Kaus vs Kaus

Same post - with subsequently added, bonus spin:

Howie Carr condemned Imus? If memory serves, Howie Carr's radio show was the most offensive radio program I'd ever heard when I listened to it during the 2000 New Hampshire primary--more offensive, in terms of ethnic insensitivity and general sneering inhumanity than anything I've seen attributed to Imus's broadcast.

**--In 2004, I appear to have blogged that when I tuned in again that year, "Carr's show wasn't vile anymore." I defer to my 2004 self on that issue. Still. ...

Look: Mickey is not guilty of anything here but blogging in real time - and of having blogged in real time for years. Some minor inconsistencies over the years are inevitable - in fact proof that you're a human being and not a robot. I just wish he were a little more tolerant of others, ahem, in the same boat.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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