Here's a pretty limp statement Rich Lowry:
Needless to say, no one at National Review shares Derb's appalling view of what parents supposedly should tell their kids about blacks in this instantly notorious piece here.
I don't believe him. I think there are probably a few people who share his views, but just won't say it out loud. And you can be damned sure that a large portion of the NRO readership absolutely believes in Derb's views.
And why hasn't he been fired? This isn't something you need to debate or think about, it should automatically lead to his dismissal.
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And now he is gone.
Krugman is at his wit's end.
Mr. Brooks, since you are too stupid to figure it out on your own- this is a direct response to this asinine column. Krugman is calling you out, you feckless loser.
Atrios has a pretty solid take-down of Jonah Goldberg, Wanker of the Decade Runner Up #6, but it's a bit shooting fish in a barrel, innit?
My all-time favorite line about the Doughy one is this:
Sometimes Jonah Goldberg lacks the imaginative resources necessary to come up with new stupid things to say, so he relies on his audience of stupid people and relays their emails.