Right wing pundits never fail to provide ample fodder for the amusement of the reality-based community. Grand Poobah of wingnuts, Glenn Reynolds, is fond of citing Pajamas Media for his information.
Sadly for Reynolds, the folks at Pajamas are going out of their way to burn a credibility level that is already in the red.
Putz’s go-to source for “What the liberal media doesn’t want you to know about how awesome Iraq is” posts takes a big credibility hit.
Reports on the credibility and journalistic standards of dead-ender hero Michael Yon…are not promising. Which I supposes goes without saying. (I think the definitive warblogger moment was Judy Miller being invited at the keynote speaker at the Pajamas Media launch party. They don’t want good reporters; they want Bush administration propagandists and stenographers.)
Pajamas is also frequented by neocon psychopath Michael “faster please” Ledeen, who last year broke the news to us that the Grand Ayatollah was dead, and recently served us this gem.
Michael “The Ayatollah Is Dead!” Ledeen dusts off the “Iran’s been at war with us for thirty years” canard:
The Islamic Republic has been at war with us for nearly three decades, and is actively killing Americans, Afghans, Iraqis, and Coalition Forces soldiers today…It’s an pleasant truth that there is no escape for us from the war the Islamic Republic is waging against us.
Quick! Someone tell Condi Rice before she talks to them.
Oops – too late.
Notice how Ledeen makes a noticeable effort to exclude the recent finding that most of Iraq’s foreign fighters are from Saudi Arabia?
Then contributor, Ron Rosenbaum, shows us what a class act he is.
Ah, the old guilt-by-association card.
Can you smell the desperation?
RON PAUL MAY NOT BE AN ANTI-SEMITE, but some of his followers exhibit disturbing tendancies.
Fred Thompson may or may not have participated in lynchings, but I hear the KKK started in Tennessee.
Perhaps Rosenbaum believes that the US military is also predominantly anti-Semitic?
Again, this proves that being right wing means never having to be burdened with shame.