- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Oh, this is rich.

According to National Review’s Rich Lowry, “One theory from the Allen camp is that the novel tid-bits didn’t have much effect because they are so lurid the media couldn’t really reproduce them…” (My thoughts on this here.)

Wrong.

The fact that media outlets can’t reproduce, say, profane dialogue from R-rated movies does not mean, ipso facto, that the movie is immoral, or even lurid.

In the interest of fairness on this issue, lemme add that I’ve seen the clip of James Webb reading aloud his book blurbs.

He’s ridiculously smug.


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