Link of the Day: Awesomest Idea Ever – The Bill of Rights Monument

Posted on December 10, 2012 6:00 pm

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Seriously, you’ve GOT to check out Hunter’s post. It’s even got artist renderings:

Into the Light

Also, I’m thinking this video might give you some more ideas on how to celebrate Liberal Appreciation Month.

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4 Responses to “Link of the Day: Awesomest Idea Ever – The Bill of Rights Monument”

  1. Mxymaster says:

    But here’s the thing: Americans still consider themselves a rugged and free people even as they vote to give freedom up for free stuff. Doublethink has never been so rampant. Colleges proclaim the necessity of academic freedom as they write speech codes, and only us kooky righties think there’s anything odd about that.

    I do not know if there’s any way to get through this invincible ignorance, and I don’t think a monument the size of the Statue of Liberty would do it.

  2. Hunter says:

    I agree that a monument the size of the Statue of Liberty (height: 151 feet 1 inch, or from ground to torch: 305 feet 1 inch) would do the job. But please remember the two variants I propose are “landscape format” (height: 1,668.6 feet), or “portrait format” (height: 4,368.7 feet). In other words, my preferred size (portrait format) would be over 14 times the height of the Statue of Liberty.

    “You may say I’m a dreamer…
    but I’m not the only one…
    I hope one day you will join us…
    and nobody will ever again be even the slightest bit tempted to be a commie.
    Ever.”
    (guitar solo)
    (coda:pyrotechnics)

  3. 4of7 says:

    I used to feed freeze-dried tubifex worms to my pet newt.
    No wonder he died.

  4. Mxymaster says:

    Hunter, if only more Americans thought like you…hell, if Lennon had written that song like you, it might be listenable.

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