Saturday, March 01, 2008

The West Wing

James Joyner from Outside The Beltway blogged My wife and I have been watching “The West Wing” on DVD the last few weeks and are on the last few episodes. It occurred to me last night, watching the closing days of the campaign between Matt Santos and Arnie Vinick, how eerily similiar the candidates were in style and tone with Barack Obama and John McCain. Slate’s Torie Bosch explains that this was no accident:

Hopefully it won't come out the same way.


Target Harry

Daily Express reported Harry’s perilous Army mission in Afghanistan was dismissed by British extremists as a mere publicity stunt. But they also claimed that by participating in an “illegal war”, the brave young Prince had made himself fair game for a terrorist attack. Yesterday’s outbursts came as Harry was on his way home amid fears for his safety after details of his exploits in Helmand province emerged.
They probably should send him back. He might be safer in Afganistan.
Anjem Choudary, former leader of British-based radicals Al Muhajiroun, said: “He will be seen as part of the enemy and so he is a target.
Is there room in the Tower of London for Mr Choudary?
This is an illegal war and it should be seen in that light, and for Harry to participate has absolutely no justification. Those who want to carry out operations over here will target Harry. He is a natural target for someone that way inclined.”
And what are you doing to discourage such people? Or are you trying t encourage them

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Violent Bible???

NIS reported Public broadcaster KRO has dropped plans to make a Biblical variant of MP Geert Wilders' short film on the Koran. "After exhaustive discussion, journalists on various editorial staff have decided not to make a film on the Bible," KRO said in a statement. "The aim of the project was to make a contribution to the debate on the method that Geert Wilders - according to Wilders himself - wants to apply in his film on the Koran. This aim could not however in the view of KRO journalists be achieved satisfactorily."

He apparently believed those Christian Fundamentalists, who are, as we are told, more dangerous than Islamic jihadists, but it seems they haven't gotten around to mounting any terror attacks yet, and with the number of Islamic jihad attacks standing now at 10,651 since 9/11, they have a bit of catching up to do.
In his short film Fitna, intended to be shown in March, Wilders wants to show gruesome events said to be inspired by the Koran. KRO, nota bene itself a Catholic broadcaster, wanted to show that such a film could also be made about the Bible. The film was "one of the plans for participating in the debate that Geert Wilders has aroused with his proposal to ban the Koran. After extensive research, linking Bible quotations with real political events and acts of violence however produced an insufficient basis for a thorough journalistic production."
In other words they could not find examples to prove their mistaken point.


Friday, February 29, 2008

One of the prettiest sounds on Earth

Last year Nicholas Kristof said in New York Times that he was talking to Obama and He once got in trouble for making faces during Koran study classes in his elementary school,

So he reallydid study the oran in school
but a president is less likely to stereotype Muslims as fanatics — and more likely to be aware of their nationalism — if he once studied the Koran with them.

Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it’ll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.”


Obama responds to Hillary's ad

Talking Points Memo reported Obama said We’ve seen these ads before. They’re the kind that play on peoples’ fears to scare up votes.

And they work.
Well it won’t work this time. Because the question is not about picking up the phone. The question is — what kind of judgment will you make when you answer? We’ve had a red phone moment. It was the decision to invade Iraq.
No the decision to invage Iraq was not made at 3:00 am. It was debated in Congress, and Congess voted to authorize force.
Senator Clinton gave the wrong answer. George Bush gave the wrong answer. John McCain gave the wrong answer. I stood up and I said that a war in Iraq would be unwise. It cost us thousands of lives and billions of dollars.
And if Saddam ad reconstituted his Chemical, Biological, and Nuclear weapons programs, and he retained the ability to do that, what would the cost have been?
I said that it would distract us from the real threat that we face, and that we should take the fight to al Qaeda in Afghanistan.
And as I recall your approach in Afghanistan would be to invade Pakistan, a country with nuclear weapons.
That’s the judgment I made on the most important foreign policy decision of our generation.... I will never see the threat of terrorism as a way to scare up votes,
Because if they think of the threat, you are the last person they would turn to to solve it. I suspect Obama will never take a Pro Life position, since it will lose him major parts of his base, and he is unlikely to embrace either a White Supremacist or a Black Supremacist position, for the same reason.
because it's a threat that should rally the country around our common enemies. That is the judgment we need at 3:00 a.m., and that's the judgment that I am running for as president of the United States of America.


