I Think He's Been Out in the Sun Too Long
Tom, I must say I've enjoyed reading your blog thus far. The comments below should be taken as harrassment rather than outright criticism. I assume you already know where I stand on just about every public policy issue known to God. If I come across anything I strongly disagree with, I can guarantee you'll be hearing from me.
"I also agree that there exists a readily identifiable kind of free marketeer who is every bit as devoted and rigid as the most nutty religious fundamentalist."
Is this some sort of insult??? I happen to proudly fall into both categories.
"I even take the view that some redistribution of wealth is proper, albeit that I would like to see vastly less of it, and only to maintain a (pretty low-hung) safety net."
Well hello there, comrade!
"I’m not even sure that I completely and necessarily disapprove of legislation to limit working hours, so long as that legislation emanates from the UK Parliament, and not the loathsome and unaccountable EU."
Quote from Neal Boortz: "The revered 40-hour workweek is for losers. Forty hours should be considered the minimum, not the maximum. You don't see highly successful people clocking out of the office every afternoon at five. The losers are the ones caught up in that afternoon rush hour. The winners drive home in the dark."
(read his hysterical commencement address)
Thanks Steve, I'll mull this over and post a reply.