Chait has a very good time at Juan Cole's expense:
Cole begins by invoking a type -- "People like Goldberg" - that he declines to define. He proceeds to accuse Goldberg of failing to state his view of the Palestinian question -- which, as we'll see, is like accusing Jonathan Cohn of failing to state his view of the American health care system. He then produces a metaphor that sounds like something out of a hallucinogenic Monty Python cartoon - "militant ostriches"? - before making the baseless claim that Goldberg has called him a bigot. (Goldberg hasn't, though I'm sure one of the "People like Goldberg" has.) Cole then begins free associating about Avigdor Lieberman, either in some attempt to link Lieberman's views with Goldberg's without quite saying so, or to make the point that Cole can't be a bigot because Lieberman is, or possibly because he got started on the topic of Zionists he doesn't like and couldn't stop himself.