What A Popular Conservative Thinks

December 17, 2007 at 3:46 pm | Posted in conservatives | 2 Comments

Jonah Goldberg:

The quintessential liberal fascist isn’t an SS storm trooper; it is a female grade-school teacher with an education degree from Brown or Swarthmore.


(courtesy of Matthew Yglesias

It’s coming out January 8th. It’s the 18th most popular book in the Conservatism section of Amazon.com. I bet it will be a bestseller. He writes for National Review, the center of modern conservatism. Is this truly how conservatives want to be represented? Is this truly how they want to be known? For such unhinged stupidity? Is this really the best modern conservatism has to offer? Let me just say, you guys are a sad lot if that is the case.

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  1. […] bet it can. Read for yourself what a popular conservative thinks now about liberals. The quintessential liberal fascist isn’t an SS storm trooper; it is a […]

  2. I am curious if you find this any more or less ridiculous than the constant stream of anti-Bush drivel and vile that spews from the left?

    After all, this is one of the few times I’ve seen the word fascist used by a conservative author recently. Over the five or six years the term has been used almost exclusively by left-wing myrmidons who think hating President Bush is an Olympic sport where they must try to outdo each other in both irrationality and spilled bile.

    Then again, you could always visit LewRockwell.com. They seem to think everyone, save Ron Paul, is a socialist.


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