Monday, December 28, 2009

In Which the Load Pretends He's Not an Apologist.

The Pantload, aka Doughy Pantload, is pushing back against dual accusations -- a) that he was the Bush Administration's grundelmeister and b) that his views, as exemplified by his call for Janet Napolitano's head, aren't driven purely by party.

Trouble is, here's what he wrote on November 20, 2006, just before Donald Rumsfeld's resignation:

The man who probably deserves the most credit for the low number of American deaths in Iraq is Donald H. Rumsfeld.

Everything is wrong with that sentence. And Goldberg's a flaming fucking partisan tool, the end.

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