Christopher pleased me at times. He intrigued me at times. He frustrated me at times. He angered me at times. In the end he left me without his voice, for all time.
I am not amused!
Good-bye Mr. Hitchens.
posted on 12/15/2011 10:51:04 PM PST
(Why back in '88, Conservatives backed Gore in Texas. What Reagan revolution? What laegacy?)
I hope he left us some new things to read. My suspicion is that he set a few time bombs to detonate after his passing!
posted on 12/15/2011 10:55:35 PM PST
(Living well is no longer the best revenge. Revenge is now the best revenge.)
posted on 12/15/2011 11:10:35 PM PST
by Liberty Valance
(Keep a simple manner for a happy life :o)
*BUMP* once again FRiend!
Hitchens would no doubt approve of your #116.
posted on 12/15/2011 11:59:50 PM PST
(Jimmy Carter is the Skidmark in the panties of American history, 0bama is the yellow stain in front.)
posted on 12/16/2011 12:04:24 AM PST
(~Just livin' life, my way~.. Newt/Palin-West-2012."got a lot swirling around in my head.")
“In the end he left me without his voice, for all time.”
He had quite a “voice”, didn’t he?
I don’t understand why those who disagreed with him have to be so disagreeable about his passing.
His voice was one to which we needed to listen, as frustrating as it could be at times.
RIP Mr. Hitchens. You will be missed.
posted on 12/16/2011 12:33:57 AM PST
(Proud barbarian TEA Party SOB and an evil Capitalist.)
Anyone hearkening back to the clinton days saw Christopher Hitchens do the right thing even though it hurt him personally and deeply. He ws NOT an evil man.
And I too agree with your post.
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