• So much to discuss
    July 03,2013
     

    So much to discuss

    It became apparent to me, but only after indulging in same, that aging brings upon discourse a mutually boring tendency describing personal ailments.

    And this when we have before us such interesting aspects as Bernie Sanders’ latest comic turn, schlepping around the state the Danish ambassador to promote one of Bernie’s continuing fantasies: that the United States, a large and diverse country of 360 million multi-ethnic, multicultural, multilingual people should emulate Denmark, a small, monochromatic, socialistic state of 5 million. Denmark protects its monocultural heritage with strict immigration laws and closed borders.

    Poor Bernie. It appears that freedom of enterprise — capitalism — is his personal ailment.

    As boring as Bernie is, there is a certain jocundity derived from his redundant declarations.

    William Kevan

    Randolph

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