Hillary goes nuclear

Hillary goes nuclear on Obama with her ad "Children"

"It's 3:00am and your children are asleep," the voice over says. "There's a phone in the White House, and it's ringing. Something is happening in the world. Your vote will decide who answers that call."

"Whether someone knows the world's leaders, knows the military, someone tested and ready to lead. It's 3am and your children are safe and asleep. Who do you want answering the phone?"

A lot will scream Hillary is going negative, but they will remember the ad, and all McCain will have to is mention it.

Gateway Pundit blogs Surely the Left will not accept this latest act of desperation by the unhinged Clinton Machine?

George Stephanopoulos weighs in.

Ed Morrissey blogged I'd call this the last act of a desperate woman. Neither Barack Obama nor Hillary Clinton present themselves as the person most people would want answering the phone at the White House in the middle of the night. In fact, the Democrats have done their best to minimize the threats to the US, especially since it became clear that John McCain -- with his decades of work on military policy -- would be the Republican nominee.

Does anyone remember the line that the "war on terror" was just a bumper sticker?

John McCain could simply clip off the last ten seconds of this ad and run it for the general election -- no matter which Democrat won the nomination. I can't wait for the pushback against Hillary for this ad.

Obama responded

Matthew Yglesias blogged Slate's John Dickerson asks an obvious question on a conference call with Hillary Clinton's campaign: "What foreign policy moment would you point to in Hillary's career where she's been tested by crisis?" After an uncomfortably long moment during which neither Mark Penn, Howard Wolfson and Lee Feinstein have anything to say, and then Lee Feinstein tries to step in with a save and starts talking about Clinton's endorsement by high-level military officials. Click here to listen to the entire section, or just watch this for the first part

Update 3/8: reported One of the actors in the Hillary Clinton ad was shocked to see herself, especially because she's a fierce supporter of Barack Obama.... The first girl in the ad is young Casey Knowles. It's stock footage from 8 years ago when she worked as a TV extra - footage owned now by Getty Images and used by the Clinton campaign.... She may only be 17, but Casey has some very strong political opinions. She turns 18 - legal voting age - in April, in plenty of time before the general election.... "I've been campaigning for Barack Obama for a few months now," she said. "I was actually a precinct captain at the caucuses a few months ago. I attended his rally a few months ago and I'm a very, very avid supporter."


Obama and judges

Professor Bainbridge blogged For somebody who taught Constitutional law for years, Barack Obama has an awfully odd conception of the judicial role. Orin Kerr collects some quotes from Obama about judges, including this gem:

We need somebody who’s got the heart, the empathy, to recognize what it’s like to be a young teenage mom. The empathy to understand what it’s like to be poor, or African-American, or gay, or disabled, or old. And that’s the criteria by which I’m going to be selecting my judges.
As does Orin, I realize that this is a widely shared view of the judicial role among left-liberals, but that simply illustrates how far left-liberalism has strayed from the rule of law. Settling upon a preferred outcome, without resort to the law, because it favors one group or another ought to be foreign to the judicial role. Judges are supposed to be neutral arbitrators, not having a thumb on the scale in favor of one side or the other.
That is certainly the way conservitives view it, but liberals see judges as people to do things they can't get a majority to support.
The rule of law means that every one is equal before the law, whether rich or poor, white or black. As the first Justice Harlan wrote: “Our Constitution is color-blind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens.” That ought to be the criteria by which one picks judges.



Americans for Prosperity announced Good news from the presidential campaign trail this afternoon, via Rob Bluey at RedState -- Sen. John McCain has wholeheartedly endorsed an amendment sponsored by Sen. Jim DeMint that would impose a one-year moratorium on all pork-barrel earmarks.

That is good news. When he is President, I hope he makes it permanent.

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A picture of a building?

