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Without Irony, I Fear

Andrew Sullivan, in the context of discussing the ridiculousness that is the Weekly Standard, writes:

As for Continetti, he wouldn’t be the first young man in a hurry in Washington. You’d be amazed at what ambition can get people to write, even in earnest.

See also, Andrew Sullivan in 1994.


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  1. Irony is dead. Witness Dana Perino accusing the Obama administration of politicizing the war on terror. For good measure, she throws in an astonishing lie: “there were no terror attacks when George W Bush was president.”

  2. MB

    And yet Obama just handed her a seat on the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

    A perpetual motion machine, it is . . .

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