From this morning’s “Brian and the Judge,” it comes at the end of a lecture about why Rush Limbaugh should apologize for the “phony soldiers” comment regardless of what he actually meant. Hey champ, since we’re giving out advice about contrition, let me offer some back: prefacing your apology with an ominous aside like “I won’t say what I think about Michelle Malkin,” as if to suggest that your honest opinion is so vile that it’s unfit for public discourse, tends to dilute the moral content of the subsequent “I’m sorry.” It’s like sending flowers in a vase filled with piss. At best, the message is, shall we say, a tad ambiguous.
Just skip ahead to 2:30 and ignore all the crap about Gitmo at the beginning. It’s nothing you haven’t heard before. Click the image to listen.