Friday, October 17, 2008

Kathleen Parker and the $64,000* Question

The conservative journalist who was thrashed for her pointed criticsm on the merits of Gov. Sarah Palin being nominated as the GOP's vice-presidential candidate, muses about her friend and colleague Christopher Buckley's similar treatment for endorsing Sen. Barack Obama, and asks the big question no one had yet asked the Republicans during this race:

What does it mean that the right cannot politely entertain dissenting opinions within its ranks?

Yikes. She gets further into it in today's WaPo. I'd look over my shoulder, if I were you, Ms. Parker. Those wing-nuts can be pretty dangerous.

[* When is this going to be adjusted for inflation?]

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