents Polygamists or Poly-GAMISTS? posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

presents For My Republican Friends: Let's Play a Game, And See If Dividing the Democratic Party Permanently Is Possible posted at Rethink., saying, "Does the Obama/Clinton divide mean there's an opportunity to split the Democratic party for good? I wonder..."

Allen Scott
presents No Spin Cycle posted at Journey Across the Sky.

Adam Rosenbaum
presents Official corruption south of the border and what to do about it LatinAmericaBlog: Observations and Commentary on Latin America posted at LatinAmericaBlog.

Michael Bass
presents John McCain’s typical GOP approach to Drug Abuse posted at Debt Prison, saying, "And we all know it’s always the “what about the children” Republicans that just love fighting this war on drugs. Yeah, they love watching African Americans go to jail so the streets are kept clean of drugs. Meanwhile their teenage son is buying and selling more dope than they’ve seen in their entire lives."

The Whited Sepulchre
presents Pennsylvania Primary Results posted at The Whited Sepulchre, saying, "Here's a rant on the Pennsylvania Primary results. Enjoy."

presents Inflation + Shortages = Stealth Tax Increase posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Leslie Carbone
presents Olympic-Scale Ignorance posted at Leslie Carbone, saying, "Thanks for hosting."

P.L. Frederick
presents The More Times Change, The More They Stay The Same posted at Small and Big, saying, "Regarding The New York Times."

Sammy Benoit
presents Throw the UN in the Attic With the Other Old Stuff That Doesn't Work posted at YID With LID.

Sammy Benoit
presents YID With LID: Terrorist Supporters Bash McCain's Use of Islamic Terrorists posted at YID With LID.

Sammy Benoit
presents Hey Dems, Cut the Pork, Feed The Poor posted at YID With LID.

presents Sometimes Nothing is the Right Thing to Do posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "While Senators Clinton and Obama are leaping over one another trying to come up with more innovative and expensive ways for the government to manipulate the housing market, Senator McCain is quietly saying it isn’t the role of the government’s to bail out either the banks or the borrowers."

presents It's Not About Race, Rev. Wright posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "African Americans today are split between two cultures. One is a culture of assimilation and success. The other is a culture of victimization and failure."

NotYourDaddy presents When is a Lie Not a Lie? posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "It’s always easier to predict the past than the future. As history unfolds, it’s starting to look like, not only did Bush not lie, neither was he mistaken. There is new evidence that Iraq did, in fact, have WMDs, which it was systematically transferring to Syria all the while it was stalling the U.N. inspectors."

presents Obama Understands posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "What these cynical critics fail to realize is that Obama wasn’t attacking these poor benighted folks, he was making excuses for their ignorance. He’s actually on their side, don’t you see?"

presents Back to Basics « Government is not your Daddy. posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "A lot of what government provides today could be provided more efficiently by the private sector. But everybody thinks, if they can get the government to pay for it, then it’s free. It isn’t."

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Ashok said...

Thanks so much for hosting this carnival! Lots of neat blogs to check out, it looks like.