The public is tired of Maureen Dowd’s works!

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2013

Hayes, Maddow, Dionne or Chait should stand up and tell her to go: Yesterday morning, Maureen Dowd profiled Christine Quinn, the current front-runner in the race for mayor of New York City.

This wasn’t the normal piece by Dowd. Nor was this ridiculous profile Quinn’s fault.

It started on the front page of yesterday’s Sunday Review, an extremely high-profile placement. Inside, on the actual op-ed page, it ran beneath a large color photo of Quinn.

As she started, out on page one, Dowd told us something Quinn supposedly wants us to know. We include Dowd’s pitiful headline, which appeared on the front page of the Sunday Review:
DOWD (8/4/13): Who’s That Candidate in the Teal Toenail Polish?

A well-dressed man at the West 72nd Street subway entrance stopped to take one of the fliers that Christine Quinn was handing out.

“You don’t seem quite as evil as they make you out to be,” he said smiling at her.

Quinn looked a bit startled, then replied, “I’m really not.”

This should be the moment for Christine Callaghan Quinn, and she is back in the lead, after being knocked off last month by a resurgent Anthony Weiner. The coppery 47-year-old speaker of the New York City Council wants to be seen as a member of the fighting Irish, “a big pushy broad,” as she puts it, who pushes for New York.
According to Dowd, Christine Callaghan Quinn “wants to be seen as a member of the fighting Irish.” Dowd didn’t explain how she knows that, though it could be an electoral advantage in Irish-inflected New York.

For what it’s worth, Dowd seems to want us to see Quinn that way too! She played Quinn’s ethnicity early and often. In the middle of the column, she referred to Quinn’s “Irish temper.” And as she finished her fatuous piece, she ventured there again:
DOWD (8/4/13): She also takes long fragrant baths, watches “bad TV,” like the Kardashians, though she’s bored by them now, and reads “cheesy magazines,” like Us, O.K., and People. She hasn’t read the new People headlined, “Why Huma Stayed,” but she is up to date on Kate’s baby.

“I always feel a little guilty as an Irish person that I care what dress Kate wore but I do care,” she said. “And I’ve never even been to England.”

Her favorite movie is “Dirty Dancing.” “No one sits Baby in a corner, one of the best lines in movie history,” she said.

I tell her she was the first candidate I’d ever seen on the trail wearing teal toenail polish.

“It matches my campaign literature, that’s the point of it!” she said excitedly, pulling two bottles out of her bag. “It’s the color of the blue on my posters so I’m trying to wear it all summer long.”
OK, OK, we get it! Christine Callaghan Quinn is “an Irish person!” Earlier in the week, Chris Matthews seemed eager to spread the word on that point too. Here’s how he ended a softball interview with his new Irish friend:
MATTHEWS (7/30/13): Well, Christine Quinn, who mentioned the Irish already—I never forget you’re Irish, Christine Quinn! Just kidding here—the speaker of the New York city Council and front-runner in the latest polling we’ve got. Congratulations on the polling. Best of luck in this race.

QUINN: Thank you. Thanks, Chris.

MATTHEWS: It’s going to get hotter.

QUINN: That it will.

MATTHEWS: Thanks for coming on Hardball. We’d love to have you back.

QUINN: OK.

MATTHEWS: Joan Walsh is editor of Salon, of course, one of our closest allies here in the world of dealing through these issues. She looks like she’s cheered up a bit there, Joan, watching her as a person and a new friend of mine, I got to say, I am impressed by her. She’s upbeat. She’s cheerful.
Why wouldn’t Quinn be upbeat? Matthews spent his entire interview letting her lambaste Anthony Weiner. He then told the world she was Irish, and his new friend!

White America is largely post-ethnic, but throwbacks like Matthews and Dowd are still swimming around in an Irish Catholic stew. Readers largely don’t believe it when we make this observation, but it’s true—and it has been relevant, down through the years, to their crackpot punditry.

At any rate, Matthews and Dowd have now told the world how wonderfully Irish this candidate is. This leads us back to the rest of the bullroar Dowd included yesterday in her high-profile piece.

(Repeat: This profile wasn’t Quinn’s fault.)

What does “intellectual paralysis” look like? Long ago, Joyce saw the destructive trait all over his own native Dublin. It has long been Dowd’s role to bring a species of that paralysis to us mugs over here.

