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However, we can not help but note this article in the Guardian. Subtitled: "From Kansas to South Carolina - Republican moderates are turning their backs on the neocons and defecting to the enemy", the article notes the defecation (pun intended) of moderate Republicans to the Democratic party and the beginning of a movement away from the extreme right toward the moderate center. Although we are somewhat dismayed by the potential drop in entertaining sound bytes and always enjoyable right-wing propaganda, we are also heartened in the awakening of general population. Granted this awakening is probably 4 years too late but nonetheless things may be changing. This is not to say that we expect Utopia is now right around the corner, in fact things will undoubtably get much worse before they get any better, but that some have finally begun to take notice is a first step.
We also affectionately note the reference made to one of our favorite authors - Thomas Frank, whose woefully out of date website beguiles the fact that he has perpetually been 3-4 years ahead of his time politically and culturally. In addition, we heartily entreat our faithful readers to have a gander at the shirt they mention as well - a shirt that we here at the Foundation would have been proud to call our own. Not that we endorse the Democrats by any stretch of the imagination, but just appreciate the fact that we now have yet another visual image to prolong the enjoyment of sex. The idea of Bush the Elder pulling out midstroke and uttering, "No gonna do it, wouldn't be prudent..." and Barbara Bush biting off his head like the starved preying mantis she undoubtably is, will undoubtably be a fixture of many a session for months to come. On a side note - We are also glad to see that Scottie Pippen has found gainful employment at long last. We can only hope this helps to keep his inexplicably burdgeoning family fed.