Friday, January 19, 2007
I caught a review today of a new book by Dinesh D'Souza called "The Enemy At Home." In it, he blames the cultural left for September 11th, saying that liberals and their depraved viewpoints and forms of entertainment enraged Osama Bin Laden and gave him no choice but to attack. Obviously I think D'Souza is thoroughly mistaken. The real cause of September 11th was lazy associates, public interest attorneys, and law students from second-tier schools. I haven't yet figured out the details of my argument, but give me the weekend and I'll come up with something. Obviously they're the cause of every other problem in society, so why should 9/11 be any different? They're the cause of global warming (hardworking associates don't have any time to pollute), rampant disease (hardworking associates don't interact with anyone, so they can't spread illnesses), poverty (hardworking associates have all the money they need, building up lots of interest since they have no time to spend it), divorce (hardworking associates don't have time to date and get married in the first place), overpopulation (hardworking associates die young), the social security crisis (hardworking associates die young), the Medicare shortfall (hardworking associates have private insurance, and die young), food shortages (hardworking associates don't have time to eat, and die young), and more. So why shouldn't they be the cause of terrorism as well. I'll figure out the link. It'll just take a few days.