She’s lucky he didn’t turn her gay & Judith Miller jumps to new smacks
Posted by Charles II on December 30, 2010
Some silly stories/bright shiny objects just have to be commented upon. This is often the case with Michelle Bachmann:
I was a Democrat when I grew up…I was a reasonable, fair-minded Democrat…we worked on Jimmy Carter’s [inaudible]…Until I was reading this snotty novel called ‘Burr,’ by Gore Vidal, and read how he mocked our Founding Fathers. And as a reasonable, decent, fair-minded person who happened to be a Democrat, I thought, ‘You know what? What he’s [Gore Vidal is] writing about, this mocking of people that I revere, and the country that I love, and that I would lay my life down to defend — just like every one of you in this room would, and as many of you in this room have when you wore the uniform of this great country — I knew that that was not representative of my country.
She’s lucky he didn’t turn her gay.
As a bonus, also from Pareene:
Judith Miller used to be a superstar. She was a major reporter at the New York Times for decades — at the DC bureau, in Cairo, in Paris, special correspondent to the Persian Gulf, embedded with a special unit in Iraq. She had the best sources. She had amazing scoops. Now she’s writing — on contract, not full-time — for Newsmax…
From The New York Times to Newsmax.
Well, the gulf has narrowed quite a bit in recent years.
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