Walking The Appalachian Trail And Trampling On The Voices Of Freedom
Roger L. Simon gives us the reductio ad adsurbum of warblogging:
Nevertheless, Mark Sanford’s out-of-control Father’s Day jaunt to Buenos Aires is particularly ill-timed, not just because of the obvious disrespect to his wife, children, friends, citizens of his state, political party, etc.
At this moment, the eyes of this country should be fixed on the horrific events coming from that company and the struggle for freedom against all odds by many of its brave citizens. They need our support more than anything.
I hope you're listening, politicians, stop everything in your personal lives or you'll make the protestors cry. For that matter, sure, we could debate fundamental health care reform, but how will that carry on the spirit of Neda?
I think even Andrew Sullivan would be embarrassed by this.