Here's some choice excerpts:
The most egregious example of government waste is...
CONS: the Department of the Interior's $600,000 outhouse.
LIBL: the Department of Defense's $600 toilet seat.
LBRT: the $100,000,000 in emergency funds to buy air conditioners for poor people during the blistering heat wave of 1998. Although, I'm sure there are people who honestly believe that if all those air conditioners saved just one life, then it was indeed a small price to pay.
COMM: the Department of Commerce's entire budget.
The Center for Public-Health Dietary Self Control releases a study that says eating just one jelly donut is as harmful to human health as smoking 10,000,000 cartons of cigarettes. Do you...
CONS: keep eating jelly donuts.
LIBL: demand that jelly donuts be removed from vending machines, and public school cafeterias.
LBRT: hoard jelly donuts before they are regulated off grocer's shelves.
COMM: hoard jelly donuts so you can sell them on the black market.
The proper response for jelly donut manufactures regarding the public's concerns over jelly donut's deleterious health effects is to...
CONS: hold a televised press conference, wherein the manufacturers eat jelly donuts, and feed them to their children.
LIBL: institute a nationwide jelly donut recall.
LBRT: let any consumers worried about eating jelly donuts simply stop eating them.
COMM: give total control of jelly donut manufacturing to the government.
Well, according to these questions, I'm part anti-government libertine and part archconservative. There's no way I'll give up donuts.
BTW, Don hasn't finished his web site yet, but once it's up, I'll add him to my sidebar. Also, blogging this week will be light because I have 2 presentations to do and I got a wicked case of food poisoning or something last night. Bleck!