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Steve Dillard, one of my old blogging heroes (now retired), was on Hardball last night to talk about this crazy idea that Giuliani shouldn't get a free pass on being pro-baby-murder on his way to the Presidency. You can infer how I feel about that position.
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Anyway, there's a lot to enjoy in this, but my favorite parts come when Steve calls Giuliani an extremist on abortion (behold Matthews's response); when Steve deftly pirouettes through the cliche bits on the Iraq War; and, best of all, when Matthews offers a laugh to the audience with an opener -- I'm transcribing this verbatim -- "the Hierarchy, which is populated, as you and I know, with a lot of Republicans, the Archbishops and above." Putting to the side that the overwhelming majority of American Bishops, Archbishops, and Cardinals are Democrats by birth and tradition (if you disregard issues relating to fornication, sodomy, and the murder of humans, they'd be lauded by liberals far and wide), I just have to say this: Pope Benedict is a Republican? He's the only thing standing "above the Archbishops."
I mean, his coolness factor was through the roof before, but now we're in serious demigod land. (No blasphemy intended, Your Holiness.)
Steve was much more polite than that, but did a great job. Check it out.