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June 28, 2006


What about David Brooks's shot at Kos--same sort of argument by assumption? Or Zengerle's? Broader publication. Intention a direct negative impact on Kos's ability to work. Why should liberals (or even Dems) be particularly concerned about meeting standards which are not applied to Republicans?


Tim, by that rationale why don't we cut off the heads of prisoners detained in Iraq or Afghanistan?


Sadly, there seem to be a great many who really wonder why we don't.


I think of death as different in kind from aspersions on one's character. I think that's a widely held understanding. So it's a bit apples and oranges for me. You, obviously, see the two categories of harms as more similar than I do; that may be an unbridgeable gap.

Somehow I accidentally deleted this comment from Xanthippas -- here it is in its entirety (apologies to him or her):

I don't agree with the general philosophy of "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." It's not only that I think liberals should be above such tactics (that's naieve) but that they don't work. Sinking to the level of conservative commentators is not going to win any ideological battles.

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