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E. Emmett Tyrrell, founder of the American Spectator, uses the famous Goldwynism to describe his attitude toward the conservative critics of the Harriet Miers nomination. He cites pragmatic political reasons. Read his important thoughts, and then compare them to Peggy Noonan's opposite political calculations.

We live in interesting times.

Thomas Lifson   10 13 05

E. Emmett Tyrrell, founder of the American Spectator, uses the famous Goldwynism to describe his attitude toward the conservative critics of the Harriet Miers nomination. He cites pragmatic political reasons. Read his important thoughts, and then compare them to Peggy Noonan's opposite political calculations.

We live in interesting times.

Thomas Lifson   10 13 05