That said, Dowd’s piece about Quinn was so inane that even Times readers complained. This sardonic commenter offered a nice summary of Dowd’s latest paralyzed effort:
COMMENTER FROM CONNECTICUT: Dear Ms. Dowd, I am to assume you’re endorsing Ms. Quinn for the job? I live in Connecticut and am interested in the mayoral race only as a spectator. The main points I come away with are:

a. Ms. Quinn apparently has a temper and uses it
b. Her favorite movie is "Dirty Dancing"
c. She has a weight problem
d. She used her influence to have an ambulance help an aide
e. She wears teal nail polish
f. Most importantly, she's NOT Mr. Weiner

She's obviously qualified to be mayor of NYC. Bring on the voting!
The sardonic reader captured the contents of Dowd’s vacuous profile. Around the continent, other readers filed complaints about the latest garbage from Dowd, which ended with the headline-worthy “get” concerning toe polish:
COMMENT FROM MASSACHUSETTS: Toenail polish color? Is this going to be the election season of "too much information" for every candidate?

COMMENT FROM JARAMA VALLEY: This is a puff piece worthy of People Magazine.

COMMENT FROM DC: OK, I'm glad that she likes People magazine and wears teal toenail polish, but this effort falls flat. What's needed is a better understanding of what a Quinn mayoralty will mean to the average New Yorker. That's a story that the media has yet to tell well.

COMMENT FROM SOUTH CAROLINA: Agreed! Why is journalism, esp. one of its gray bastions, evading its obvious responsibilities in the contest for chief executive of one the world's most important cities, and a beacon of values, culture, and opportunity?

COMMENT FROM MICHIGAN: I'm from Michigan and after reading this, I have no idea what this lady stands for. What's good for New Yorkers? What is that? Are you going to ask the male candidates what color they paint their toes?

COMMENT FROM NEW YORK: Toe nail polish? Bubble baths? What's your favorite TV program? When did the Times editorial page become Tiger Beat?...At some point someone needs to talk about the issues and not useless nonsense. This was a missed opportunity and actually almost sexist in its tone.

COMMENT FROM COLORADO: Amusing little column. But I could find the same thing at People magazine.

COMMENT FROM CONNECTICUT: Boy, am I glad I moved out of NYC! Toenail color is important? How about a piece on what each of these folks proposes to do?

COMMENT FROM ATLANTA: An entire column, and no issues...Will she spend 4 years working on toe nail polish?

COMMENT FROM NEW YORK: As always, Maureen leaves me wanting more. More substance! What a great opportunity gone to waste.

COMMENT FROM NEW JERSEY: After reading this column, I know even less about the mayoral race than before I started.

COMMENT FROM EDMONTON, CANADA: What did we learn about the woman, beside her "coppery" something, I guess her hair? What positions? What problems? What solutions, other than keeping [Weiner] out of office? What does she believe in? What does she fear?

Why did I read this cotton candy? Why was it written? And what did I learn?

COMMENT FROM NEW YORK: I have zero interest in what color toe nail polish a politician wears. I have zero interest in if they take bubble baths or not (I can't imagine asking LaGuardia that question). I only care about how they are going to keep the streets clean and safe and the city moving forward. Anything else is not my business and definitely not my interest.

This column reduced Ms. Quinn into a political Kardashian. That was probably what her team wanted but I learned nothing about her plans from it.

COMMENT FROM NEW YORK: Where’s the beef! Oh, please, this is an article for light summer reading in the beach. Surely, not what one hoped from Ms. Dowd's pen.

COMMENT FROM NEW YORK: Toenail polish? Really? When will the Hillary-esque comments regarding hairstyle begin? When will women politicians be judged on policy, not appearance?

COMMENT FROM HOUSTON: Annice Parker has thrived as Houston's mayor. The fact she is gay doesn't have any bearing on her ability to lead. Aside from that, this piece is pure fluff, Ms. Dowd.
Joyce saw a moral and intellectual paralysis infesting his native Dublin. Dowd has worked very hard, for twenty years, to paralyze our lost souls.

Happily, many “Dubliners” here in this country are tired of this deadly work. When will someone who writes for pay stand up on his or her hind legs and tell the world, and the New York Times, that it’s time for this paralyzed mossback to go?

Joyce said he wanted to look at “the deadly work” done by his country’s “paralysis.” Dowd has produced such deadly work for several decades now.

Krugman, Dionne, Drum, Chait? Maddow, Hayes, Joan-and-David, Pareene? Who will stand on his or her legs and free us from this destructive high priest? Who's willing to tell the essential truth about our own paralyzed nation?

Everyone knows that Dowd is a joke—a destructive one at that. But no one will stand up and say it! In the bidness, it just isn’t done! Too many six- and seven-figure jobs are at stake!

By the way, Quinn is Irish! A pair of priest-defeated mossbacks very much want you to know.

Just for the (truly pitiful) record: In the hard-copy Times, a sub-headline appeared on Dowd's piece: “Can Christine Quinn vanquish Carlos Danger?”

