Roundup

Roxanne asks on FaceBook:

If nearly 75% of tea party activists attended college, compared to 54% of Americans, how is it that we are the uneducated rubes that the liberal media keeps telling us that we are?

Why don’t pro-choicers support school choice?

Check out Stand to Reason’s new teen site — great stuff.

Quote of the year, so far:

If I could create one job in the private sector by helping to grow a business, that’s one more than Congress has created in the last six months. Sen. Evan Bayh (D)

Caught on Video: Obama Brazenly Lying About Relationship With ACORN — surprised?

Unholy Trinity Guns for Toyota — good analysis on the overreaction of the government to Toyota as compared to similar safety issues with GM.

Pro-Lifer Faces Knife, Saves Life of Unborn Child — did you catch that on the mainstream media?  Not likely.

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  1. The Toyato witchhunt is totally overblown. Everyone knows that the Japanese makes better cars. I’ll prefer a Honda but refused to get any American car. My boyfriend drives a Mercury Milan 2006 and loves driving my Acura TL 2006. It is just better made.

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      1. That is alot of cars. The Acura belongs to my sister who is overseas and she is letting me hold it until I can afford my own. Can you spare a Honda? lol.

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    1. Mercedes, I think that thinking is the point though. For years people have said the Japanese make better cars, but apparently they have problems too. Anecdotal evidence aside.

      And comparing an Acura to a Mercury isn’t fair. Have him go buy a Lincoln MKZ and the comparison will be a little better.

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      1. Yeah, LoneWolf, it maybe an unfair assessment since Acura is the luxury line of Honda as Lincoln is the luxury line of Mercury.

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    1. Yes, that’s a great quote, but my “quote of the year” is this:

      “It will keep snowing in DC until Al Gore cries ‘Uncle!'” ~ Senator Jim DeMint

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