Well, given no choice for actual freedom, I’ll take a judicial conservative any day over a commie activist. I’ll curse them for their damnable meddling in the private consensual affairs of adults; I’ll poke fun of their primitive and childish beliefs in fairy tales; and I’ll pray for their early and painful deaths when they conflate their religious moral values and American culture (all conservatives deserve 50 lashes in the public square for that one). But, I’ll take them over the utterly contemptible evil represented by the communist / democrat party any day.
Look, as regards politicians, I really hate them all: top-to-bottom and wall-to-wall, as I like to say. But, many conservatives truly hold values of which even they don’t grasp the fundamental magnitude. They are so woefully misguided, mixing their silly religious beliefs with objective ethical considerations — too ignorant to understand that the strength of their values comes not from unverifiable, superstitious assertions, but from the observable, factual, objective nature of man and his inviolable requirements for living a human life.
But I can’t have everything, so I take what I can get, sometimes.
Michelle Malkin is probably the best source for running commentary from around the net and assemblage of "important" views on all matters "Supreme."
Update: Frequent commenter Kyle Bennett has a very optimistic take on all of this. I’m not so optimistic, but it was pleasant engaging the fantasy for a while.