One of the saddest parts of writing this blog is that almost nobody comments on it. When I started it, I was hoping for way more discourse. I read several blogs, my favorite being that of Walter Russell Mead at the American Interest. Mead is a registered democrat and Obama voter. But, he’s honest and critical, unlike the rest of the left wing media. I love his perspective, though I don’t always agree with it. He recently had to eliminate the comment section on his blog because he got so many comments (hundreds per entry) that there was no way to keep up with them. I should be so lucky. For a while, my cousin, Dan, commented, but, alas, he seems too busy teaching the finer points of the french horn to university pupils to trouble himself with my blog.
As you can see, I’m a little depressed, if not bitter, about the lack of commentary on my blog. Or, at least I was until this morning. As both of my faithful readers know, I have written fairly extensively about healthcare and the Obamacare horror show recently. The most recent post was about the complete lack of affordability of the “Affordable Care Act.” Though I posted The Not Affordable Care Act a few weeks ago, I awoke this morning to one of the most insightful comments in my blog’s history. Since I don’t trust either of my readers to actually click on the link to that entry, I decided to reprint the comment, in its entirety, unedited, again. Here it is:
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Thanks HGH, whoever you are. Indeed, I try to be surprising. If I might return the compliment, so are you!