Times op-ed writers produce their own headlines. Such is the state of Dowd's “mind.”

40 comments:

  1. lord robert de somerby says,

    "White America is largely post-ethnic, but throwbacks like Matthews and Dowd are still swimming around in an Irish Catholic stew. Readers largely don’t believe it when we make this observation, but it’s true—and it has been relevant, down through the years, to their crackpot punditry."
     
    >>> you somerby are representative of why there was at one time an irish catholic culture in america. your bigotted predecessors forced them into a corner. now you want to continue to scapegoat 'them' (as though 'they' are still a coherent social group) for americas ills, cherry picking a few *non-representative* high profile people to do so.

    just as i suspected and predicted here, the previous 'dubliner' columns were a setup to link the all pervasive irish-bad infection of ireland to the american sons and daughters of erin (working in the media in particular). and of course the lord of darkness and confusion singles out, by name, an american of irish catholic heritage, dowd, to drive his point home:

    his lordship: "What does “intellectual paralysis” look like? Long ago, Joyce saw the destructive trait all over his own native Dublin. It has long been Dowd’s role to bring a species of that paralysis to us mugs over here."
    . . .

    his lordship: "Joyce saw a moral and intellectual paralysis infesting his native Dublin. Dowd has worked very hard, for twenty years, to paralyze our lost souls."
    . . .

    his lordship: "Joyce said he wanted to look at “the deadly work” done by his country’s “paralysis.” Dowd has produced such deadly work for several decades now."
    . . .

    "Who will stand on his or her legs and free us from this destructive high priest? Who's willing to tell the essential truth about our own paralyzed nation?."

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    1. What, no quasi-religious poem from a 70s sci-fi novel?

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    2. dowd: "the fighting Irish"

      dowd: "Irish temper"

      this, i have no problem with!

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    3. mock patrick at your own risk.
      ----------

      On Terra in this fateful hour
      I place all Heaven with its power.
      The sun with its brightness,
      the snow with its whiteness,
      the fire with all the strength it hath,
      the lightning with its rapid wrath,
      the winds with their swiftness along their path,
      the sea with its deepness,
      the rocks with their steepness,
      the earth with it starkness.
      All these I place
      with God's almighty help and grace
      between myself and the powers of darkness.

      Amen

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    4. Ah, but who are the powers of darkness? Let me guess, lowercaseguy gets to decide. Don't pick up that looking glass!

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    5. The funniest line is a " cherry picking a few *non-representative* high profile people to do so."

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    6. >saint< patrick that is, to be respectful

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    7. "Ah, but who are the powers of darkness? Let me guess, lowercaseguy gets to decide. Don't pick up that looking glass!"

      >>> oh yeah, americans of irish catholic heritage have such power and influence in this country. you are drunk on hate. you are likely a weak and unprincipled person, so you strike out at a phantom group because you know you wont be retaliated against. meanwhile the true malefactors go untouched.

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    8. There was no group in that looking glass, just you.

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  2. Taking shots at Maureen Dowd for thirteen years will only partially free our land from its moral and intellectual paralysis. Cursing those who do not howl with you will surely do the trick.

    Of course, naming the names of those silent enablers does tend to answer one's question about the existence of doubters of the paralysis asked in the previous post. I guess there are quite a few.

    The comments are interesting. Is this sample just a small selection of comments or were most like this? I didn't seem any who claimed to be tired. Seems like most of the hostile ones regarding the obvious inanity of this particular Dowd piece come from outside of New York. Does this mean Dowd's stupidity doesn't influence folks in the hinterland? That would bode poorly for the argument she shaped the outcome of the 2000 Presidental race with her repetitive columns on Gore's conversations with his bald spot. Unless they weren't tired of her back then.

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    1. Shorter: Waaaaaahhh!!

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    2. "Does this mean Dowd's stupidity doesn't influence folks in the hinterland?"

      that's what i think. not to attack her personally, as she competently does her clown act to draw readers into the circus tent, but its hard to think of another media front person whose lasting effect on the public is so grossly overestimated.

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    3. You think that the NYT has turned into a circus tent, and that Dowd is one of its "competent" barkers. Yet this is not a lasting effect?

      You wouldn't attack a snake-oil salesman personally, it's just his job to sell to the rubes.

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  3. "White America is largely post-ethnic, but throwbacks like Matthews and Dowd are still swimming around in an Irish Catholic stew. Readers largely don’t believe it when we make this observation, but it’s true—and it has been relevant, down through the years, to their crackpot punditry."

    I agree. It's odd how much of it there is in "political reporting", actually, not just "Irish" but these complete theories based on one-time country of origin.

