"There is always a philosophy for lack of courage."—Albert Camus

Friday, April 01, 2005

Pat Sajak, the Conservative

I knew Pat had spoken at Hillsdale (which establishes your movement cred like nothing else), but I had no idea he was willing to out himself on the internet. Mr. Sajak is a quasi-blogger. I suppose he can afford to be known since he's the man at Wheel of Fortune and will likely never take another show since Wheel has been tops in syndication for about 21 years.

Here's a taste of Pat's blogging:

Ask Mr. Politics II

Mr. Politics is back to answer your questions. And, as usual, he’s feeling a bit testy.

Now that a brutal dictatorship has been overthrown in Iraq, and free elections have been held there and in Afghanistan, and Libya has renounced its nuclear program, and Israel and the Palestinians have declared a cease-fire, and leaders of Saudi Arabia and others have been put on notice about democratizing their nations, what more has to happen in order for President Bush to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize?

J.V. Philadelphia, PA

THE COMMAND OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY WOULD HAVE TO BE HANDED OVER TO THE UNITED NATIONS, KOFI ANNAN’S LIKENESS WOULD HAVE TO BE ENGRAVED ON MT. RUSHMORE, THE U.S. WOULD HAVE TO APOLOGIZE TO FRANCE AND GERMANY FOR MAKING A MESS OF THE MIDDLE EAST, AND, EVEN THEN, THE PRIZE WOULD MORE LIKELY BE AWARDED POSTHUMOUSLY TO YASSER ARAFAT.

(HT to Southern Appeal)

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