James Poulos channels his considerable descriptive and deductive powers, ultimately for the collective good, in this DoubleThink Online piece, but the opening salvo really does read like a treatment for one of those slasher flicks he so dislikes (Although, full disclosure, I enjoyed Funny Games, aside from a few annoying meta-moments, more than any political event or debate this election season):
Picturing wattled old Hill and Bill (O’Reilly) side by side, getting foundationed, patted, and powdered before launching into whatever unholy schtick they’ve planned makes for about as nightmarish a vision as I can conjure before the sun goes down.
As always with Poulos, read the whole thing and visit his frequently updated personal site daily.
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