Election Day Special Mini Linkfest

06 Nov

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Steve Sailer: I, President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho, approved this message.

Mark Steyn: It Was the Best of Notch, It Was the Worst of Notch

Strange Herring: Temperance Lancecouncil, Anti-Hypocrisy Candidate, Pulls Ahead; I Think I Voted Wrong; Evangelicals, Catholics, White People Favor Romney by 197 Percent; What We Can Expect if Obama Is Reelected

Scott Galupo: No Mandate? Fine By Me; George Will and ‘The Disease of Politics’ — 36 Years Later

Patrick J. Buchanan: Whoever Wins, We’re in for an Age of Austerity

Bill Kauffman: Who Needs a President?

W. James Antle III: The Five Most Tedious Talking Points of 2012

Daniel Larison: If Romney Loses; Romney Has Been Dreadful, But Was He Inevitable As Nominee? Yes; Conservatives Are Being Taken For a Ride By Romney, and They Don’t Care

Alan Jacobs: Machine Politics: My Only Election-Day Thought

The American Conservative: Conservative Vote: Round 2

Peter Hitchens: A Louse versus a Flea. Who really cares about the US Presidential Election?

Zippy Catholic: The non-voter as traitor; The Bus Stops Here

Archdiocese of Washington: Faith First! A Meditation at the End of a Political Season.

Alan Roebuck: Voting for the Lesser of Two Evils is at Least Voting for Less Evil

Bruce Charlton: Voting is an instrument of the devil; What does it mean to say I am ‘against voting’ as a system?

Mark Shea: I am SOOOOO happy this stupid election is over!

Richard Spencer: Our SWiPL President

Andy Nowicki: Election Rhetoric: The Full-On Wank

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Posted by on November 6, 2012 in America, government, Linklove


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