Cruel Intentions

Alan Colmes apologized, but Eugene Robinson digs in mocking the Santorums and how they dealt with the death of their son. 

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They hate the guy’s politics and courage of conviction. I get it. But do you have to be shamefully contemptuous about it? 

 

Kathryn Jean Lopez — Kathryn Jean Lopez is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review. Sign up for her weekly NRI newsletter here. This column is based on one available through Andrews McMeel Universal’s Newspaper Enterprise Association.