But They Leave a Bad Taste in Your Mouth

February 29, 2012

Mark Steyn, as usual, is must-read material:

Commissar Sebelius isn’t the only one interested in “striking the appropriate balance” between individual liberty and state compulsion. Everyone talks like that these days. For Canada’s Chief Censor, Jennifer Lynch, freedom of expression is just one menu item in the great all-you-can-eat salad bar of rights, so don’t be surprised if we’re occasionally out of stock. Instead, why not try one of our tasty nutritious rights du jour?

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One Response to “But They Leave a Bad Taste in Your Mouth”

  1. Snoodickle Says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t it Antonin Scalia who infamously proclaimed that neutral laws that impinge upon the free exercise of religion are subject to rational basis review? Why isn’t Steyn decrying Commisar Scalia as the tyrannical leader of the constitutional rights-trampllng army of five who used their 55 percent ownership of the United States Constitution to annihilate our right to practice religion freely? To be fair, I wouldn’t expect citizen Steyn to actually know what’s he talking about when discussing “core, unalienable” constitutional rights. I guess this is what happens when you discriminate against Native Americans.


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