Sunday, October 14, 2007


This should get some notice at The Atlantic:

James Fallows:

I am old enough to remember, from my school years, the disdainful reaction in my home town to the news that Martin Luther King had won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964...the stated form of the objection concerned not King's race but his obnoxiousness as a man. He was a windbag. He was pompous and self-dramatizing, He was holier than thou.

Andrew Sullivan:

Gore...But he's also insufferable. And can you imagine how more pompous he's going to be now?

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