Over at Powerline, John Hinderaker (nee Hindrocket) is outraged. Sen. Mark Dayton (D-MN), he says, may have set a new low when he used the death of a Minnesota soldier to launch a cheap shot against the Bush administration.
a soldier in Iraq being short of armor. But sand? He continues: It is up to soldiers in the field to protect themselves. If they want more sandbags, they should get more sandbags, as Cpl. Bruce apparently did.
So, according to Hinderaker, the idea of a sandbag shortage is ludicrous and its Cpl. Bruces fault that he couldnt get his hands on enough bags to save his life...read on
World O' Crap has more : The Question the WSJ Failed to Ask:
Why Do Liberals Keep Saying 'Big Trunk' and 'Hindrocket' Are the Gayest Noms de Blog on Earth?
From "Big Trunk":
The missing question
What is the breakdown of left-wing moonbats versus right-wing nuts who obscenely project their fantasies of homosexual conduct on bloggers they wish to abuse? Based on our experience with the beating heart of the left, I bet that the answer to that question tilts astronomically toward the left-wing moonbats who hold themselves out as the guardians of civil liberties from the similarly imaginary depredations of George Bush and John Ashcroft. Unfortunately, however, that's the missing question from the Wall Street Journal's poll report: "Two fifths of Americans online have read political blogs."
Yes, how could those jerks at the Wall Street Journal (whom, as you may recall, recently wrote an unsigned editorial which implicitly called the Power Line boys morons) consider themelves to be professional journalists and fail to ask such a question? And how could Harris, which actually conducted the poll, have been so remiss in neglecting such an important issue?
Anyway, we'll try to make it up to Big Trunk by conducting our own poll. Please answer the following questions if you feel like you are a statistically relevent representation of some demographic group. read on