March 15, 2007
In Dubious Barack
Steve Sailer, bête noire of the Politically Correct, is on a roll.
Here he dissects the would-be Messiah Obama's racial persona, as reflected in is first biography.
Here he ponders the dubious Barack at greater length.
And here he provides a lucid and cant-free take on Jimmy Carter's Israel book. This last post has attracted some commenters (example here) who dwell in the dank cellars of paranoid antisemitism. Were I a cynic (perish the thought!) I'd say that given the penchant of reflexive defenders of Israel to accuse that sorry country's critics of antisemitism instead of engaging their argument, these chthonic beings are sockpuppets of the AIPAC publicity machine. Alas, I think they are the genuine article.