Andrew Sullivan quotes from General Barry McCafferty, who has just come back from Iraq and makes the following observation: “The bottom line,” McCaffrey writes, “is a dramatic and growing momentum for economic and security stability which is unlikely to be reversible. I would not characterize the situation as fragile.” Sullivan responds: He was there; I’ve never been. But I wonder if he’s right. I sure | Read More »
Jules Crittenden Reads Andrew Sullivan So That You Don’t Have To
Behold. The last excerpted paragraph is nothing short of perfect. So when are the Atlantic’s editors finally going to be embarrassed enough by this obsession over the identity of Trig Palin’s mother to take action and ensure that their magazine is no longer (pardon the pun) sullied by Andrew’s employment there?
Sullivan just goes to far.. Erick is happily married.
Joe Wurzelbacher is evidently a “neocon.” Check out the supposed “reason” why. There are a lot of people who maintain that “neocon” is, in the hands of some, a way to smear a certain group of people–a group to which I proudly belong. Andrew Sullivan just went a long way towards justifying those concerns. And yes, others have noticed Sullivan’s tendency to engage in this | Read More »
On The Voluble Joe Biden
Evidently, he is even harder to get for a press conference these days than is Sarah Palin: It might be surprising to some to learn that Sarah Palin is now talking to her national press corps more often than Joe Biden. While the once silent Palin has taken questions from reporters that travel with her three times in the last week, Biden has not offered | Read More »
The New Inquisition
If you were to torture yourself reading Andrew Sullivan’s rantings, you’d learn that he considers himself a Roman Catholic who differs from essential Church teachings on… ahem important matters. Nevertheless, he’s willing to condemn Sarah Palin for the teachings of her church, since he asserts that she is required to hold these views as a condition of being in it:
Dear Atlantic Editors
Please fire Andrew Sullivan. Your reputation depends on it.
Do The Atlantic’s Editor’s Browse The Internet From Time To Time?
If so, they should find Josh Treviño’s evisceration of Andrew Sullivan’s ridiculous claim that Southern evangelicals are “the mainstay of the torture regime in this country.” Of course, Sullivan has been on a bender concerning “Christianism,” which is a term he defines as “people doing stuff with religion that I don’t like,” much as he defines “neoconservatism” as “people doing stuff with politics that I | Read More »
Pardon Me For Asking This Again, But . . .
What? You know, it’s one thing to link to this video with an aside about how rich and varied and somewhat weird the Internet is and how it is full of strange little projects that have captured the imaginations of their creators. It is another thing altogether to introduce this video as laudatory agitprop that you think is the greatest message to have been delivered | Read More »
Since When does Andrew Sullivan have a husband?
This is on Andrew Sullivan’s page: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 A Note To My Readers 09 Sep 2008 01:00 pm Thank you for your many emails of concern. For the record, I’m absolutely fine, nothing has changed with this blog, no one is pressuring me to write or not write anything, and I spent part of the day yesterday with my husband soaking up the | Read More »
Andrew Sullivan Gets some Extra Time to Spend with His Family
For those who may not have been obsessively watching Andrew Sullivan swirling the drain at The Atlantic over the last week, you might be interested to know that Sullivan abruptly stopped posting early yesterday afternoon with this toss-off post. Now, Sully is pretty much as obsessive about posting as Instapundit; if you briefly check his site, you’ll see that he often throws up in the | Read More »
Andrew Sullivan’s Palin Derangement Syndrome makes him say anti-semitic rant
Since John McCain named Sarah Palin to be his running mate last Friday it has caused a new Mental Health disorder among the nation’s drive-by media. This disorder is Palin Derangement Syndrome (PDS), it is simlair to Bush Derangement Syndrome except the focus of the derangement is Gov. Palin and not President Bush. The most severe case of PDS is that The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan. | Read More »
More dishonest hackery from Excitable Andy
In this episode, Andrew Sullivan is alluding some sort of equivalence between Jeremiah Wright, the bona fide left-wing political extremist who was Barack Obama’s paster for twenty-plus years, and Larry Kroon, who is pastor of Wasilla Bible Church, where Sarah Palin currently attends. I read the transcript of the sermon that bent Sullivan so out of shape, and it’s your typical Sunday morning message. The | Read More »
Andrew Sullivan epic fail (again)
We see today that Andrew Sullivan has experienced another Palingasim over the potential for some seedy detail about what a horrible person Gov. Palin is and if elected to the Vice Presidency will damage the American nation to its’ very foundation. Todd Palin’s former business partner files an emergency motion to have his divorce papers sealed. Oh God. –Andrew Sullivan 9/5/2008, The daily Dish. Apparently, | Read More »