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One more quip for the day
Posted by: Billy Hollis on Thursday, September 27, 2007

To complement McQ's earlier entry, I just had to post this laugh-out-loud remark. It's from Jay Nordlinger, and he's discussing Katie Couric's recent remarks on Iraq at the National Press Club:
And if she thinks it’s a journalistic sin to wear a lapel flag or to say “we” when referring to the United States — her journalistic values are way out of whack. Here’s a woman who thinks it’s necessary to be neutral between the United States and al-Qaeda, or the United States and Saddam Hussein. But she apparently feels no compunction to be neutral between the Democratic party and the Republican party.
Yep.
 
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Can we now call her "unpatriotic"?
 
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Why don’t we send the world’s media to an island? They can establish their own country, continue the inbreeding program, and establish unconditional neutrality.
 
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They already have that. CBS calls it "Kid Nation".
 
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