Daniel Hannan Spoke Again And We Missed It

For your enjoyment because I know my readers love the creator of the Dr. Suess poem asking Gordon Brown to step down.

This brit has got his groove on while speaking about Thomas Jefferson, our Constitution, the EU Constitution, British health care and other topics.  Anyone want to lay a bet that he “was” a founding father?

I follow Daniel Hannan because he is the canary in the coal mine when it comes to the European Union, and what may happen here with a North American Union.  It is unfortunate that this brit knows more about our Constitution and how our country was founded and the principles that it was founded on than most of our elected officials.

When an American government sets out to nationalize your banks, it makes your country less American.  When an American government bails out your auto industry, it makes your country less American.  When an American government decrees these massive increases in public spending and stimulus packages, it makes your country less American…

Considering the frenetic and frantic pace the WH and the Congress has set for us, why don’t you take the time to just sit and listen to Mr. Hannan and realize that you are not crazy for trying to save your republic.

Let me close with a heartfelt plee, from a British legislator who loves his country, to American legislators that still believe in theirs; honor the vision of your third president, respect the most sublime Constitution drafted by human intelligence, never be afraid to speak to and for the soul of this nation, of which by good fortune and God’s grace, you are privileged to be part.

Daniel Hannan speaking at American Legislative Exchange Council’s 2009 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA on Friday, July 17, 2009.

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6 thoughts on “Daniel Hannan Spoke Again And We Missed It

  1. To the contrary – thanks to you, YouTube, and the New Media we got to see it all! You know damn well the Maggot Media would never sully their venues with his commentary.

    And a little something from Minister Hannan’s blog:

    A joke to lighten the occasion:

    At last Gordon Brown decided to throw the towel in and resign. His cabinet colleagues decided it would be a worthy gesture to name a railway locomotive after him. So a senior ‘Sir Humphrey’ went from Whitehall to the National Railway Museum at York, to investigate the possibilities.

    “They have a number of locomotives at the NRM without names,” a specially-sought consultant told the top civil servant. “Mostly freight locomotives though.”

    “Oh dear, that’s not very fitting for a prime minister,” said Sir Humphrey. “How about that big green one, over there ?” he said, pointing to 4472 Flying Scotsman.

    “That’s already got a name” said the consultant. “It’s called ‘Flying Scotsman’.”

    “Oh. Couldn’t it be renamed ?” asked Sir Humphrey. “This is a national museum after all, funded by the taxpayer.”

    “I suppose it might be considered,” said the consultant. “After all the LNER renamed a number of their locomotives after directors of the company, and even renamed one of them Dwight D Eisenhower.”

    “That’s excellent”, said Sir Humphrey, “So that’s settled then…let’s look at renaming 4472. But how much will it cost ? We can’t spend too much, given the expenses scandal !”

    “Well”, said the consultant, “Why don’t we just paint out the ‘F’

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