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Every Family Has One…

Every Family Has One

…in my family it was me.

From ICanHasCheezburger

And some linky love:

  • The Night Writer is a recent discovery and addition to my blogroll.
  • Neil at 4Simpsons keeps up the quality, like always. I like his dogs.
  • Animate Matters’ Wes keeps my connected to Vox Day by one order of separation, a distance I can handle.
  • TikiRae from Haemet keeps me up to date with current conservative thought on the Cornell College campus.
  • Ironic SurrealismII and Velvet Hammer keep hitting things, plushly.
  • MomLovesBeingAtHome loves being at home. My fiancee will appreciate her.
  • Jay at OldFordRoad grew up on old Ford Road, it’s who he is. Stalwart.
  • Sol at SolomonHezekiah keeps us up to date on the state of education in rural UK.
  • SunflowerDesert keeps me wondering where I can find that desert.

And finally, this fine adaptation of Abbot and Costello’s famous “Who’s on first?”

Thursday Linky Goodness

Hillary telling the truth is more dangerous than Honest Abe telling a lie. So Deitrich Bonhoeffer would argue:

“It is worse for a liar to tell the truth than for a lover of truth to tell a lie.”

Miguel Guanipa over at American Thinker uses this statement of Bonhoeffer’s to argue that Hillary’s habits of untruth make her moments of truth less than pristine and likely coldly calculated attempts to manipulate based on truth which supports her. Not based on her support of the truth.

A “falling away is worse than a falling down”. In other words, when a person who regularly speaks the truth utters a lie, he is merely suffering from a temporary lapse of judgment. In all likelihood he will be tempted and have recurrent lapses like these throughout his life; but the general direction in which he conducts his life will be one disposed towards honesty; he has merely “fallen down”.

On the other hand, when someone who is a chronic liar speaks the truth, it is not necessarily a sign of improvement, but a calculated attempt — by one who has mastered the art deceit — to manipulate the truth for his or her own purposes,. This act, which on its face may look like a valiant attempt at reformation, denotes instead a singularly pernicious kind of wickedness.

The Liar and the Bulldog apparently clean their YouTube channels of less than positive comments. From Verum Serum.

Hugh Hewitt asks if it would kill Time, or Harry Reid, or Nancy Pelosi, or any on the Left to give a “well done” to the American Military and it’s members.

With thanks to WC:


…And the Velvet Hammer:


*shudder*To think there are people who think this is good.