Reuters reports A Berlin gallery has temporarily closed an exhibition of satirical works by a group of Danish artists after six Muslim youths threatened violence unless one of the posters depicting the Kaaba shrine in Mecca was removed, it said on Thursday.
You can't show pictures of Mohammad, and nw you can's show pictures of a freaking building???
The Galerie Nord in central Berlin said it had closed its "Zionist Occupied Government" show of works by Surrend, a group of artists who say they poke fun at powerful people and ideological conflicts. On Tuesday, four days after the exhibition opened, a group of angry Muslims stormed into the gallery, shouting demands that one of the 21 posters should be removed, said the gallery. "They were very aggressive and shouted at an employee that the poster should be taken down otherwise they would throw stones and use violence," the gallery's artistic director Ralf Hartmann told Reuters.
Is violence all these nut cases know?
The Muslims objected to a depiction of the Kaaba -- the ancient shrine in Mecca's Grand Mosque which Muslims face to say their prayers -- which gave a "bitingly satirical commentary against radicalism," said the gallery in a statement.

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Catholic League Angry

Washington Post reported The president of the Catholic League today blasted Sen. John McCain for accepting the endorsement of Texas evangelicalist John Hagee, calling the controversial pastor a bigot who has "waged an unrelenting war against the Catholic Church."
In this unrelenting war, how many people have been killed? How many buildings have been blown up? Did Hagee even lead any mass demonstrations in the street? Or did he just say unkind things about Catholics, and have Catholics responded by saying unkind things about Hagee, like for example calling him a bigot?
Hagee, who is known for his crusading support of Israel, backed McCain's presidential bid Wednesday, standing next to the senator at a hotel in San Antonio and calling McCain "a man of principle." But Catholic League President Bill Donohue said in a statement today that Hagee has written extensively in negative ways about the Catholic Church, "calling it 'The Great Whore,' an 'apostate church,' the 'anti-Christ,' and a 'false cult system.'"
Does that make them true?
"Senator Obama has repudiated the endorsement of Louis Farrakhan, another bigot. McCain should follow suit and retract his embrace of Hagee," Donohue said.
McCain's campaign is not focuse on religious belief, so I see no reason for people with different religious beliefs to expect him to get involved in those arguments. McCain is Pro Life, and Hillary and Obama are Pro Choice. Can the Catholic Church embrace someone that likes abortion?

Obama is a member of a church that itself is pretty extreme in its anti white views. Not as bad as Farrakhan, but pretty bad, and yet Obama is pretending to have none of those views, so he must be particularly carful not get associated with Farrakhan's views.

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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Kenyan elders demand an apology

Reuters reported Kenyan elders demanded an apology from Washington on Thursday ahead of a planned protest over a controversial photo of U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama in traditional Somali dress.

Why should Washington apologize? They did not distribute the photo.
The picture, which appeared on a U.S. Web site, showed the Democratic frontrunner donning a white headdress and robes during a visit in 2006 to the remote north-eastern town of Wajir.
What is offensive about the photo?
... The dispute has angered many in Kenya, especially ethnic Somalis from the northeast, who resent the implication that Obama did anything wrong during his visit.
If he did not do anything wrong, then why are they offended?
Wajir residents plan to demonstrate after Friday prayers to show their support for the Illinois senator.
Muslims sure take offense easily.
Mohamed Ibrahim, who attended one of two crisis meetings held in Wajir on Thursday by clan members who hosted Obama on his trip, said Washington must immediately make amends to them and especially to the elder pictured with him. "The U.S. government must apologize to us as a clan and the old man," Ibrahim told Reuters by telephone. "We have been offended and we cannot afford to just watch and stay silent."
What are you going to do? Call Rage Boy in Pakitan and get him to put on a show for you?
He said it was essential Clinton "clear her name" too.
She denies sending the photo.
... If there was no apology, the elders said, they would demand the expulsion of U.S. troops based near Garissa town.
I did not know we had troops in Kenya.
Update: The Kenyans believe that Hillary owe them some cows,
They probably heard how much money she made in Cattle Futures
and probably some goats


Politicians always lie reported Barack Obama has ratcheted up his attacks on NAFTA, but a senior member of his campaign team told a Canadian official not to take his criticisms seriously, CTV News has learned.

