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Tuesday, October 18, 2005


A rightside literary critique of the Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments ain't, ah, aren't perfect. A new literary critique of them tries to whip them into shape for hanging on library walls. Here is the take on one commandment:

The next one is "Thou shalt not kill." I'm sorry, but that just sounds like bleeding-heart bullcrud. We have a death penalty in this country, and it works. And how will you fight a war if you don't kill some people? I suppose the writer of these laws is one of these dreamers who thinks the world would be better if people picked posies and held hands all day. Enjoy your flower music, Sunshine, and call me back when you grow up and start paying your own bills.

Read it all in The Onion.

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