The Corner

Derbites and Semi-Derbites Strike

#1

Subject: Derb e-mail

Well, if you haven’t gotten any e-mail supporting Derb’s position, let me be the first.

In fact, I think he’s being too soft-hearted — must be that naturalization process…

#2

Subject: dust-up

Rich, it’s simple, you’re wrong and John is right. Add this one to your pile.

#3

Subject: I rise in support of Derb, but only on a point or two

Rich, I agreed with Derb on his point that the US has pulled its punches in the

conduct of this war against terrorists…

Rich Lowry — Rich Lowry is the editor of National Review. He can be reached via email: comments.lowry@nationalreview.com. 

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