I could probably get a bunch of unwanted attention by simply advocating that someone torpedo this ship. I wonder how much damage that would cause to the Mighty Republican Wurlitzer. But, you know, who am I kidding? They could rebuild in a month or two. It’s not like anyone on that manifest has much true talent. In fact, I’d be worried that putting that much stupid in a ship on the high seas might create some kind of vortex that would pull everyone down to the ocean floor. Maybe torpedoes won’t be required.
About The Author
Martin Longman is the web editor of the Washington Monthly. He is also the founder of Booman Tribune and Progress Pond. Before joining the Monthly, Martin was a county coordinator for ACORN/Project Vote and a political consultant. He has a degree in philosophy from Western Michigan University.
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