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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Reminds me of the second time

From the ACT Party website:

ACT stands for individual freedom and choice, personal responsibility and the protection of the life, liberty and property of each and every citizen.

No. No, it doesn't. IFACPRATPOTLLAPOEAEC stands for that. What ACT stands for, nobody knows. And nobody cares, because they never have been and never will be a real political force in this country.

Especially if they can't spot, on their own website, stuff that just sounds kinda stupid.

1 comment:

Donald said...

It's the Association of Consumers and Taxpayers, right? Or the guts to do what's right -- which strangely seems to have morphed from rogernomics to being beastly to people who fall afoul of the law...

I ran into a really interesting set of blog posts on the history of ACT the other day: http://liberation.typepad.com/liberation/act_party/

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