Politics is Not Pretty
"The one thing we know for sure is that the Right's reaction is providing a full-on sneak preview of its strategy to defeat Obama if he is the Democratic nominee," Kilgore writes. "And it ain't pretty."
Hard to imagine it will be any uglier than the 2000 NAACP ad comparing George Bush's position on hate-crime legislation to the lynching of James Byrd.
UPDATE: Here's Will's "hysterical" reaction. You be the judge.
UPDATE: Meanwhile, Thomas Sowell recall a lefty kindred spirit and his opinion of the lower middle class:
Fabian socialist George Bernard Shaw included the working class among the "detestable" people who "have no right to live." He added: "I should despair if I did not know that they will all die presently, and that there is no need on earth why they should be replaced by people like themselves."
UPDATE III: Frank J. says, "When Spiderman is bitter, he clings to walls."
Superheroes are not going think that is very funny. OK, maybe the ones at D.C. but not Marvel.