The Most Andrew Sullivanish thing Andrew Sullivan has said in very a long time.
I hope Dish readers realize that what matters is not what I have to say but what the Dish itself slowly unearths after my sundry provocations.
So isochronal bouts of hysterical overreaction aren't a bug; they're a business plan.
And how inspiring to see that Tina Brown's Asparagus Blowjob theory of "journalism"
has been successfully transmitted to the next generation of aging hipster provocapreneurs™
Also, and unrelated, Mr. Sullivan has now sunk to reaching elbow deep into the Kristol Neoconservative Crime Family whelping box --
[Matthew] Continetti was born in Alexandria, Virginia. ... In summer 2002 he did a Collegiate Network internship at the National Review, where he worked as a research assistant for Rich Lowry. He joined The Weekly Standard as an editorial assistant, and later became associate editor....He lives in Arlington, Virginia. He is married to Anne Elizabeth Kristol, the daughter of neo-conservative writer William Kristol...
-- to find a wingman for his weekly Clinton tantrum:
Matthew Continetti is tired of the Clintons’ “passive-aggressive, push-pull tactic of complaining about and condemning supposedly harsh media coverage even as she and her husband and their minions use access and connections to advance their preferred narratives, bullying reporters and outlets who do not conform, and responding to press inquiries with snark and insults and flip and mendacious retorts”...
The Clintons are indeed a target-rich environment, but going Dutch with the author of "The Persecution of Sarah Palin: How the Elite Media Tried to Bring Down a Rising Star" for your afternoon drive-by Clinton and Media bashing is taking lazy, incestuous Beltway slumming to a different level.