Wednesday, January 19, 2005

The Boxer Revulsion

Roger L. Simon connects Barbara Boxer of the Senate and Sarah Boxer of the NYTimes: "Neither . . . is capable of processing the world around them."

Barbara, the Punchdrunk Boxer, still thinks the fact that we didn't find WMD stockpiles in Iraq is a strong political argument. I've heard it said that the difference between a neurotic and a psychotic is that the former only builds castles in the air, while the other moves in. Boxer is boxed into her own private reality.

The other Boxer is boxed into hers, as well. It's a world where she knows everything she needs to, even though she doesn't know much about blogs, and where you can accuse people in the Middle East of being CIA agents without endangering their lives.


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