Monday, November 27, 2006

The Moral Bankruptcy of Modern Punditry

Yglesias writes:

The primary question facing America's pundit class today is how to avoid responsibility for the situation in Iraq, which is almost certain to get much worse over the next two or three years.

Of course, most of them are responsible. And it's reprehensible that they're engaging in word games which ensure that we will continue to "stay the course" because George W. Bush thinks we're "winning."