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    The comments directed at the Koch brothers at left-wing blogs have been among the most vile I have seen anywhere on any topic.

    But this one by frequent commenter Marc22309, who has published over 1800 “letters” (what calls comments) certainly is among the most vile:

    It’s interesting how not a single other commenter at criticised the use of lynching language, and has left the comment standing. So much for’s enlightened liberal readership.

    For the record, no, I don’t “blame” Think Progress and Lee Fang.

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    Jeez, even the NYT gave signs today of backing off:

    "Cancer Research Before Activism, Billionaire Conservative Donor Says"

    It doesn't matter. Once those bozos on the leftosphere get into a good hate, truth does not matter. Nor does it matter how long and storied the lefty credentials, of degree of deviation from the latest line equals thoughtcrime to that crowd.

    Look at Ann Althouse, a law prof who voted for Obama, now reviled because she dares to ask questions.

    @MaggotAtBroadAndWall – if you stop reading him you will cut his readership in half. Really, I don't worry about low-level nutroots bloggers, and neither should you.

    If you thumb through the Leftie Manual, I believe there is a section explaining that it is okay to say nasty things about white people, including successful Jews. These comments A-OK. They are only offensive when they are aimed at history's only victims, black folks. Eric Holder recently clarified this point.


    Unlike our supposedly brilliant president who makes this same mistake again and again, Professor Jacobson understands one of Reagan's great axioms: "Always fight up, never fight down."

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