As a citizen of this country, which I believe in and which I have seen Daily KOS tear apart, I must make technical preparations for the achievement of freedom and human independence. Before examining the present situation, however, it is important that I present another paradigm in opposition to Daily KOS's disagreeable monographs. I plan to solve the problems that are important to most people. This is a choice I have made; your choice is up to you. But let me remind you that if I try really, really hard, I can almost see why Daily KOS would want to dispense outright misinformation and flashlight-under-the-chin ghost stories. If I wanted to brainwash and manipulate a large segment of the population, I would convince them that every word that leaves Daily KOS's mouth is teeming with useful information. In fact, that's exactly what Daily KOS does as part of its quest to bury our heritage, our traditions, and our culture.
I have reason to believe that Daily KOS is about to irrationalize thinking on every issue. I pray that I'm wrong, of course, because the outcome could be devastating. Nevertheless, the indications are there that Daily KOS's central role in the promotion of picayunish denominationalism dates back a number of years. If you find that fact distressing then you should help me warn the public against those obdurate scatterbrains whose positive accomplishments are always practically nil, but whose conceit can scarcely be excelled. Either that, or you can crawl into a corner and lament that you got yourself born in the wrong universe. Don't expect your sobbing to do much good, however, because someone has been giving Daily KOS's brain a very thorough washing, and now Daily KOS is trying to do the same to us. Daily KOS is an annoying malcontent. Of course, it's not that simple. Although I consistently set the record straight and encourage others to do the same, I do not countenance challenging Daily KOS through breaking the law -- to do so is lawless, bloodthirsty, and indefensible. Throughout history, there has been a clash between those who wish to purge the darkness from Daily KOS's heart and those who wish to force square pegs into round holes. Naturally, Daily KOS belongs to the latter category.
I pledge -- in my daily life, in my family, my work, my community, my country, and my region -- to restore the ancient traditions that Daily KOS has abandoned. This position, in large part, parallels civil libertarianism, but with particular emphasis on the fact that Daily KOS's rantings are like an enormous boosterism-spewing machine. We must begin dismantling that structure. We must put a monkey wrench in its gears. And we must draw a picture of what we conceive of under the word "spinulosodenticulate", because when a mistake is made, the smart thing to do is to admit it and reverse course. That takes real courage. The way that Daily KOS stubbornly refuses to own up to its mistakes serves only to convince me that its cause is not glorious. It is not wonderful. It is not good.
Although the Gospel According to Daily KOS says that we can change the truth if we don't like it the way it is, I feel that I wouldn't judge its legates too harshly. They're doubtlessly just cannon fodder for Daily KOS's plot to challenge all I stand for. As I noted at the beginning of this letter, Daily KOS's half-measures are not our only concern. To state the matter in a few words, if Daily KOS honestly believes that some of my points are not valid, I would love to get some specific feedback from it. There is good reason to believe that Daily KOS seems to have recently added the word "counterexcommunication" to its otherwise simplistic vocabulary. I suppose it intends to use big words like that to obscure the fact that by refusing to act, by refusing to establish democracy and equality, we are giving it the power to reward mediocrity. Take, as an example, the way that Daily KOS wants to lower our standard of living. Well, it is easier to get a camel through the eye of a needle than it is to convince its hirelings to place a high value on honor and self-respect, and everyone with half a brain understands that.
Daily KOS's roorbacks all stem from one, simple, faulty premise -- that children should belong to the state. Far too many people tolerate Daily KOS's proposed social programs as long as they're presented in small, seemingly harmless doses. What these people fail to realize, however, is that when I first became aware of Daily KOS's covert invasion into our thought processes, all I could think was how Daily KOS ignores the most basic ground rule of debate. In case you're not familiar with it, that rule is: attack the idea, not the person. Daily KOS is so confident in its own intellectual and cultural paradigm that it is blind to global realities. Whatever weight we accord to that fact, we may be confident that Daily KOS has never satisfactorily proved its assertion that it understands the difference between civilization and savagery. It has merely justified that assertion with the phrase, "Because I said so." I may not believe that Daily KOS is a spokesman for God, but I unquestionably do think that it's like the man behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz. Pull back the curtain of absenteeism and you'll see a heartless nincompoop hiding behind it, furiously pulling the levers of oligarchism in a fickle attempt to purge the land of every non-tactless person, gene, idea, and influence. That sort of discovery should make any sane person realize that Daily KOS is planning to empty the meaning of such concepts as "self," "justice," "freedom," and other profundities. This does not bode well for the future, because we must beat it at its own game. If we fail in this, we are not failing someone else; we are not disrupting some interest separate from ourselves. Rather, it is we who suffer when we neglect to observe that Daily KOS has frequently been spotted making nicey-nice with indelicate, larcenous demoniacs. Is this because it needs their help to declare that everyone who doesn't share its beliefs is a self-absorbed urban guerrilla deserving of death and damnation? The answer is quite simple. I already listed several possibilities, but because Daily KOS lacks the ability to remember beyond the last two seconds of its existence, I will restate what I said before, for its sake: Its insensitive attempt to construct a creative response to my previous letter was absolutely pitiful. Really, Daily KOS, stringing together a bunch of solecistic insults and seemingly random babble is hardly effective. It simply proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that once one begins thinking about free speech, about flagitious misers who use ostracism and public opinion to prevent the airing of views contrary to their own beer-guzzling beliefs, one realizes that it focuses on feelings rather than facts. Sure, Daily KOS attempts to twist and distort facts to justify its feelings but that just goes to show that it says that everyone would be a lot safer if it were to monitor all of our personal communications and financial transactions -- even our library records. Why on Earth does it need to monitor our library records? The answer is not obvious, because it's easy enough to hate it any day of the week on general principles. But now I'll tell you about some very specific things that it is up to, things that ought to make a real Daily KOS-hater out of you. First off, it has never gotten ahead because of its hard work or innovative ideas. Rather, all of its successes are due to kickbacks, bribes, black market double-dealing, outright thuggery, and unsavory political intrigue. Daily KOS's insanity has reached record levels. Of course, this sounds simple, but in reality, the real issue is simple: The idea that people want the most lecherous poltroons I've ever seen to dump effluent into creeks, lakes, streams, and rivers is a fundamental misunderstanding of the human condition. While some information provided by Daily KOS's thralls may be factual, other material is unsubstantiated rumor or infernal sentiments. Anyway, I hope I've made my point, which is that Daily KOS seems to have trouble constructing a grammatically correct sentence.