Provocative post titled “Some Dare Call It a Theocracy” by Max Blumenthal at the newly minted Huffinton Post blog, and this piece on Ipods is worth a gander. Of course, I will probably make it a daily read just to see what Jim Pinkerton has to say.
I do have to ask, shouldn’t a blog like this, in the spirit of openness that most bloggers adhere to, have a public hits counter? I use the hit counter on other sites all the time, because it helps you find the daisy chain of who is saying what. Yes, I understand there is technorati and memorandum, but I like the quick and dirty way of seeing who is directing what where.
Overall, I like the site- I am interested in what Jon Cusack, Harry Shearer, and Elizabeth Warren and many others have to say. Some may have mocked it, but I bet it turns out to be a great success. Personally, I can’t wait for the first bitter internecine struggle, which is bound to happen when someone pisses someone else off. Too many diverse opinions for that not to happen.
Hey, don’t forget David Mamet, one of the few relatively conservative (albeit obscence) voices in Hollywood…
Blumenthal has an interesting point: at what point does a Republican Party hijacked by extremists become irrelevant? Or dangerous?
And to think I thought the Democrats would be brought down by their extremists first…
I’m just waiting for the restraining order.
Cripes. Sid Blumenthal is as wide-eyed as ever.
Another fear monger.
It isn’t Sid Blumenthal. It is Max Blumenthal.
The dead give-away was the byline that stated “Max Blumenthal” and this quote from the post:
“Provocative post titled “Some Dare Call It a Theocracy” by Max Blumenthal at the newly minted Huffinton Post blog…”
The GOP sky is falling! The GOP sky is falling!
We’ve been found out by someone named Max Blumenthal, Eva Gabor Huffington, and lately, Mr. John Cole.