Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Stupid people doing stupid things

AS points out the ridiculousness of what recently happened to Ryan Sager at the hands of the Heritage Foundation:

Wednesday night, libertarian Ryan Sager spoke to a little free-market group on the Hill called the Prosperity Caucus. Heritage often plays host to their events. But when Heritage found out that Sager was the speaker this month, the Prosperity Caucus was asked to take things elsewhere.

I don't think many Republicans and conservatives have come out of denial yet about what was done to conservatism in Bush-Rove-DeLay years. Or perhaps the first stage of coming out of denial is anger at those who came out of it years ago.

Heritage was flat out wrong; it was a stupid thing to do. But I marvel at Andrew's inability to stop at just condemning the act. It of course must turn into an indictment of conservatives at large.

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