Worth a read

January 13, 2006 at 7:10 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I just came across James Wolcott’s blog, and saw his recent entry on Pajamas Media. Quote:

“In a feeble attempt to draw attention to itself before it sinks into the briny deep under the dead weight of its founders Charles Johnson and Roger L. Simon and its undistinguished blogroll, Pajamas Media showcases an attack on me by Michael Fumento, and seldom has a writer been more aptly named. Like fellow werewolf David Horowitz, Fumento is always fuming at loud volume in an effort to be heard above the din of his own raging thoughts, which allow him no rest, plaguing his sleep, and making him no fun to be around.”

Great stuff.

Looking at older entries, which also skewer people like LGF, we also find this choice selection:

“But I don’t understand why someone as politically keen as The Nation’s David Corn would lend his name to the editorial board of Pajamas Media, the greatest assembly of conservative deadbeats since Jonah Goldberg’s last fondue party. What an illustrious roster of ideological utensils make up Pajamas’ masthead: Michael Barone…John Podhoretz…Tim Blair…and this inveterate stirpot, whose presence all decent men and women should shun until proper disinfectant can be found. By allowing his name to be slated on the editorial board, Corn is letting himself be used as a figleaf enabling Pajamas to pretend that it’s a bipartisan effort instead of what it so flagrantly is, a neocon popstand.

Does Corn really want to be associated with fun blogs like Little Green Footballs and Gates of Vienna (“At the siege of Vienna in 1683 Islam seemed poised to overrun Christian Europe. We are in a new phase of a very old war”)?”Check it out.

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