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Getting PAID

Posted by Bob on July 25th, 2007 under Comment Responses

Back to Basic Lesson One:

“Why do people SAY things?”

Someone asked me a while back whether Joe Sobran’s column complaining about people who quote Jesus instead of The Church was in response to me. My reply is simple, but it is not EASY to get across.

It is hard to talk to real people, in whose lives commentary on politics is a diversion or a hobby, that the world of PROFESSIONAL commentary is absolutely different. A column and a comment and an article and speech must be written every day. This is a life’s WORK, not a la-de-dah hobby.

Joe and all the rest of them have to produce THOUSANDS of these. When I was at his place the steady phone calls took priority over anyone’s visit. They were information GIVEN to him that constituted the stuff his LIVING was made of.

NOW let’s look at ME. I am a pro, I made my living for decades producing this stuff, and now here it is free. So when I say Ann Coulter’s book on liberalism as a church came from me, I am not bragging. My bosses PAID me to come up with that sort of thing. Can You imagine professional writers who know about me MISS this stuff?

They might get it second-hand, at a party or on one of Joe’s calls, but they LIVE ON this stuff. So most people say I’m bragging when I point out that one of a thousand books or columns by a big name came from me.

If you know the business, it would be astonishing if they DIDN’T.

  1. #1 by shari on 07/25/2007 - 4:17 pm

    Off topic, but does anyone know how Elizabeth is doing? Is her prognosis good?

  2. #2 by Pain on 07/26/2007 - 2:35 pm

    Are you saying that when Sobran promotes his church organization over Jesus, he is printing an article a priest sent in?

  3. #3 by Back Bay Grouch on 07/26/2007 - 2:36 pm

    Are you sure Paul Weyrich has passed. I know he has had severe health problems necessitating leg amputation some time back. NewsMax just posted a timely article by him dated 7/25/07. Wikipedia has him among the living. Kindly check, if necessary correct, and delete this post.

  4. #4 by Bob on 07/26/2007 - 3:55 pm

    Shari, what Elizabeth wants to say is up to her, of course.


    National Review published Paul’s obituary. I hope they overstated the case.

  5. #5 by shari on 07/26/2007 - 5:00 pm

    “What Elizabeth wished to say is up to her” Yes, it is. Just been thinking about her and wish her well.

  6. #6 by marwinsing on 07/27/2007 - 10:18 am

    Somehow I just don’t see Jesus taking up arms to fight for the tribe. Do we mark him a race-traitor? Do we mark the Pope a race-traitor? In that case, do we not mark every single living ‘bona-fide’, elected white leader in the West a race-traitor? And what of their white electorates? Heck there’s work to be done!

  7. #7 by shari on 07/27/2007 - 10:43 am

    I think that it will become apparent that Jesus is FOR us and not some inpartial buddha. As for the pope, I just see him as very weak and ineffective, not a leader at all, just a figure head, like Elizabeth II. Asleep in the arms of the wicked one is another description.

  8. #8 by Pain on 07/27/2007 - 2:57 pm

    I agree with Shari.

    It is easy to talk big, but to do something for someone else comes down to: what can you take? Death? Humiliation? Torture? Right now, we are afraid of being called a “racist” but we face nothing like what Jesus and his followers faced like true men.

    They underwent torture, humiliation and death. Jesus had said he came that there would be a better life after this one. This gave courage to his followers to behave as they must amid the worst.

    When Jesus came, the Roman Empire was on the verge of collapse. It was overextended and the homeland in southern Italy, including Rome itself, was overrun with Arabs. All kinds of villainy was committed on the white peoples of the Empire by reason that the Emperor was a god and so the government could do whatever it wanted.

    The courage of Jesus’ followers reversed the trend. The Roman Empire, once about to collapse, lasted more than a thousand more years. This allowed a new culture — the Christian West — to arise.

    Christendom then swept the world and whites spread out from Northern Europe to the Americas, South Africa, Down Under — and ruled the whole world.

    And it all began because Jesus’ promise of a better life to come gave courage to risk ourselves in this, short life.

    Doing great things means facing big risks to yourself.

  9. #9 by marwinsing on 07/27/2007 - 3:22 pm

    Hold it. I’ve been through all that drama – myself – lived through that. Lived through my dad trying to shoot me. Lived through killing others who’ve tried to kill me. Lived through… the life of a martyr.

    But my question to you is this. Is there any scientific fact that qualifies the existence of one Jesus Christ, son of God?

    Be honest to yourselves please.

    The answer is…


  10. #10 by Anonymous on 07/27/2007 - 8:25 pm

    In John 2:14-15, “And He found in the temple those who sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the money changers doing business. When He had made a whip of cords, He drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and the oxen, and poured out the changers’ money and overturned the tables.”

    Is there any scientific fact that qualifies the existence of one Louis Trichardt, Great Voortrekker?

    Be honest to yourselves please.

    The answer is…


  11. #11 by Pain on 07/27/2007 - 9:55 pm


    It’s too bad you had a to go through all that. The last time I checked your website, it was hilarious. Somehow you must have found something in yourself that made you stronger in spite of the dark evil around you.

    Fortunately we don’t have to face anything that hard. We need to stand up for our people, but we aren’t facing anything like our forefathers faced in history. Or as bad as you faced as a boy.

  12. #12 by Alan on 07/28/2007 - 12:49 am

    Sorban writes in response to issues and articles he sees in the mainstream press that jog his memory or stirs his interest. Sorban is insightfull and smart, yet he has no interest in setting adendas, his writing comes as a critique, he could have said any of the things he says decades earlier, thats Joe.

  13. #13 by Bob on 07/28/2007 - 2:17 am

    Alan, decades ago Joe was for open borders.

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