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  •  For this we lost Robert Scheer? (none)
    Bleecccchhhh.

    <sound of cat coughing up furball>

    The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer. - Henry Kissinger

    by occams hatchet on Thu Nov 17, 2005 at 01:32:58 PM PST

    •  It made me gag.. (none)
      ...my morning pancakes. And those are great pancakes! To be called a moonbat in my own home by my own newspaper! I'll start composing my LTE now.
    •  So here's my LTE . . . (4.00)
      Dashed this off quickly, giving it the proper deliberation it deserves:

      Editor:

      Re: "A lie for a just cause," Nov. 17

      LOVE the new humor columnist - what's his name, Judas Goldbrick? Golddigger? Goldschlager? Whatever - he is FUNNY! Whew! Haven't laughed that hard in a long time.

      HAHAHAHAHAHA! Next time, though, please give me fair warning before you replace a sober, serious writer like Robert Scheer with one of the guys from Bill Maher's show. I mean, how can you expect me to read something so hysterical, and keep down my breakfast!? I almost sprayed my Bran Flakes all over my sudoku!

      Woo-hooo! What's next - Jon Stewart for Jonathan Chait? Ah-HAH-ha-ha-ha-HAH!

      You guys crack me up.

      Sincerely,
      Occam's Hatchet


      The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer. - Henry Kissinger

      by occams hatchet on Thu Nov 17, 2005 at 02:26:44 PM PST

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      •  Here's mine: (4.00)
        "Deranged Moonbats"? Is this the best offered from the man you chose to replace Robert Scheer? Was it worth replacing a columnist who had given thirteen years to the Times?

        In his second sentence this columnist uses a pejorative to put down the majority of citizens of this country. These citizens have stopped believing the lies and assorted mis-truths brought to us by the Bush Administration. We know the Administration was hell-bent for war. They believed anyone who told them what they wanted to hear. Then they made the case for war while cherry picking evidence. This is now accepted fact when one remembers the Downing Street Minutes and the faulty sources, such as Ahmed Chalabi, used by the Administration.

        This leads to my next questions: Why is Mr. Goldberg so behind the times? And for that matter, why is the Times behind Mr. Goldberg?

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