In response to Michael Rozeff’s article on the Obama school address, we had a few angry emailers.  Not many.  But, Drew’s response here was pretty typical (spelling errors and typos have been preserved):

You guys are republican bungholes with no brains.Typical neocon response.Did’nt hear you sqealing when hHabeas Corpus was abolished by Bush.did’nt hear you squealing when 1st amendment rights were squashed by NAS and bush admin. Don’t send me any of your crap again.Gov read the constitution,knuckleheads.

Typical neocon response?  I guess Drew missed out on Newt Gingrich:

“I believe this is going to be posted. People are going to see it in advance. It is going be a totally positive speech. If that is what it is, it is good to have the president of the United States saying to young people across America stay in school and do your homework. It’s good for America.”

Or, maybe he missed Laura Bush too:

“it is really important for everyone to respect the President of the United States.”

Neocons, like their counterparts in the Democratic Party – let’s call them Neoprogs – have no interest in the Constitution.  Their sole interest is in maintaining their power, and thus, the status quo.  People like Drew are little more than partisan hacks.

Michael Boldin

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