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The most significant and intelligent part of Bill Kristol’s column in the New York Times wasn’t written by him.

This is William Kristol’s last column.

You may now resume pointing and laughing. Besides the man is still going to be out "moraning" in public at other places. Like yesterday, when the son of Irving Kristol told the son of Mike Wallace, that the Democrats are the Party of hereditary power. I’m sure this profound insight will soon be picked up by Jonah Goldberg, John Podhoretz and various and sundry Kagans. Surely it’s worth a Meghan McCain blog post?

(photo from WTF Is It Now?!? from the original of Driftglass)

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