In a followup to this childish impetulance, we have an amazing series of pwnages to chronicle:
* Vinnie lays on a downright fine layer of snark. (his rebuttal for #1 will live in infamy, I'm sure)
* Ace o'Spades compares Charles to the waterboy who offers to help the old football team out in extracurricular ways. And then lays down the ULTRA-smack by comparing Johnson to Keith Olbermann... Zing!
* Carl in Jerusalem expresses his somber thoughts on "denialism," which is definitely not a river in Egypt (though I do hear it's pretty popular there).
Me? I'd be glad to stand by what I wrote earlier, but I'll add that it's truly a sad day when someone who used to be so fervently and loudly "anti-idiotarian" so proudly aligns himself with Markos Moulitsas "Screw them!" Zuniga.
Update: I should've known that the great Jules Crittenden would have something to say about this. In this case, Jules lays it out nice and easy with respect to exposing the "crazy hater" side of any given political party.
And now, the roundup: Legal Insurrection suggests that Johnson might just be Jonesing for attention, Dan Riehl calls it Meltdown Part Deux, and the good Robert Spencer points out that the New York Times is supremely interested in LGF's final transition.
Isn't it funny how the press always seems to be interested whenever someone migrates from Right to Left? David Brock, Jim Jeffords, and now Charles Johnson, Victims of the Conservative Machine, all of them.
If the press were any more transparent, they'd be water-soluble.
BTW, still no link here from Memeorandum. Maybe I have finally convinced The Machine to hate me?