FauxPolitik

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Re: Suckage: Cronkite's quote is telling:
This gives me a chance to sound off with a few words or a long editorial. It’s a medium that is new and interesting, and I thought I’d have some fun.

I can't wait for the first time a couple thousand bloggers come storming down on Cronkite for a making a factual error, intentional or not. The term "Fisking" may get replaced (although Cronkite's name doesn't lend itself to the phrase quite as well...perhaps "taking a Cronkite" will catch on as a euphamism for a particular bodily function).

Anyway, pundits from both sides who thought the blogosphere was powerless, or a place to have some fun, have learned otherwise. Bill O'Reilly, white courtesy phone. Dan Rather, check with your lawyer. Paul Krugman, we have a few questions for you.

And each of them is more capable of engaging in the debate than Warren Beatty and Nora Ephron.

1 Comments:

  • For bodily functions, no name will ever replace the great Mike Dukakis, as in:

    "Find a rest stop quickly -- I have to Dukakis!"

    In mixed company, just say you're "going to Mike's house."

    By Blogger enobarbus, at 1:43 PM  

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