    Maureen Dowd is the absolute champ. It doesn't get any nuttier on tribe than Dowd.

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    1. "White America is largely post-ethnic..."

      the writer of that statement is himself most emphatically not post ethnic. it colors his entire analysis, rendering it useless.

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  4. Contestants:

    a) Dowd
    b) Collins
    c) Matthews

    Who is the biggest fool?
    Winner in a rout: Dowd

    Who is the biggest tool?
    Unanimous decision: Matthews

    Who tries hardest but is hardly ever amusing, as a rule?
    Collins in a walkover.

    Each contestant is a winner!

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    1. well yeah...if you limit the contestants to americans of irish catholic heritage (or part in mathews case), somerbys hackneyed technique, then that group is going to look very bad -- the second tool of the bigot.

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  5. I read through this post a couple of times, but I don't see what the actual criticism of Dowd's column is supposed to be. It's just an anti-Dowd (and to a much lesser extent, anti-American-Irish-Catholic) rant.

    The closest thing to a logical argument is the claim that Dowd is "swimming around in an Irish Catholic stew." I don't know if that's true because I have no idea what it means. In the past TDH has always claimed that Dowd wrote for the women's pages of the 50s--now that complaint has been shelved, but I can't see that TDH makes any new complaint.

    Certainly many NYT commenters thought the column was a puff piece, but TDH doesn't take any ownership of that angle. Dowd is making a big effort to make Quinn seem likeable and familiar (that means not too gay) to a wide spectrum of voters. This effort may be quite helpful to Quinn. What exactly is the complaint? Is Dowd's support going to be the difference between Quinn and de Blasio? Or the difference between Quinn and any GOP opponent? Who knows...so what's the problem with the column? That Dowd is swimming in some kind of 50s Irish stew?

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    1. You don't get it. Dowd isn't one of Bob's tribe, she's the other tribe (which is most of the world, actually).

      Dowd shouldn't be in the Times, nor should anybody else who isn't dedicated to hard news, according to Bob.

      So Dowd writes, for once, a rather upbeat, positive color portrait of a politician instead of her too frequent nasty cattiness, for which Bob excoriates her, but... because she's in the Other Tribe, Bob trashes her anyway.

      It doesn't matter what Dowd does, it's all bad. Why Bob is so obsessed with this silly woman is frankly completely beyond me. She's obviously a sore toe for him, but he's got more sore toes than the rest of us put together.

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  6. if you work backwards in your mind from the conclusion to the support for the conclusion, the argument is generally going to be much weaker than if done in the natural way, first support, then conclusion.

    when one sees a convoluted argument, it may be that the person making the argument is personally wedded to the conclusion, bigotry is a common component of this phenomenon.

    a huge category of reverse argumentation is when the writer or broadcaster is being compensated by money or a job for a relative etc.(main stream journalists generally and corrupt bloggers for example) to reach a conclusion that he or she doesnt really believe in.

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  7. where r the mouth foaming commenters calling me everything but a child of god today and i think friday? disconcerting. feeling uncomfortable. somethings up.

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  8. Troll blather is richly entertaining, unlike a Dowd column. Perhaps soon TDH's snark mongers will get their own columns in the bien pensant Grey Lady.

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  9. Does teal pass muster on St. Patrick's day?

    It's never been my impression that Ms. Dowd works hard at anything, much less anything so strenuous as paralyzing our lost souls. I'm not saying she hasn't done it, just that anything requiring that kind of palpable sweat would not exactly be up her gold-paved street ... anymore than covering, say, welfare reform.

    Perhaps she simply makes it look that way, but it seems Dowd's most Augean efforts since 1995, or whenever it began, has been to make her glamorous, enviable job the easiest sinecure since the Windsors began cutting ribbons.

    I didn't read the column, but I wonder why it wasn't mentioned the Dowd and the Mighty Quinn are both attractive, red-haired, high-achieving, and of Irish heritage. Twinsies! Imagine the column opportunities! Having Quinn in Gracie Mansion will be almost as good as having Jack Kennedy in the White House.

    One wonders when Dowd will speculate in print which of the two pols have scored with more women. Or is that insensitive to bring up?

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  10. I'm a bit surprised that none of the discerning commenters on Dowd's silliness caught that either Dowd or Quinn misquoted "one of the best lines in movie history."

    It's "Nobody puts baby in a corner." Not "No one sits baby in a corner."

    Having sat in her own corner on the NY Times OP-ED page for all these years has left Ms. Dowd a boring and bitter wallflower. Where's Patrick Swayze when you need him? Oh yeah, he died in 2009, years after the relevence of Ms. Dowd's musings.

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