driftglass: In Which David Brooks Looks Upon Imaginary Conservatism’s Mighty Works and Despairs


From an obscenity-laden angry liberal blog, I like this characterization, although… I think NO one pays attention to Brooks any more. He’s off on the side, wringing his hands to an audience of, like… 6 people.

«Instead (and in answer to those questions) I believe Brooks is a serious, committed Wingnut middleman — sort of the Fundamentalist’s pet PBS Mennonite — which IMHO is much more dangerous than a fully outed [Tom] DeLay.»

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