I see that the LA Times has certainly upgraded the discourse of its editorial page with todays first installment from Señor Pantload:
STOP ME IF YOU’VE heard this already. But there are people out there â€” honest, decent, sincere people and deranged moonbats, too â€” who think that George W. Bush lied about the threat posed by Saddam Hussein. No, seriously, it’s true. “Bush lied, people died” is one of their catchier slogans.
Now, I’m not one of these people, but let’s assume they’re right
What if Bush did lie, big time? What, exactly, would that mean? If you listen to Bush’s critics, serious and moonbat alike, the answer is obvious: He’d be a criminal warmonger, a failed president and â€” most certainly â€” impeachment fodder. Even Bush’s defenders agree that if Bush lied, it would be a grave sin.
Yes, nothing quite cleanses the sophisticated op-ed palate like using the term “moonbat” twice in the first 100 words. Gussy it up with a shaky comparison between FDR’s WWII and George Bush’s Clash of Civilizations and you’ve pretty much got what would normally be an Ann Coulter column.
Except Ann has a bigger dick.