Absolutely. Let us revel in the right's unabridged Second Amendment freedoms. Should one or two citizens suffer the lethal consequences of Wayne LaPierre's stiff-rodded righteousness, well, so be it. The cost of liberty.
And absolutely, let's delight in the right's wreckage of America's state cradle of organized labor. Should wages plunge and employers profit even more, well, so be it. The cost of liberty.
And, of course, absolutely, let us pray that the right's indefatigable defense of the plutocracy's bargain-basement tax bill in fact never tires. Should certain social guarantees for the elderly and disabled go the way of the dodo, well, so be it. The cost of liberty.
And absolutely, needless to add, let us salute the right's celebration of general ignorance, its rugged allegiance to white-male superiority, its tolerance of that silly half, its noble indulgence of the colored lessers, its undying attempts to limit the reckless franchise, its finer appreciation of women's medical needs, its religious devotion often mistaken for Tartuffean hypocrisy, its sage definitions of "valid" love and marriage, its tough-minded suppression of scientific hubris, its undermining of socialistic education, its happy refusal to concede strangely modern and empirical economics--just a few of the many costs, nay, benefits, of right-wing liberty.
Isn't it grand? The right is just too goddamn good to us.