Bipartisancurious Andrew Sullivan seems to strain credulity a bit with this passage in his
endorsement of John Kerry:
Does Kerry believe in this war? Skeptics say he doesn’t. They don’t believe he has understood the significance of September 11. They rightly point to the antiwar and anti-Western attitudes of some in his base–the Michael Moores and Noam Chomskys who will celebrate a Kerry victory.
Frankly, we find it somewhat difficult to imagine the dour MIT linguist celebrating anything, especially the election of John Kerry, whom Chomsky endorsed, if anything, more reservedly and reluctantly than Sullivan did.
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Professor Chomsky looks so festive! Do you think he’ll join the limbo contest and play musical chairs with us?
Did you by chance create this image? I’m trying to find out who made it so I can get permission to use it ;).