My ex-compatriot Democrats advise me that I am "unrealistic" to expect a million citizens to go to the Mall in DC and to stay (weeks? months?) and to suffer the discomforts of encampment and possible risks of police or military thuggery -- to end the slaughter in Iraq. And all the while I wonder what could be holding them back. (Please spare me the list!)
Rafe Pilgrim, after "a life largely wasted on hard honest work," found himself a jungle of turkey oak, scrub pine and giant palmettos up a dirt road running east of Crystal River, Florida, which neither school busses nor the U.S. Postal Service dare (more...
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