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Conservative = Not Crazy

According to Adam Carolla:

“I always thought of myself as just a liberal guy,” Carolla said. But after working with and observing Dr. Drew Pinsky, Carolla says he started spreading what he thought was a simple, apolitical message.

“I just started saying, ‘focus on your family, take care of your kids,’” Carolla explained. “And then all of a sudden, I become Ted Nugent like overnight.”

“It’s a weird thing that this has become a conservative, right-wing issue,” he continued. “Take care of your G-d damn kids? Feed your kids? Educate your kids? These are radical right-wing ideas?”

Carolla also says he knows how to fix what ails America.

“I believe that we could fix this country and all that ails it in one second if everyone just literally internalized,” he said. “Don’t expect anybody, especially the government, to do anything for you.”

The guano-craziness coming from the Progressive Left also supports his case.

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3 Comments

  1. I love Daily Caller’s opening sentence:

    Adam Carolla says the political left is forcing him to define himself as a conservative.

    I can relate! I’m really a classical liberal. But to left-liberals, that makes me The Enemy and a fellow traveler of reich-wing conservatives. So be it. It’s the lefties’ problem, not mine.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — May 28, 2014 @ 10:10 am - May 28, 2014

  2. To leftists big govt is the parent that wont say no.

    Comment by Steve — May 28, 2014 @ 4:55 pm - May 28, 2014

  3. I’ve been saying it for years. Ask not what the government can do for you, ask what you can do for your family. Ask what your family can do for your neighborhood. Asky what your neighborhood can do for the community.

    It is insanity to believe that everyone else is there to take care of you. Stop thinking of yourself, and think about your family, and your family will take care of you. Think about how your family can take care of the neighborhood, and the neighborhood will take care of you. And so on up the line.

    There should be NO direct connection between the nation and the individual, nor the state and the individual, nor the locality and the individual. It all goes through the family.

    Comment by Craig Smith — May 28, 2014 @ 8:05 pm - May 28, 2014

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