In other words, do't believe anything he, or Clinton, say. They are just pandering to their base to get elected.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Obama vs Military

Obama has just cut an ad which John McCain can use to tear him apart

Hat Tip: Ace of Spades

Gaius blogged Obama is willing to essentially disarm the United States or so cripple its defenses that I am left without adequate words to describe how this makes me feel. All I can say at this point is that Obama may have just laid his throat open for Hillary Clinton. Maybe, just maybe, she just got her miracle. But she has to pounce - now.

Jay blogged A very insightful look at just how naive Obama really is. Perhaps he will replace all our missles with Care Bears and unicorns.

Cassy Fiano blogged Barack Obama's new campaign ad basically outlines all the ways he's going to screw us over as president. And this is supposed to make us want him in office? Snort.

Fat Jolly Penguin commented Oh, this is just brilliant. "I will slow our development of future combat systems." This man plainly lives in an alternate reality, one in which our enemies won't attack us if we just don't develop new weapons. New technology tends to help make wars easier to fight and win, in addition to reducing the amount of lives lost (last time I checked, that was a good thing). My head still spins when I try to think about how this man could possibly be a viable candidate.


As long as you are not going to sue

Yahoo! News reported The two sons of Ann Richards, the late former Texas governor, are objecting to an Internet video published by Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign that suggests their mother would have supported Clinton.... But sons Dan and Clark Richards, partners at an Austin law firm, say nobody can know who the outspoken and opinionated former governor would have supported in the race between Clinton and Barack Obama.

"As her children, we never presumed to know her mind when alive and we are not prepared to make a claim as to who she would endorse or what she would do if she were still with us," they wrote in an e-mail last week. "We are not granting permission for her name to be used in advertisements on behalf of either candidate."

The e-mail, provided to The Associated Press by Dan Richards, was sent to Cathy Bonner, a friend of their mother's and member of Richards' administration. Bonner is working with Clinton's campaign and sent Dan and Clark Richards an early copy of the video on Feb. 19 "to make sure you are okay with it."

Dan Richards said in an interview Tuesday that they denied permission and he's angry the campaign published the video anyway. He said the campaign contacted him again last Friday to ask him to reconsider, and he repeated his objections.

"They asked me if I would sue the campaign, and I said no, I wasn't in the business of suing the campaign, but I didn't think they should do it," he said in a telephone interview. "To try to present who she would endorse a year and a half after she died is offensive to me."

As long as you are not going to sue Clinton, she figures it does not matter if you don't want her to do it,

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91 million

Yahoo! News reported A huge survey of the world's Muslims released Tuesday challenges Western notions that equate Islam with radicalism and violence.,,, About 93 percent of the world's 1.3 billion Muslims are moderates and only seven percent are politically radical, according to the poll, based on more than 50,000 interviews.

That's a relief; there are only 91 million jihadists! Or is it that there are 91 million that did not know that taqqiyah permitted them to lie about it.


For Clinton, What Defines a 'Win' on March 4?

Chris Cillizza asks on The Fix Six days before Hillary Rodham Clinton puts her political future on the line in Ohio and Texas, one pressing question remains: What qualifies as a "win" next Tuesday?

The general consensus is she needs to win both Texas and Ohio, but because of the way Texas assigns delegates, many say as long as she wins the popular vote in both, she could claim a win, even if Obama gets more delegates in Texas.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

I wish them luck

BBC News reported Turkey is preparing to publish a document that represents a revolutionary reinterpretation of Islam - and a controversial and radical modernisation of the religion.

It certainly needs it.
The country's powerful Department of Religious Affairs has commissioned a team of theologians at Ankara University to carry out a fundamental revision of the Hadith, the second most sacred text in Islam after the Koran.
That still leaves us with verses like 9:29 Fight those who do not believe in God and the Last Day and do not forbid what God and his Messenger have forbidden — such men as practice not the religion of truth, being of those who have been given the Book [i.e., Christians and Jews] – until they pay the tribute out of hand and have been humbled
The Hadith is a collection of thousands of sayings reputed to come from the Prophet Muhammad. As such, it is the principal guide for Muslims in interpreting the Koran and the source of the vast majority of Islamic law, or Sharia.

