It’s My Universal Appeal

by Joey deVilla on July 3, 2008

Gummi lighthouses
Gummi Lighthouses: a uniter, not a divider.

The “Gummi Lighthouses” post is still getting a lot of pageviews for this blog, and from all sorts of places I’d never expect to link to me. This current influx of readers is coming from, of all places, talk radio host Neal “Mouth of the South” Boortz’ site.

I am only familiar with Mr. Boortz in passing. Here’s a quick summary of Boortz from Wikipedia:

A registered member of the Libertarian Party, Boortz touches on many controversial topics. He supports eliminating the war on drugs, lowering taxes, and shrinking the size of government, while disagreeing with the Libertarian Party platform by supporting incremental tax reform, the war in Iraq, and opposing unrestricted immigration, although he opposes illegal immigration. Like most libertarians, Boortz has sided with liberals on some social issues, with limitations, such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and civil liberties, while siding with fiscal conservatives on advocating less government spending and decreasing corporate regulation. On The Neal Boortz Show, he has criticized politicians, Muslim extremism, the homeless, government schools, liberals, smokers, the obese, welfare recipients, and people who drive at or below the speed limit. On air, Boortz refers to himself an “equal opportunity offender”.

Well, I’m glad that the Accordion Guy blog has something for everyone, no matter where you might be on the political spectrum. Welcome, Boortz fans!

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