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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Dec. 7, 2001
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Saturday, June 01, 2002
Don't call me stupid!: Yes, the phrase was made famous by Kevin Kline in "A Fish Called Wanda," but now Dov Fischer is saying it too.


[I]n his latest ad hominem-based syndicated article, the resident radical-Left opinion writer at the Los Angeles Times, Robert Scheer, mocked the intelligence of Attorney General John Ashcroft. In a vertical screed, Scheer wrote the following: Ashcroft is "not the sharpest [tool] in the shed." He "managed to lose a Senate race to a dead man." He "was not picked for his smarts." He is a "Keystone Kop in charge of law enforcement." And, in the most telling comment, "Perhaps it is just too difficult for a stern, God-fearing fundamentalist like the attorney general to fully anticipate the dark side of religion's wrath."

Scheer's writing reflects the polemic arrogance monopolized by a Left that is convinced its ranks are just too smart for conservatives to fathom and that conservatives are just too troglodytic to be liberal.


You can read the entire article here.

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