Did Margaret Thatcher change the world for the better?
Yes, but socialism won in the end.
No, but she might inspire the next generation.
Other (please explain)
Total votes: 20
Memo to Dr. Peikoff: What Is the Status of the Fatwa? [Or: Dr. Peikoff, Tear Down this Fatwa!]
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2008-06-04 03:04
So that unutterable piece of treasonous excrement Obama has clinched the Democratic nomination. As I type he is ejaculating his ghastly rhetoric on TV: "America, this is our moment," "this will be the moment our great nation came together to heal our wounds for the sake of our grandchildren," and other such nauseating, empty, facile bromides.
I have a question for Leonard Peikoff: Does the injunction to Objectivists to vote Democrat across the board still stand? It was a frightful enough travesty when Hillary Clinton looked likely to be the nominee; now it is unspeakable.
I have a question for Hsiekovians: is it your intention to vote for Barack Obama, and to claim that you are thereby striking a blow against an imminent Christian theocracy and for the Objectivist view of history?
Aside from his stated policy of sitting down unconditionally with his fellow-scum like Ahmadinejad internationally, and of turning America's creeping socialism into galloping socialism domestically, this shallow, lying anti-American demagogue still proposes immediate withdrawal from Iraq just as victory is being consolidated and the anti-American media are actually reporting it.
To vote for this creature would be beyond disgusting. To advocate doing so in the name of Objectivism is unimaginable.
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