The irony of reading Andrew Sullivan denouncing the racism of the black Hebrews and attacks of the media on the Covington kids on the receiving end of it reminds one that the fellow who coined the phrase "Christionist" and spent years going after Sarah Palin is not lost on me. But I can't help but … Continue reading Non Tweets 1/30 Andrew Sullivan’s Covington Irony, SOTU, Guns #1, Guns #2 & SABLE Washington opens with a win
Donkey: Hi, princess. Princess Fiona: It talks. Shrek: Yeah, but it's getting him to shut up that's the trick. Shrek 2001 I must admit Andrew Sullivan's announcement gives me mixed feeling in several ways. Sullivan was one of the first bloggers I read, and even when he eventually whet and started turning crazy over Sarah … Continue reading Andrew Sullivan & some thoughts on Blogging
Played itself out yesterday as Andrew Sullivan went after his Mormonism talking about a Mormon "mask". Ann Althouse is unimpressed: Imagine some friend of yours told you something like that about some other religious group. Test it with every religious group can think of, referring to political candidates that you like and dislike. Hold yourself … Continue reading One of the realities of a Romney Candidacy…
What can you say when you see something like this: What's most amazing is that its citizens will not merely refrain from objecting, but will stand and cheer the U.S. Government's new power to assassinate their fellow citizens, far from any battlefield, literally without a shred of due process from the U.S. Government. Many will … Continue reading Anwar al-Awlaki dead, Glenn Greenwald and the left hardest hit.
At least according to Dan Riehl at Riehl world view who recalls an old Sullivan Post per election concerning Barack Obama: On October 27, 2008, Andrew Sullivan posted: The Top Ten Reasons Conservatives Should Vote For Obama. Given all this playing out today, I thought I'd go back and have a look. It's high comedy … Continue reading Andrew Sullivan at the Mendoza line
Meaning that they get to own trig trutherism.
...with part of his conclusion here: One expects such chiseling dishonesty from Sullivan, and such impishness from McCain (and, of course, both are trolling for links), but apparently Sullivan’s readers are harder to fool than you might think. Although McCain is indeed trolling for links successfully I might add (who has apologized stating he had … Continue reading I have to take issue with Professor Reynolds
Who knew that Sullivan's Syndrome might have a positive side effect: If you want to know why the allegedly liberal media didn't touch - and still won't touch - this story, look no further. It has nothing to do with the facts, and everything to do with their politics. Notice the core modus operandi of … Continue reading Trig Trutherism hits Andrew Sullivan with a cluebat
but to put it simply, its so bad that even Andrew Sullivan believes it's corrupt and some members seem ready to out themselves before somebody else does.
...hasn't proved all that successful suggesting (so far) that I'm not worth even 1% of the old Andrew Sullivan. (feel free to prove that wrong by hitting DaTipJar.) However from this post at Glenn's it seems clear that Andrew Sullivan isn't worth half as much as the old Andrew Sullivan either. By “soon realizes,” Andrew … Continue reading Maybe my “Am I worth half as much as Andrew Sullivan” fundraiser…
Question: Why does Charles Johnson owe Andrew Sullivan a debt of Gratitude today? I already commented on Johnson's post which hearkens back to brighter days. Sullivan however is in full moonbat mode: A simple point. The violence by the activists is pretty abhorrent. These are not followers of Gandhi or MLK Jr. But the violence … Continue reading Answer: Because Sullivan makes Charles Johnson look like his own sane self today
Stacy McCain continues to beat the Bushes to find the details in Pa-12 and some of these seem to be familiar: While I was at Burns campaign HQ Friday, I interviewed a registered Democrat from Fayette County who stopped by the office to pick up a yard sign. This was a blue-collar working man who … Continue reading A very friendly invitation to Pa-12
is worth a read. It is something that a lot of mainstream journalists owe us. Although he does indulge in his normal Palin derangement/Sullivan's syndrome behavior he still deserves credit for it.. I can't help but tweak him however over one statement that is so funny that you had better not be drinking when you … Continue reading Andrew Sullivan’s Mea Culpa…
Some things are worth repeating. Particularly when you see stories like this: The White House is evaluating whether to take a breather on health care or try to push for passing legislation, but is not convinced Massachusetts voters were trying to block health insurance reform by voting last week to send Republican Scott Brown to … Continue reading Let’s say it again, if it was good it would pass
You might recall way back when a certain fellow swam against the tide on the Bill Sparkman (it wasn't me), that fellow said this... The lazy assumption that we know all we need to know, that there cannot be any unknown facts that contradict the beliefs we form on the basis of partial information, is … Continue reading Bill Sparkman, Haditha and Duke all over again