Sep 17, 2008

Man Holds Eternal Grudge

Ronald Radosh, a history professor at City University of New York, is holding onto some bitter and useless anger over....the Rosenbergs. Who are the Rosenbergs, you ask, because you weren't born in the 30s? Well, they were convicted of spying for the Soviets in the 50s and were promptly executed.

There's always been some controversy over whether or not they were guilty. But now, it seems we know the truth.
Julius and ethel Rosenberg were executed 55 years ago, on June 19, 1953. But last week, they were back in the headlines when Morton Sobell, the co-defendant in their famous espionage trial, finally admitted that he and his friend, Julius, had both been Soviet agents.
Wow. What a bombshell. Two people who most of us alive people didn't know about were guilty. Radosh wants us to stop with our nonsense.
A startling confession again proves their guilt. Now it's time for their left-wing defenders to acknowledge it.
With these latest events, the end has arrived for the legions of the American left wing that have argued relentlessly for more than half a century that the Rosenbergs were victims, framed by a hostile, fear-mongering U.S. government.
A pillar of the left-wing culture of grievance has been finally shattered.
Damn, we lost one of our pillars. And by that, I mean, the thing I have never discussed in my 41 years of life. Get over it, Radosh. You're clearly old beyond reason.

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