Update 2/29/2008: They have changed their minds and are just "re-classifying, re-categorizing the Hadith and translating it into Turkish, no more no less." I guess the gates of ijtihad are still closed.


Here is the Democratic Campaign



Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results Of 2008 Election Early

Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results Of 2008 Election Early


Clinton Campaign Starts 5-Point Attack on Obama

New York Times reported After struggling for months to dent Senator Barack Obama’s candidacy, the campaign of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is now unleashing what one Clinton aide called a “kitchen sink” fusillade against Mr. Obama, pursuing five lines of attack since Saturday in hopes of stopping his political momentum.

The five lines need to be better than just that he put on the clothes of a Somali Elder.

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Somali Elder

Drudge Report reported With a week to go until the Texas and Ohio primaries, stressed Clinton staffers circulated a photo over the weekend of a "dressed" Barack Obama. The photo, taken in 2006, shows the Democrat frontrunner fitted as a Somali Elder, during his visit to Wajir, a rural area in northeastern Kenya.

Many Presidents and Senators dress in local outfits when visiting other countries, but if he was in Kenya, why dress as a Somali Elder?


Hillary Should Get Out Now

Jonathan Alter wrote in If Hillary Clinton wanted a graceful exit,
Nothing about Hillary is graceful, and certainly not giving up a chance for power.
she'd drop out now—before the March 4 Texas and Ohio primaries—and endorse Barack Obama.
Why not take a page fro Joe Lieberman's book and endorse John McCain.
This would be terrible for people like me who have been dreaming of a brokered convention for decades. For selfish reasons, I want the story to stay compelling for as long as possible, which means I'm hoping for a battle into June for every last delegate and a bloody floor fight in late August in Denver.
So am I.
But to withdraw this week would be the best thing imaginable for Hillary's political career.
Being a senator is just a steping stone. What makes you think she wants to stay a senator.
She won't, of course, and for reasons that help explain why she's in so much trouble in the first place.

Withdrawing would be stupid if Hillary had a reasonable chance to win the nomination, but she doesn't. To win, she would have to do more than reverse the tide in Texas and Ohio, where polls show Obama already even or closing fast. She would have to hold off his surge, then establish her own powerful momentum within three or four days. Without a victory of 20 points or more in both states, the delegate math is forbidding.
Only if you mean get enough delegates to win without the Super Delegates.
In Pennsylvania, which votes on April 22, the Clinton campaign did not even file full delegate slates.
Can she not add more?
That's how sure they were of putting Obama away on Super Tuesday.

The much-ballyhooed race for superdelegates is now nearly irrelevant. Some will be needed in Denver to put Obama over the top,
So you admit he will not get enough not to need them. Neither will Hillary.
just as Walter Mondale had to round up a couple dozen in 1984. But these party leaders won't determine the result. At the Austin, Texas, debate last week, Hillary agreed that the process would "sort itself out" so that the will of the people would not be reversed by superdelegates. Obama has a commanding 159 lead in pledged delegates and a lead of 925,000 in the popular vote
Supose one person has the most delegates, and someone else has the most popular votes. Where will the Super Delegates go?
(excluding Michigan and Florida, where neither campaigned).
And Hillary has not given up getting those delegates.
Closing that gap would require Hillary to win all the remaining contests by crushing margins. Any takers on her chances of doing so in, say, Mississippi and North Carolina, where African-Americans play a big role?

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Sunday, February 24, 2008

New excuse for Qassams: Prophet cartoons

Ynetnews reported After the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip and the targeted killings, the Palestinian organizations have found a new reason for firing Qassam rockets on southern Israel: Cartoons published in Denmark denouncing Prophet Muhammad.... "The Palestinian resistance has committed to respond to the cartoons, and this is our initial response," he added.

Israel did not print the cartoons. Can your rockets not reach Denmark?
Asked why the residents of Sderot and the Negev should pay the price for cartoons published in Denmark, Abed al-Aal responded, "The Jews have also hurt Islam
They must be powerful: a small Jewish country, in the midst of all those Muslim Countries. Or maybe Islam is just such a weak faith that it can be hurt by a cartoon. Haven't you heard "sicks and stones can break my bones, but words (and cartoons) can never hurt me"
and have also hurt the Koran in their prisons, as part of the plot to harm Islam and the memory and status of Prophet Muhammad.


