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Well well well, here we are again.  Yes, I'm a little tipsy; just put the two daughters to bed...
So, surely we all hate Slate's "blogger", the unphaseable Mickey Kaus...the best analysis I've ever seen of this despicable, dithyrambic didiot says it like this: "The gentleman's lost his mind, like King Lear, ranting over and over, as he's forced to reply (more than once a day, ha!) that no, no, he's not the famous blogger Markos..."
And no, no, that wasn't his yearly blogfest in Las Vegas this weekend, which some of us were fortunate enough to attend...
So now, on to my point.  The "kausfile" palimsest producer, in his latest screed sponsored by Micro$oft's blog, "Slate", blurts out the following:
kf Calibrates Its Outrage: I rag on Markos Moulitsas for his 2004 "screw them" comment about the four American security contractors killed in Fallujah. That comment was more offensive than anything Ann Coulter's book is currently being criticized for. But I have to say that just as Coulter's comments become much less shocking when read in context...
More On The Flip :)

So, for those of you who've managed to keep the food down to this point, and who're still reading, let me break it down for you...

"Mickey" "Kaus" (aka "No, I'm not the blogger known as Kos") is stating that Markos is worse than Ann "Right wing pornography" Coulter because of his one comment two years ago that mercenaries aren't deserving of respect...

Here's the link, for those of you with fortitude.  After all, the reality-based community is fair, no? And so we give you the links, and you can decide for yourself.

I'd write more, but it's off to bed.  (Yes, I know that the fake "Kaus", who was once, unbelievably, a reporter (allegedly), just wants attention...but, it's kinda irresistable, you know, when the poor fool keeps shooting himself in the foot...

Originally posted to Cienfuegos on Tue Jun 13, 2006 at 11:18 PM PDT.

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