Thursday, September 25, 2008

Sauce for the goose...

Bear with me a moment. I need you to read three different posts over at The Corner. Trust me, you don't have to have the larger context to see the point I want to make, but it's easy enough to use the archives and your browser's find function to get it if you want it.

Read this.

Then this.

Finally this.

Okay, my question: Where does Derb get off thinking that he can claim he doesn't need to be bothered reading in-depth to understand the point his opponent is making because of it being ludicrous on the face, then turning around and arguing that his opponent must read in-depth to understand the argument he (Derb) is making despite his opponent thinking it ludicrous on the face as well?