Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Being a Pundit Doesn't Mean Being Informed

by Ken Houghton

One of the things you are supposed to be able to assume about your pundits is that they are informed. Pantload, though, sets a new standard for Clueless Voting.

If you don't know what your Party is doing in your own district, why are we supposed to take you seriously on any other level?

Having lived on 86th Street for two years and voted there on a few occasions, I can vouch that Jonah's polling place is usually crowded, with a line of several people. But those are Democrats (like, say, Stephen Dubner of Freakonomics fame), so Mr. "45 Seconds" probably didn't deign to speak with them.
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