Monday, January 21, 2008

I may have spoken too soon on Favre love

For it is considerably less harmful and yet less banal than the herculean priapism of the modern conservative pundit.

Bill Kristol ladies and gentlemen, in his third New York Times column does a discount version of Peggy Noonan (in fact Nooners should consider a plagiarism suit):

Mitt Romney is the very model of a modern venture capitalist. Mike Huckabee is the very model of a modern evangelical. Rudy Giuliani is the very model of a modern can-do executive. They are impressive modern men all. But John McCain is a not-so-modern type. One might call him a neo-Victorian — rigid, self-righteous and moralizing, but (or rather and) manly, courageous and principled.

Maybe a dose of this type of neo-Victorianism is what the 21st century needs.

I'm confident that only the thought of bombing brown people into gravy gives Bill Kristol a stiffy -- so obviously his "Straight Talkin' Boner" leans right with McCain.

For what really is more "Victorian" than repressed sexuality coupled with repressing the "Coolies"?

It must be luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuv.

Recently discovered film of Bill Kristol & John McCain:

I hope Petraeus isn't jealous.

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