“What a self-righteous, pompous, and ignorant article. I feel bad that I wasted 2 minutes of my life reading this junk.”
You feel bad? I had to write the thing. Two hours I’ll never get back.
“Oh MAN what rote right-wing claptrap from another empty-headed naysayer. B***h should do something with more socially-redeeming value. Like have a daisy chain with Coulter & Malkin. These fools will be the death of us.”
Ooh, what’s a daisy chain?! Sounds delicious. B***h is intrigued.
“Mrs Cupp looks like a psycho from her picture above.”
How dare you? I’m not married.
And finally, like many of you, I’ve been thinking about this Journolist controversy. To me, the most startling revelation isn’t that the liberal media is fixed, but that the liberal media is so needy. When did journalists become such joiners? I’m new to this business, but I thought journalists were supposed to be rebellious individualists, loners and recluses who were as likely to join Alcoholics Anonymous as they were some after-school club where they sit around talk about their feelings. As a conservative columnist, there is nothing less appealing to me than joining a conservative journalists’ listserv, where we all talk about how we’re going to do our jobs. If you need affirmation of your opinions, you shouldn’t be publishing them.