Hewitt Award Nominee

"[D]uring the worldwide Great Depression, the German Reichstag passed a law "for the relief of the German people." That law gave Hitler dictatorial powers that were used for things going far beyond the relief of the German people -- indeed, powers that ultimately brought a rain of destruction down on the German people and on others. If the agreement with BP was an isolated event, perhaps we might hope that it would not be a precedent. But there is nothing isolated about it," - Thomas Sowell, who has obviously lost what was left of his mind.

Palin endorses the Nazi analogy here. She has now compared the president to Hitler. You think anyone at Fox will call her on it? C'mon, Bill-O.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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