Thursday, December 29, 2005

A truly thoughtful conservative

Dean Mundy, who writes a blog called the Thoughtful Conservative, is also one of the new community columnists who writes op ed pieces for the Journal Sentinel.

Munday, who says he is a self-employed missionary and a Christian fundamentalist, says on his blog that, "I like to think of myself as open-minded about most things. I have bed-rock beliefs but would probably be pragmatic if ever actually elected to office."

He writes today of the constitutional amendment to ban gay marriages -- and why he doesn't support it.

Between today's column and what he writes on his blog, Mundy truly has earned the Thoughtful Conservative title. I hope a positive review from me doesn't ruin his standing on the right.

4 Comments:

At 11:34 AM, Blogger Dennis York said...

For future purposes on this blog, so there is no confusion:

"Thoughtful" = "Agrees with Xoff."

 
At 6:24 PM, Blogger Scott D. Feldstein said...

I disagree with Dean on almost near everything under the sun, but I still like him. He's just so gosh-darned cute!

 
At 11:06 PM, Blogger Dean said...

Gee, Xoff, don't you think my column against the amendment already did that?

My standing is perhaps not so much ruined, but is like the family member kept in the attic because, well, you know.

 
At 8:18 PM, Blogger G.J. said...

So "thoughtful conservative," like "moderate," means RINO or CINO? "Someone who agrees with my liberal opinions?" Technically speaking, Mundy's commentary on gay marriage is philosophically liberal. Jefferson. Mill. That sort of thing. Most conservatives are liberals. Real conservatives and real leftists are antiliberals.

 

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