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Sullivan’s Newfound Priggishness
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I’ve been pretty tough on Ann Coulter; I’ve signed onto an open letter arguing against having her back at CPAC, and I’ve written a piece saying the same thing more harshly. But somehow Andrew Sullivan has put me in the position of half-defending her: Her use of that word, as appallingly inappropriate as it was, was not quite the thoughtcrime that Andrew elevates it to — and there was a time when Andrew might well have been the first person who’d say so. Compare what he says now to this post of his from 2001. He was a lot more easy-going back then, wasn’t he?

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