Andrew Sullivan (aka Sully Pooh) just doesn’t get it. He’s already mentioned Red State’s decision to ban Ron Paul spammers in their diaries and comment threads to keep the signal to noise ratio at a tolerable level. In fact, he’s done this a number of times. Yet that’s somehow just not enough.
You see, Sully’s a little Pander Bear. So he furrows his brow, deplores Red State’s unfair decision and makes a solemn pledge. He even crosses his heart and hopes not to die.
The Dish believes in expanding the range of debate among conservatives, not crushing it.
Well, that’s just super, Andy. How very magnanimous of you. You’re a really nice fella, unlike those mean and nasty censors over at that awful Red State place. How refreshing! What a breath of fresh air.
And then Sully comforts the weeping RP rabble, wipes their tear stained eyes, and gives them a great big bear hug.
But here’s a simple message to Ron Paul supporters. You’re welcome here.
What a generous man that Sully Pooh is. It’s incredible how open he is to visitors of all points of view, even the stupid ones. Generous to a fault is he.
So Paulites, don’t walk, but scurry (or scuttle) on over to The Daily Dish where you can engage in an open and enlightening debate. Be sure to let everyone know how great Ron Paul is and how he’s the only conservative left in the Republican party and that he’s the last hope for America and her Constitution. Andy’s welcoming you with open arms.
Eh? What’s that? Oh, that’s right. Andrew Sullivan doesn’t allow comments. So, maybe just put up a diary or something. That would be even better. Huh? You can’t do that either? Oh noes!
Well at least you’re welcome to read his insightful words of wisdom every blessed day. That’s certainly a consolation. Don’t you feel better now?
Psst, Andy? Anybody can read Red State any time they want. What’s the difference? What are you offering the poor downtrodden truth tellers? Think, think, think.
This is surely the most ridiculous Andrew Sullivan post ever. And since he’s competing against himself, he’s up against some pretty stiff competition.