And lives to tell the tale. Once again: Isn't Meyerson's tale supposed to one from the "reality-based community"? And since it so obviously is not, what on Earth is the Washington Post doing allowing Meyerson to draw a salary?
It is one thing to have differing political opinions. Obviously, no one should think that we have or should have political uniformity to the degree that no dissenting opinions are allowed. At the same time, when a columnist's arguments are so clearly and consistently divorced from the facts, one must come to the conclusion that said columnist adds no value to the conversation and that better punditry can be found--and paid for--from others.