Lunacy on Parade

Joseph Ashby
Attempting to break the mold of mindlessness, the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen has unleashed the full fury of his intellectual prowess on Sarah Palin.

Cohen’s piece manages to slog out 770 words without squeezing out an ounce of substance. He does make one thing clear: he lies awake at night worrying about Palin. Here is a sample of his Pulitzer-worthy commentary:

…dumb as a mud wall…
…utter disaster…
…awful…
…allergic to briefings…
…uncorrupted by knowledge…
…unfit for office…
…a ditz…

And Cohen gets paid to write this. Remind me again why newspapers are a dying business?


Attempting to break the mold of mindlessness, the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen has unleashed the full fury of his intellectual prowess on Sarah Palin.

Cohen’s piece manages to slog out 770 words without squeezing out an ounce of substance. He does make one thing clear: he lies awake at night worrying about Palin. Here is a sample of his Pulitzer-worthy commentary:

…dumb as a mud wall…
…utter disaster…
…awful…
…allergic to briefings…
…uncorrupted by knowledge…
…unfit for office…
…a ditz…

And Cohen gets paid to write this. Remind me again why newspapers are a dying business?