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William Kristol, a man who I have said before should have to work for a living instead of writing dishonest newspaper columns was let go by the New York Times when his contract expired. Many of us were relieved that the man who almost singlehandedly campaigned for the Iraq War was gone. But then the Washington Post gave him a job.
Judging from the readers’ comments on this recent article, Washington Post readers aren’t at all happy with this turn of events. Read the comments; they are very informative. As I have said before, William Kristol should have a job more suited to his talents, like being a janitor or working in a supermarket bagging groceries.
According to the Washington Post and Macworld Magazine, the Mac-loving Obama administration was shocked to find the White House full of outdated PC’s.
“It’s well-known that Obama himself is a Mac fan, and not surprisingly, his campaign staff was largely powered by a fleet of Macs as well.”
The magazine goes on to suggest that Apple donate to Obama his very own Macbook Air One posthaste.
I was right again, and once again William Kristol was wrong. Today he quoted Newsmax, which is wrong even more than Kristol is, saying that Barack Obama was present when the Reverend Wright made the inflammatory speech that is all over rightwing radio (especially our friend Dori Monson’s show).
Well, as usual Mr. Kristol was wrong, Obama was in Florida giving a speech, and Kristol has now posted an apology on the New York Times website. Not really enough to undo the damage.
Here’s a link to a blog I wrote a few months ago about how William Kristol is always wrong:
I may not always be right, but I sure have a better track record than the rightwing cheshire cat Mr. Kristol.