Tim im’d me this link to Captain Ed:
On Wednesday, I received a proof copy of Kenneth Timmerman’s new book, Shadow Warriors: The Untold Story of Traitors, Saboteurs, and the Party of Surrender, which tells the tale of the alleged war against the Bush administration within the CIA and State Department. Timmerman is always a fascinating read, but I just haven’t had the chance to get to the book yet.
Traitors? Saboteurs? Party of Surrender? I wonder which party that is about? At any rate, I bet this book is a real objective telling of history- might even have some links to conservapedia and the Washington Times as references. Better run right out and get that, Ed, so you can share the wisdom contained within, although I can save you some time:
“President Bush was acting legally, and doing everything he could to protect us all form being over-run by the Islamofascist masses, who want to come here and make us wear Burkha’s and ass-rape us, but the democrats, the Clinton and Carter hangovers at State, and Valerie Plame’s buddies at the CIA did everything they could to get in the way of defending this nation because they have BUSH DERANGEMENT SYNDROME.”
There. I just saved you 20 bucks and a few hours.
For the rest of you, a game. Below is a list of prominent right-wing bloggers. Starting tomorrow, let’s see who can, in the course of their normal daily blogging, go the longest without:
a.) Calling Democrats traitors, defeatocrats, cheese-eating surrender monkeys, or some variation of the sort.
b.) Linking to someone doing the above.
c.) Linking to an Instapundit link, in which the Instapundit links to someone doing the above but doesn’t discuss it so when called on it, he can claim he was not endorsing it, just throwing it out there.
Hugh Hewitt and Dean Barnett
The Weekly Standard
The Gateway Pundit
My bet is Captain Ed, and I give him five days. Although he has proven himself to be susceptible to this sort of hackery, I think he isn’t completely gone. That, and the weekend starts tomorrow, so blogging will probably be lighter than usual. My guess for shortest is a tie between the Powerline, Malkin, and Hewitt, although NRO, with the multiple posters and the double dumb duo of Levin and Lopez, might run away with the prize. Since I have to guess, though, I am going to go with the Powerline, and I bet they will snap by 4 pm tomorrow.
Place your bets!
*** Update ***
The competition starts tomorrow, nubs.