Rich Low

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/american-greatness-publishes-anti-cuck-poem/

I saw the poem in question and did not read it at American Greatness. Like most websites, I like some of what is there, and not everything else.

However, what struck me here, is this final line by Rich:

And this from the publication that imagines itself an intellectually serioustribune of Trumpism.

Well, golly! For years now, when someone writes something at NRO that I find appalling, I am told that is not the stance of NRO, but the individual writing it. NRO publishes Mona, after all, and she is openly telling Democrats what they need to do to defeat the most conservative administration since Reagan.

So, might I say about National Review on Mona:

And this from the publication that imagines itself the defender of standing athwart history and yelling “Stop!”

I am just, sayin’.

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7 thoughts on “Rich Low”

  1. Oh I’m so glad you  posted this— I missed reading it on AG yesterday!   I love it; it puts me in mind of Pope’s satirical verses.  I don’t see how anybody can object; it’s pretty mild as those things go.

    Loox like Low’s main problem is he thinks it’s about The French Mistake personally, and for some reason all the NTs are sooooo protective of that guy.  But I had no idea he was the target, IF he was; the poem is intelligible and enjoyable without any specific reference.

    …and are you saying Charen  didn’t like it?  Oh! I have nothing  left to wish for!!

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  2. Hypatia:
    Oh I’m so glad you  posted this— I missed reading it on AG yesterday!   I love it; it puts me in mind of Pope’s satirical verses.  I don’t see how anybody can object; it’s pretty mild as those things go.

    Loox like Low’s main problem is he thinks it’s about The French Mistake personally, and for some reason all the NTs are sooooo protective of that guy.  But I had no idea he was the target, IF he was; the poem is intelligible and enjoyable without any specific reference.

    …and are you saying Charen  didn’t like it?  Oh! I have nothing  left to wish for!!

    I am just saying that National Review never stands behind controversial articles, saying “That person does not work for us, they are a contributor and nothing more” while claiming to speak for conservatisim.

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  3. Funny I would never have known NR noticed if not for this post. Neutered Review is irrelevant and will die as soon as its elderly money backers do.

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  4. Robert A. McReynolds:
    Funny I would never have known NR noticed if not for this post. Neutered Review is irrelevant and will die as soon as its elderly money backers do.

    Well, that and their army of overweight and/or mentally ill females, some of whom are males, but NeverTrumpers cannot be picky.

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