The Official Wine of Grassroots Activists

Because it’s oh so true, especially in our issue:

Herding Cats Cabernet/Shiraz

Herding Cats Cabernet/Shiraz

7 Responses to “The Official Wine of Grassroots Activists”

  1. Our unruliness may well be our greatest weakness, but as a manifestation of our independent nature, it’s also our greatest strength.

    I haven’t had that one–I’d be interested in hearing what you think of it.

    I’m mostly a beer guy, but I like a good red, and Cabs and Shiraz (is the plural Shirazes?) can be quite good.

  2. Sebastian says:

    I’ll be honest, I’m not much of a wine expert. Also mostly a beer and bourbon guy. It tastes OK to me, but I’m not a real expert.

  3. geekWithA.45 says:

    People always get it wrong.

    Getting Liberty oriented people to do anything coherently isn’t at all like herding cats.

    It’s entirely like herding armed cats.

  4. Sebastian says:

    I’m also not sure the herding cats problem is unique to guns, but our independent natures do make it more acute. In any political issue, the hard part is always getting people who are on the same side to agree.

  5. Breda says:

    “It’s entirely like herding armed cats.”

    Cats are the originators of concealed carry.

  6. Ahab says:

    Ask Bitter if it was good, I’m dying to know.

  7. Bitter says:

    It was pretty good. I tend to be a fan of every so slightly sweet white wines, but I enjoyed a few glasses of this.