Levenick thinks the outlook is good:
Needless to say, sole recourse to such soft power enormously complicates the task of leadership. But Roberts is--and has been for at least two decades--acutely attentive to the difficulties and possibilities that attend upon the office. A fine example may be found in a June 4, 1985, memo he wrote for the White House regarding the controversial case of Wallace v. Jaffree. . . .
Oh come on, Jonathan. This is how you try to assuage your Republican readership? This tripe?!?
YOUR ATTEMPTS TO PLACATE MY RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION ARE WAN AND PALLID!!!
WHY HAVE YOU NOTHING CONSTRUCTIVE TO SAY?!?
I read this soi-disant "excellent" piece. Equipoise? EQUIPOISE??? Sounds to me like we've got us another Neo-(Yorker)-con! AND YOU KNOW HOW WE FEEL ABOUT THAT!!!
ALL HAIL THE NEW MEDIA!!!
I see from "Anonymous" comments that Bill Kristol has gotten into the cough syrup again...
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