July 6, 2004


A somewhat belated 4th of July reminder of the difference between America and the USSR, and of the strength that caused us to win.

In the USSR, you had to wait in line for hours to buy rolls of toilet paper, and God help you if you dared raise a voice about the shortages.

In America, you can buy unlimited quantities of it imprinted with the President’s face. Dissent that, if we really lived in a totalitarian state (as those at the Kerry booth I visited last night claim) would be brutally suppressed.


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