Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

Archive for December 23rd, 2006

Tis the season…Michelle Malkin style

Posted by mesablue on December 23, 2006

And she plays the piano — who knew?

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Wizbang is Calling All Liberals!

Posted by mesablue on December 23, 2006

Wizbang has challenged their most ardent liberal commenters to step up to the plate and put their money where their mouth is.

Literally.

Calling All Liberals

The week between Christmas and New Year’s is a notoriously dead week in the blogosphere.

Given that, I would like to try an experiment. I’d like to invite our prominent lefty commenters – you know the ones who are so critical of the Wizbang writers all the time – to to submit blog posts for publication.

The plan is to publish pieces by these folks next week (in a addition to regular content) to see how those folks would do when they’re the authors and the rest of the Wizbang readership are the critics. Certainly there’s no shortage of topics to cover, what with Nancy and Harry’s coronation upcoming, the ISG report, etc.

Great idea.

It’s such a great idea that I’ve decided to challenge two of Wizbang’s most notorious liberal commenters to participate.

Lee and Mantis.

Lee seems to be an intelligent fellow who has bought into the entire “Dean Scream” version of Democratic politics. This guy has not met a talking point that he can’t repeat ten thousand times regardless of how off message it may be. Same old schtick.

Every. damn. day.

Come on Lee, let’s see what you’ve got.

Mantis started out as an annoying little flea without an original thought and has grown into the kind of blogosphere liberal that you can almost have a slight affection for. He’s still a bit young, but you can see the little thoughts in his mind start to mature over time. I wrote him off a while back and would love for him to come up with something worthy of the opportunity that Kevin at Wizbang is giving him.

If Lee and/or Mantis contribute an article to Wizbang that is not just a cut and paste hack job of whacko lefty blog screeds — I will make a contribution to the charity of their choice. I’m not rich, but I will make a nominal contribution in their name.

I will also post their text here in it’s entirety — without any comment.

Let’s get in on!

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Does this car make my ass look big?

Posted by mesablue on December 23, 2006

Some guy named Joe Bloggs left a comment on my Christmas Story post. Since I tend to be a little curious, I checked out his site. My eyes are still bleeding after this one. And, since I am not one to suffer alone, I want to share this with anyone stupid enough to click on the following link.

“THE FAT ARE FAIR GAME!”

“Fat shrines like this will become a thing of the past”, said Madden pointing to the donut shop. Under the new Labor policy fat people can now be shot on sight for one month of each year. To participate in what many are calling The Calorie Cull, fat hunters must hold a current sporting shooters license.

“Look we’ve given this a lot of thought. We don’t want just anybody taking pot shots at Fatty Boombas,” explained Madden, “There has to be controls. You have to be registered and there is a bag limit – five Fatty Boombas per hunter each Fat Season.”

Butts had been a strong supporter of the ALP in the past.

“I’ve always voted Labor so I can’t help feeling let down right now,” said a nervous Butts as gunshots were heard in the distance.

“I’ve got a long trip ahead of me so with four kebabs in me guts I shouldn’t run out of gas.”

And Flabby Flapps, chairwoman of the Fat Feminists Fellowship, was just as outraged. “I’m out of here!” the normally unflappable Flapps said in such a rush to leave town she’d forgotten to get dressed.

“Inside every fat person there is a thin person trying to get out,” sobbed Flapps.

“That’s because they ate one!” laughed Madden.

You have been warned.

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