July 16, 2009

McIlheran's authorities

Oh yes. It's a straight line from community organizing to crack cocaine dealer. Community organizers use crack cocaine in exchange for votes.
American Spectator's Matthew Vadum
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's political calumnist and (mostly) inveterate hyperlinker to "good reading on the web" Patrick McIlheran has apparently given up at marshaling his own alleged "thoughts" on the Sotomayor confirmation hearings.

The other day, McIlheran quoted approvingly and at length from some nut-right knob who called Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Sonia Sotomayor "a mediocrity" (how's that for irony) whose "main qualifications are that she is a Latina and a woman."

The said nut-right knob is one Matthew Vadum, who for McIlheran is an authority by way of being "American Spectator's" Matthew Vadum. It almost goes without saying that Mr. Vadum's credentials for evaluating Judge Sotomayor's qualifications are approaching nil.

He's also a bit of an idiot:

Matthew Vadum begins at 1:27

Good reading on the web. It's nice to see that the Journal-Sentinel is presenting fair, unbiased coverage of the Sotomayor hearings.

More McIlheran: Congress = Murderers.

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