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Kevin Wolf

How many ways could you spend your time doing something better than defending Ann Coulter?

If I started a list it would never end.

Matt

Unbelievable.

Matt

Is it possible that this article was written solely to provoke a reaction from liberal bloggers? It's so off-the-charts that I wonder whether there is something else going on here.

Paul the Spud

As if I needed another reason to avoid that rag.

Lance

Matt, I pretty sure it was written and published to start arguments, both on the blogs and on TNR's own website, and I almost didn't post this because of that. But I decided it gave me a good opportunity to link to David Neiwert's posts on Coulter and Shakes' post in the Guardian.

Bulworth

Is TNR purposely trying to get down to zero subscribers?

julia

Yeah, Chait said that.

Unfortunately, before the election he said that despite all that, he hoped Lieberman won because evil liberal hippy bloggers were so annoying.

Campaspe

Not gonna read it. I refuse, especially after Coulter was caught making another nakedly racist remark. Reeve should be ashamed of herself. If this is an attempt to get her name better known in media circles (and really, what else could it be?), there are far more respectable ways to do it than defending the Father Coughlin of our times.

Fearguth

An anagram of Elspeth Reeve is 'the eve lepers'. Fits both Reeve and Coulter, don't you think?

Marion Delgado

Fair's too fair, i think:

"Fair's fair. Not everybody who works at the New Republic is a neo-con apologist. Jonathan Chait, for example, is not all that impressed with Joe Lieberman and explains why in words I approve of because they sound just like something I'd have said."

I would call that TNR bet-hedging. But it's irrelevant as you explain in your followup. Jonathan Chait, for example, thinks he's a judge of talent. Which I judge as delusional.

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