Instant Classic Steyn Column
Posted by Steven Hayward
Don’t miss Mark Steyn’s column on Joe the Plumber, "now the most notorious plumber in American politics since the Watergate plumbers. And they weren’t licensed, either."
And don’t miss the line about Larry Craig in the Minneapolis Airport bathroom.
10:24 AM / October 20, 2008
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Is there any sense that most Americans care about this kind of stuff? I ask because it is a big question asked by ordinary old extremely conservative people in my church.
The pastor cannot talk about the election from the pulpit, so he has broken the church into small groups so they can talk about politics in church without threatening the church's tax-exempt status. Sometimes I picture the IRS sending undercover agents to investigate our little church for subversive political talk. Ha! But, could Joe the Pastor speak freely? Our Joe the Pastor's wife works for the Republican Party, too. Scary stuff for liberals, I'm sure.
I have "disposed Action" in Captcha, below.
Iteration two of Captcha is "men noblest".