Wednesday, December 17, 2008


"Cynicism is poised to become ..."

Alaska Governor, and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin's home church, the Wasilla Bible Church, was set on fire last week and sustained about $1 million in damages.

According to the Associated Press, federal officials confirmed that "an accelerant was poured at several locations around the [Wasilla Bible Church], including entrances." Oh, and a women’s group, with small children present, was meeting inside the church when the blaze was set. Fortunately, they were able to escape when a fire alarm was activated.

How many times have you heard about the Wasilla Bible Church fire over the past several days? Once or twice, or not at all?

Can you image what would happen if B. Hussein Obama's, er, former church, Trinity United Church of Christ, or Joe Biden’s Catholic church -- where's he go? -- had been set on fire? MSNBC and CNN would have dozens of news vans providing 'round the clock coverage and commentary. "Stop the Hate" groups would be holding candlelight vigils. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would come out of the cave in which they've been hiding -- exiled?! -- during the past six months to remind us that we still live in an über-racist, anti-Papist, nation.

I could now uncork another 300 words about the liberal media, left-wing hypocrisy and the like. But I'd just be preaching the very obvious ... yet again.

Forgive me for being very, very cynical. Cynicism is poised to become the single greatest virtue one can possess in Obama's America. Indeed.

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