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Friday, May 1, 2009

New Issue Up!!!

It's May Day, baby, and you know what that means. It means that the new issue of Common Conservative has been published. So, mosey on over and take a look at what we've got for you this time around.

Kicking us off, The Chief looks over Barry's first one hundred days (or as he puts it, his first one hundred "D'OHs!").

Larry Simoneaux has some quick thoughts on the recent Somali pirate incident.

And Marcie and I give people a different take on the torture memo fiasco perpetuated by Barry's administration.

John Lillpop starts off the guest columns with a good reminder of why immigration laws should be enforced.

Richard Geno talks about the comments made by Texas Governor Rick Perry regarding secession. It's an interesting look at how Texas might look should that decision ever be made.

Ron Lipsman has some observations regarding the conservatives that seem to be in retreat. (With all due respect to our guest colleague, some of us aren't going anywhere.)

Ralph Reiland reminds us of the snobbery from our commander-in-chief.

BJ Browning compares Barry to Napoleon.

JJ Jackson rounds out this issue by focusing on the newest meme from the Goracle's global warming alarmists.

Enjoy reading!

Publius II


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you two are terrible writers, whose monthly "column" is made all the more ridiculous by the different colors. Did it ever occur to you that when two writers write something together, the editor simply includes both names rather than both names and different color paragraphs?

Your inept abilities aside, neither one of you has a lick of sense. You and your shitty little magazine, as well as every other idiot conservative meandering about, have effectively blamed everything from the economy to the swine flu on Barack Obama, yet you ridicule Democrats for blaming things on Bush, even though the majority of this country's woes are HIS FAULT!!!

Man, you people are stupid. Get a clue.

May 3, 2009 at 1:09 AM  
Blogger Syd And Vaughn said...

Gee Mr. Anonymous, thanks for the feedback. And while we appreciate it, our editor thinks that A) the way we write our columns was unique, which is why we were offered the job in the first place, and B) if we were so bloody terrible, we wouldn't be writing for him.

If you have a complaint about his decision to bring us on board, maybe you should take that up with him. That is, if your ineptitude can bve put aside for a second to locate his e-mail address on his site.

As for where we assign "blame," genius, never once have we assigned the swine flu to Barry. We put that blame on the Third World nation of Mexico, with it's serious lack of hygiene, and low health care standards.

What we DO blame Barry for is the massive amount of gov't spending, the gov't's injection of itself into PRIVATE COMPANIES (which, BTW was started by Bush), and his out-and-out, complete disregard for the Constitution.

Mr. Anonymous, get your facts straight before you accuse us of passing blame onto Barry the way your fever-swamp, mouth-breathing side of the aisle did to Bush. We're not like that, and I think that shows in how we write, and the subjects we choose to write about.

Publius II

May 3, 2009 at 7:29 AM  
Blogger TLindaman said...

In defense of Thomas and Marcy, both names are already on their columns and the different colors were a mutual decision to ensure that people knew exactly who said what. That way if there are matters where they disagree (and occasionally there are), readers will know who advanced what argument. If you truly find it off-putting, you're more than welcome to try a different commentary site. As it stands, they're staying with the site, and I'm not changing their columns to appease someone who is too cowardly to leave a name or address your concerns to the man who runs the site, which is me.

And that's the Bottom Line.

May 3, 2009 at 5:37 PM  

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