Thursday, March 10, 2011

He'll Be Remembered, Alright

Charles Johnson, at Little Green Footballs:

"Long-time Washington Post columnist David Broder died today at the age of 81.  He’ll be missed, as one of the most careful and knowledgeable Washington correspondents in our history — qualities that are on the decline in modern journalism."

Not around here, he won't.  Here, he'll be remembered as the grand champion of bipartisanship, whenever that means Democrats capitulating to Republican theft of the national wealth, and to the idea that the people of power and money in this country know so much more than the rest of us, and care so much more about the welfare of our country, that the rest of us should just shut up and do whatever they tell us.

'Bye, David.  Don't worry, you won't be missed.  There are plenty more out there who will take your salary to flak for the oligarchy.

2 comments:

Shaw Kenawe said...

He was a dedicated Villager. I won't miss him.

Green Eagle said...

Well, Green Eagle will miss him, but only because he provided so much opportunity for ridicule. Other than that, good riddance, David.