Its a truism on the left that the conservative online presence, heir to the conservative direct mail business, is nothing but a grifter's grift, a Nigerian scam run out of the whitest of white precincts somewhere in the bowels of neo-confederatscamstan. And if the emergency emails I get from Bill Buckley's Whited Sepulchre, The National Review Online, are any indication this remains true. Here, in its entirety, is the missive I just got from them:
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A weird trick indeed.
Wait....why isn't everyone trying it already? You'd think a secret like that would get out.
I know,right? That money is just lying on the table! I was at the Bar Foundation a long time ago and the proto-libertarians there were always arguing that there was no such thing as racist employment discrimintion anymore because "people could sue" and the "money was just lying on the table" so it would be "cheaper" to employ blacks and women than white guys. The women and the (few) non whites (did we even have any?) just looked askance. But thats where I learned the concept of money "being left on the table."ReplyDelete