Wednesday, August 20, 2003

There are terrible things happening in the world, but to a lot of Americans the most important event of the week is Judge Roy Moore's refusal to remove his Ten Commandments monument by today (the court-ordered deadline). I learn from Free Republic that talk-radio pottymouth Michael Savage is lining up behind the judge, and Savage's Web site confirms this (scroll down), although the decision to hook up with the judge looks an awful lot like an attempt to scarf up more cash for Savage's "Paul Revere Society." Incidentally, here's the Paul Revere Society's "8-point program," as it appears on Savage's home page:

1. End Affirmative Action.
2. Close the Borders now.
3. Deport all illegal immigrants now.
4. Eliminate bilingual education in all states.
5. Require health tests for all recent foreign born immigrants.
6. Make tax cuts permanent.
7. Reduce the number of Federal Employees.
8. Tort Reform - Stop Class Action Lawyers.

Yeah, that sounds a lot like the Ten Commandments, doesn't it?

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