October 31, 2007, - 2:24 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
My dad had this hanging on the wall of his personal office, and I think it’s so very appropriate for today . . . or any other day. It is from a subscription form for either The American Spectator or The Weekly Standard, to both of which my Dad subscribed for many years. He added the smiley face sticker.
Like “Ministry” sang in the ’80s, “Every Day is Halloween,” at least for some people . . . like our future Presidentatrix. . . .
They lyrics are great, if only they applied to our fight with the extremist Muslims within:
Well, I live with snakes and lizards;
And other things that go bump in the night;
‘Cuz to me everyday is Halloween;
I have given up hiding and started to fight;
I have started to fight.
Tags: Debbie Schlussel My, Halloween, The American Spectator, The Weekly Standard