"He that struggles with us strengthens our nerves, and sharpens our skill." -Edmund Burke
(Allow me a brief editing note: There's something screwy going on that occasionally replaces the D'Souza video above with another that I've embedded previously. Some Blogger hiccup, or perhaps something more sinister? I don't know.)
Update: Burke was actually referring to strugglers against, as much as or rather than alongside. And, I learned just after posting this that D'Souza had been doing just that...against none other than dyed-in-the-wool Communist Bill Ayers last night at Dartmouth. 2 hours worth of debate, that Ayers chose to claim wasn't really a debate (actually kicks off his part of the program by claiming the best thing about America is Chicago, ha! Good one, Bill). Word is that D'Souza pretty much owned the debate.
Brought to Dartmouth University by the Young America's Foundation.
I've been trying to watch this for much of the morning, but the video seems to have unrelenting buffering problems. Very aggravating. Going to post the link, in spite of not having seen entire thing. Katie Pavlich vouches for it, though, so that's good enough for me.
Sic 'im boy, sic balls. http://new.livestream.com/abbson/dsouza-ayers-dartmouth/videos/41007905