Big funny: HuffPo mocks new Coulter column … remembering her dead father

posted at 12:08 pm on January 14, 2008 by Allahpundit

Whether it’s Tony Snow’s cancer, the comparative good intentions of Hitler and Stalin, or the urgent need for a military coup, no one does “satire” like HuffPo. How bad is this one? So bad that even the blogosphere’s most notorious comment section is put off by it, although stick with the debate long enough and you’ll see it ends up where all progressive line-crossing eventually does, in a contest between the self-congratulatory “I’m tired of being morally superior to the wingnuts” and the equally self-congratulatory “we must remain morally superior to the wingnuts.” I didn’t read to the end but I’m pretty sure it ends in a draw.

Elsewhere, Darleen Click helpfully deconstructs the moral superiority of “I can see your balls.”

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By mentioning a drunken gin blossomed Kennedy in the same tribute?

I’ll pass, my father is worth more than that to me.

AprilOrit on January 15, 2008 at 2:54 AM

He sounds like the sort of man who would have appreciated what she said…and I guess she would know. Agreed?

capitalist piglet on January 15, 2008 at 4:33 AM

Wow. What a mature response.

It’s interesting; I’ve been over to Huff and Kos occasionally to take the temperature of the other side, and I can see that they think we on the right are as crazy as we think they on the left are.

Yet just before their intelligence impresses me, out of their mouths pours an ungodly amount of profanity and cursing, which completely undercuts their position, their credibility, and their arguments.

fossten on January 15, 2008 at 8:19 AM

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