Let’s Make Sense!

I’ve been out and did not see the Dem debate. If you did and want to discuss it, feel free.

I notice the geniuses at Protein Wisdom have posted a photo of my friend Glenn Greenwald under the title, “Face of a Racist,” but the links that accompany the photo don’t lead to anything about Glenn. If you keep following links (righties have an aversion to linking directly to original sources) eventually you get to an article about a program at the University of Delaware that really does sound creepy and objectionable. But I’m not seeing a connection to Glenn.

If anyone wants to waste time trying to make sense out of Protein Wisdom, have at it. I’ll pass.

Update: I see that my good buddy Bob Geiger is endorsing Chris Dodd for President. Bob makes a persuasive argument, I must say.

8 thoughts on “Let’s Make Sense!

  1. I would trade Gravel in and take Richardson out. I like to see these smart people run their mouths and thoughts against the clock. It’s a real good indicator of how they will do in a four-year marathon. I could stand to listen to any one of them for four or eight years…except for Richardson and Dodd.

  2. Don’t get me wrong. I think Dodd is a great Senator. I just don’t want to see him on TV every night for four years.

    This is why there won’t be another Abraham Lincoln. Dude, we’re not casting a television show. We’re electing a president. Look at the substance, not the packaging.

  3. Well, doh!

    The RAs have been taught that a “racist is one who is both privileged and socialized on the basis of race by a white supremacist (racist) system. The term applies to all white people (i.e., people of European descent) living in the United States, regardless of class, gender, religion, culture, or sexuality.”

  4. Tom from LA — so a photo of any white person would have worked, and they just took advantage to kick Glenn? How like a wingnut — fighting bigotry with more bigotry.

  5. It was a reductio ad absurdem, if you take Gleen’s self-perception at face value.

    No, racism must be something other than what Shakti Butler defines it to be, you see.

  6. It was a reductio ad absurdem, if you take Gleen’s self-perception at face value.

    Glenn’s a friend of mine and a lovely human being. His “self-perception” is that he’s a guy who cares about liberty and justice for all. What your problem is I don’t want to know.

    In other words, there is no connection to Glenn other than in a few sick minds. And comments are closed.

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