Monday, November 9, 2009

If you missed it a year ago

A few days back, Iowahawk reposted his classic "election analysis" from a year ago. At that time, I welcomed it as playful yet poignant example of "apocalyptic standup", a phrase used and possibly coined by Bill Bennett in describing Steyn's America Alone. Excerpt:

Yes, I know there are probably other African-Americans much better qualified and prepared for the presidency. Much, much better qualified. Hundreds, easily, if not thousands, and without any troubling ties to radical lunatics and Chicago mobsters. Gary Coleman comes to mind. But let it not distract us from the fact that Mr. Obama's election represents a profound, positive milestone in our country's struggle to overcome its long legacy of racial divisions and bigotry. It reminds us of how far we've come, and it's something everyone in our nation should celebrate in whatever little time we now have left.

Indeed. Lolz @ Gary Coleman.

Well, there's always some reason to be positive. Noticed these pappies in the store yesterday—time to go a-stockin'.


  1. So there is at least one good thing about living in Cleveland.

  2. I pounded 2 of those once when I first moved out here without realizing how loaded they are.