Rules for the Right

  1. Anyone who involves himself in politics is fair game.
    1. This rule applies only to those who deliberately or intentionally involve themselves in politics. Those who are dragged, unwillingly, into the political spotlight by others should be defended instead of attacked.
    2. Anyone who drags an unwilling party into the political spotlight has willingly involved himself in politics.
    3. This rule applies equally to men, women, and children.
  2. In arguments over conservationism or environmentalism, overpopulation in the third world must be a prime concern and point of discussion.
    1. Anyone who ignores overpopulation in the third world in this context can (and should) be ignored.
    2. Anyone who denies overpopulation in the third world is a malefactor.