Mark Levin, and a group of other conservatives, signed a letter and asked for the dismissal of a Crossroads (Karl Rove’s PAC) aide for characterizing MRC’s head, Brent Bozell, as a “hater.”
Read the article. Am I crazy or is the editor of this piece mocking Levin and standing up for establishment kingmaker Karl Rove?
Are there any big sites that aren’t dismissive of conservatives and the TEA Party?
We are in trouble.
UPDATE: No reading between the lines necessary. The Daily Caller has laid it on the line -
One of the objections to the letter by The Daily Caller is the implication that Bozell is beyond reproach because he is a Buckley, and that he is an important figure in conservative American History and conservative legacies should enjoy some protection from the GOP, a 1st cousin of the conservative party.
The DC Caller editor will have none of it, mocking the “legacy” angle by asking if Ron Reagan Jr. should be hands off, as well, for being a Reagan.
The DC Caller is not only having trouble with the TEA Party, but they are having trouble identifying the left from the right. Why would anyone on the right hold up Ron Jr. as someone immune from attack, legacy or not? It’s a clown analogy that embarrasses clowns.
The only big site worth going to is American Thinker. The rest are all suspect as far as I’m concerned.