You May Be Al Qaeda If…

According to JihanPress You May Be Al Qaeda If…

If 6 out of 10 of the following is true then your are one. :)

10. You refine heroin for a living, but you have a moral objection to beer.
9. You own a $300 machine gun and a $5,000 rocket launcher, but you can’t afford shoes.
8. You have more wives than teeth.
7. You think vests come in two styles: bullet-proof and suicide.
6. You can’t think of anyone you HAVEN’T declared Jihad against.
5. You consider television dangerous, but routinely carry hand grenades in your robe.
4. You’ve never been asked, “Does this burka make my butt look fat?”
3. You were amazed to discover that cell phones have uses other than setting off roadside bombs.
2. You’ve never uttered the phrase, “I love what you’ve done with your cave.”
1. You wipe your butt with your bare left hand, but consider bacon unclean.
All of these are funny, but I was really ROFLing when I read #1


Brilliant idea

Roger Kimball at Pajamas Media makes a modest proposal for resisting the spread of Sharia in Britain:

Here’s a modest proposal to get the ball rolling. It was suggested to me by another story from the London Times today. Under a headline shouting “Muslims shocked to learn that crisps contain alcohol” is the illuminating news that that Walkers snacks “contain traces of alcohol” and that eating them is therefore prohibited by Islam.
Shuja Shafi, who chairs the food standards committee of the Muslim Council of Britain, said that he intended to investigate. “Certainly we would find it very offensive to have eaten food with alcohol.”
Is that so? Well, here’s my modest proposal, which I offer to British Food and Beverage industry free and for nothing: start putting a bit of alcohol in everything edible or potable.
That is a brilliant way to get them to leave. Starve them out.
There are, of course, other reasons for wishing to increase one’s usual consumption of alcohol, but here is a patriotic imperative to guide you: what if you went into Harrod’s food hall or your local grocery shop and every item had at least some trace amount of alcohol (or, alternatively, pork residue)? I understand that there might be certain logistical difficulties, but if the EU can effectively police the system of mensuration used in its jurisdiction, if it can prohibit certain types of bananas because they deviate too markedly from the perpendicular, then surely they can employ the vast apparatus of their bureaucracy to assure that a drop of alcohol or a dollop of bacon fat is added to any food stuff sold in Britain. It’s only a start, I realize, but from a tiny acorn the might oak does grow.


Hillary needs to act now

Hillary needs to act now, or she doesn't have a chance.

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, a supporter of Sen. Hillary Clinton, thinks Obama will get the nomination, as does Frank Rich. Some nutcase in Mexico wories that if Obama gets the nomination he will be assassinated, leaving the road to the White House paved for McCain, so he thinks Clinton should accept the Vice Presidency nomination. I really don't think assassination is likely; the secret service does a good job of protecting candidates, but even if a candidate dies I think the party selects a new candidate, I don't think the VP candidate automatically becomes the Presidential candidate. But after the terrible campaign she has run, I don't think the Dems would be stupid enough to pick her as their candidate. If she wants to have any chance at getting the nmination, Hillary needs to start confronting Obama on some differences. And since Obama is upset the Democratic Party has not forced Hillary to drop out, he must feel e is vulnerable.


It's the readers fault

NY Daily News reported The embattled executive editor of the New York Times defended its John McCain story Friday with a novel explanation for the flood of critical e-mails the newspaper received: slow-witted readers.
They are just supposed to swallow anything we print. After all, we are the New York Times.
"Personally, I was surprised by the volume of the reaction," Bill Keller wrote in a Times Web site Q&A forum. Readers posted 2,000 comments and sent in 3,700 questions. "I was surprised by how lopsided the opinion was against our decision, with readers who described themselves as independents and Democrats joining Republicans in defending Mr. McCain from what they saw as a cheap shot," Keller added. The problem, Keller went on, is that readers didn't get it. "Frankly, I was a little surprised by how few readers saw what was, to us, the larger point of the story."
We wated to hurt the Republicans, and this is all we could find to do it.

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