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Fob

So, Ramesh is debating The New Republic’s Jonathan Chait on the topic of

“Bush Hatred” (TNR’s — not NR! — cover story this week). The dialogue can

be found here.

However, I was shocked to find this comment by Ramesh: “I agree with you

that the truly nasty kind of Bush hatred that my colleague Byron York has

recently discussed remains a fringe phenomenon. So does York.” I know I

haven’t spoken to Byron recently, but is it really the case that so few

people are reading his copy that he is now remains only a “fringe

phenomenon”!

Say it isn’t so, Ramesh!! Byron, your cult fans still love you!!!

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