I think Republicans are trying read hard not to be stupid so that Bobby Jindal won’t call them out on it.
But he didn’t mention blabbering, and The National Review leads the way.
Eliana Johnson wrote an editorial criticizing President Obama for using the term “senseless violence” in describing the Holocaust. Of course, more than a few people cringed.
So then she wrote a crazy editorial defending her first editorial from those who wondered why she thought violence made sense.
The hysterical reaction elicited by my post underscores precisely the point I intended to make–that the notion, now deeply ingrained on the left, that violence is by definition senseless and incomprehensible poses an enormous impediment to understanding the world and the forces at work in it.
Being an editorial writer is a hard job because it’s not knowing what to write that’s important. It’s knowing when to shut up. If Ms. Johnson’s editorial makes sense to you, you need to put down the bong and the beer can.
It appears in her attempt to demonize the left that Ms. Johnson has some ’splainin’ to do about the sense behind a man going into the schoolhouse and shooting little children.
I’m just giving y’all the heads up that babbling is the new stupid.
Thanks to Robert for the heads up.