Aw Look, Brady’s Got a Friend
Amidst all the articulate lefties like Roger Ailes, Brad DeLong, David E. (happy birthday) and Paul Lukasiak whose non-"hate speech" comments now fill the reopened WaPo blog questioning the Post’s ethics in any number of matters, there is one commenter who takes Brady’s side. He says "let’s hope the far left can contain themselves here" before going on to praise Richard Cohen’s recent article dissuading girls from taking math. He even provides a helpful link to his blog, where we find the following:
The column goes straight after the cult of numbers that rules so much of the thinking in the left-wing wonk and chattering classes crowd. These are the people who attack Bush because of the budget deficit (as if we didn’t have one under Clinton) and question the numbers behind Social Security privatization. The people who think that their number-crunching ability gives them greater wisdom than the guidance the president gets from a Higher Power.
Congratulations, Jim. Now you know why the people you’ve courted into some unimaginably hideous three-way — Hugh Hewitt and Instahack (we won’t even mention the Power Tools for fear of inducing projectile vomiting) — don’t have comments sections. Because these are the kind of people who show up, and frankly, it’s embarrassing.
Steno Sue should’ve been fired after her stint as Ken Starr leak ho. She wasn’t. (Oh I’m sorry, she hates that name and makes you delete the comments that mention it — I guess we shouldn’t offend and say "Sue Schmidt.") Now she steals the work of a dead man she refuses to acknowledge and uses her position to fuck up any kind of decent reporting on the Abramoff scandal in favor of whoring for the GOP. These are the readers the Post is now courting. This is your fan base. These are the minds that read a Deborah Howell column and say "bravo!"
These are your people now, Jim.
Assume the position.