Writers on the Left also have a pechant for trying to make their philosophical arguments both complex and remote at the same time, as if writing something that tortures both the English language and the reader's ability to diagram the logic makes the argument an intelligent one all by itself. (John Lee, in a comment at Brothers Judd).Admittedly, it's not only writers on the Left that have this problem, but rather most writers who cannot support a point by straightforward and simple logic.
Monday, September 19, 2005
Quote of the Day
Well, I don't really do a lot of "quotes of the day", but here's a quote I ran into a while back that I liked: