What the heck? Wasn’t that al-Chemerinsky that I heard again last night on Hugh Hewitt?
He was saying something about these national security leaks being published by The New Yorkjazeera Times
as the “press’s finest hour”—or some such unbelievable treasonous crap.
What’s up with that? I thought you’d taken care of that problem.
Yes, that would be accurate. It was indeed Erwin al-Chemerinsky whom you heard, and that was pretty much what he said. Inexplicably, Hugh apparently believes al-Chemrinsky, a.k.a. American al-Qaeda Consigliere, is a legitimate Leftie to put up against PowerLine’
s John Eastman, a la Crossfire.
But, as we’ve demonstrated here on prior occasions, al-Chemerinsky is a radioactive, anti-American, card-carrying board member of the anti-Christian smear artists known as DefCon. (See last week’s posts.) As for why the normally rational Hugh Hewitt would do something like that, despite being duly informed of the problem, God only knows.
totally outrageous, but we’re not buying into any personal culpability here. Have you taken this up with Hugh? We thought not. Talk to us after you’ve done so. Consider it your civic duty. That e-mail address would be firstname.lastname@example.org.
You rock! Your suggestions yesterday [STICK A FORK IN THEM] for dealing with The New York Times
were inspired. For my part, I’m working on the electromagnetic pulse thing.
But as a lawyer, I have to wonder: Don’t you think the NYT
ought to have a concern about potential legal liability in this whole thing?
Great point, Al. In fact, I was thinking of posting another bullet suggesting a class action suit or something. If there’s some way of quantifying the damage done to U.S. interests, perhaps the government could send The New York Times
an invoice or attach their taxes or place a lien against their property or something for, like, $15 billion. That ought to get their attention.
At the very least, Department of Justice lawyers could initiate discussions with NYT
lawyers about their potential legal liability. Heck, when we can’t have diving boards in municipal swimming pools anymore, you’d think somebody over there might start worrying about potential exposure. We’ve got about 130,000 folks in uniform in Iraq whose lives depend to some extent on our ability to keep military secrets—not to mention some 300 million here at home who are reliant on national security interests.
Right now, if I were a lawyer for The New York Times
, I’d be as nervous as the new guy replacing al-Zarqawi.
I want to boycott the major advertisers in The New York Times
. Have you got that list yet?
Glad you brought that up. Actually, one of the smaller blogs (somebody named Michelle Malkin) beat us to it. Here it is:
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200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
Margaret M. Foran, Senior Vice President,
235 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10017.
Corporate Headquarters 2001 Edmund Halley Drive
Reston, VA 20191
Dong-Jin Oh President & CEO
105 Challenger Road
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
AMD (American Micro Devices)
VAN CLEEF & ARPELS
Happy (not) shopping,