Monday, August 31, 2009

Their Own Worst Enemy


One of the reasons I link to Bob Cesca quite a bit is that he and I seem to think alike on a whole host of topics. He's a little further to the left overall than I am, I'd say (although even that's up for debate), but he knows that being too far in either direction on every single issue renders your opinion null and void because it proves that you're probably working backward in your reasoning. I get the feeling that this is one of the points he's trying to make in his criticism of Salon's Glenn Greenwald and the tendency of some on the left to throw the baby out with the bathwater in their attacks on the current Democratic power structure.

Bob Cesca's Awesome Blog! Go!: Begging Self-Destruction/8.30.09

Related:

DXM: With Friends Like These.../8.21.09

4 comments:

we8.us said...

Your new photo may have been a surprise
To the people, but they didn't realize
what difficulty smiling often implies
the sadness, the bags under your eyes
a sign of someone who bitterly crys

Chez said...

You know what I really despise?

Someone who can't spell "cries."

we8.us said...

There's two ways to spell "crys"
When you want to fantasize
There's the way preferred by guys
Here's some candy for your eyes

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Chez said...

Yeah, that's pretty much who I figured it was. Nobody else would be so shockingly dumb.

Run along now.