Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Never dilute your convictions, and compromise little

Tom Delay departed congress with a great speech.
I've been told that Tom Delay is not a great orator. We really need to consider the substance of the words, and excuse the style of speaking when debating issues. Symbolism over substance is the kind of bunk that the leftist politicians proliferate (Clinton was famous for that), and the media disseminate -- starting their articles with opinion, and if they have time or space, eventually inter-sparse a few facts here and there.

I especially like Delay's indication that those who have true character are those who do not wish to dilute their convictions, both liberals and conservatives, and that the so-called moderates of the middle who want to compromise are what is ruining our representative republic.


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