Hitchens on Galloway
No scare quotes here, Calling Galloway’s Bluff: The Senate uncovers a smoking gun
Yet this is the man who received wall-to-wall good press for insulting the Senate subcommittee in May, and who was later the subject of a fawning puff piece in the New York Times, and who was lionized by the anti-war movement when he came on a mendacious and demagogic tour of the country last month. I wonder if any of those who furnished him a platform will now have the grace to admit that they were hosting a man who is not just a pimp for fascism but one of its prostitutes as well.
I wouldn’t count on it.
I highly recommend Hitchen’s Love, Poverty, and War
(yesterday’s post here)
(technorati tags George Galloway, Oil-For-Food)