Ms. found in a bottle

A friend writes:

This is what the Kos-sacks have left. They were enraged by the “stolen election” of 2000. Many of ’em opposed war in Afghanistan. Lost. They campaigned hard for the Democrats in 2002. Lost. Opposed war in Iraq. That happened anyway. They hoped for a quagmire. The statue came down in three weeks. They celebrated the hard times in Iraq. But they didn’t last forever. They bet all their chips and threw every last bit of effort into The Most Important Election of Our Lifetimes (TM)…and lost. And lost pretty resoundingly — the Left had to resort to hyping and celebrating Obama’s victory over Unmedicated Alan Keyes.
And now they see Iraqis happily voting.
Their entire worldview has collapsed. They’ve been left with nothing. No sign that the House or Senate will get any closer anytime soon. They’ve been shown evidence that they don’t have a majority of the American people; the great revolution just isn’t going to happen. And so they’re bitter. All they’ve got is hate.
And they’re looking for somebody to hit. Larry Summers is one. Susan Estrich’s explosion at Mike Kinsley is another example of this phenomenon. Jeff Gannon.
But this is what they’ve got…

Well, there does seem to be a pattern here. Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal shines a spotlight on one frenzy referred to in the message above: “Feminists get hysterical.”


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