FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011
Kevin Drum gets it right: Darlings, it simply isn’t done. But so what? Kevin Drum did it!
Breaking every rule in the book, Drum criticized a ranking player by name. The name was “Judy Woodruff.”
What Drum did was very simple and very basic. You’d think it would occur all the time. But career liberal players just love kissing keister. They put their own career interests light-years ahead of your interests.
Our side doesn’t name-call big names when they make mistakes.
Woodruff failed to challenge Herman Cain during a recent interview—and in fact, she should have done so. No, it wasn’t the end of the world. But so what? Drum challenged her by name in this post—put her name right in his headline, in fact. And then, omigod! A day or do later, he name-called Woodruff again!
Go ahead—click those links. Your side never does this.
Everyone understands the problem which arises because our side doesn’t do this. People like Woodruff are constantly yelled at by various kooks on the right. But they never heard a word from our side. Our comity-obsessed careerists are too busy trying to score a guest spot on the career-building NewsHour.
We all know how that game turns out. But go ahead—just click those links and read what Drum wrote.
Your side simply never does this. It’s amazing how rare it is to read posts like the posts Drum wrote.
A paid career player drummed on the NewsHour. This is never done!