I don’t feel like blogging. Nothing I want to talk about.
You are on your own.
*** Update ***
And no, I don’t care about people attacking McCain’s service. It doesn’t surprise me in the least that people on one side of the aisle can be just as bad as folks on the other side of the aisle were in 2004 to Kerry. In fairness, what I have seen to date doesn’t even compare to 2004, to include the shit I peddled while trying to “seriously” evaluate the Swiftboat charges- and sometimes buying into them. I should have just dismissed them.
But I really don’t care. I am not going to spread the nonsense (not even going to bother linking it), but I am not going to howl in outrage over what people are doing to poor John McCain. The GOP, right-wing bloggers, and the media with their McCain mancrush have no one to blame but themselves that this line of attack is so prevalent. I will do what I should have done in 2004- just dismiss the shit outright and pretend it isn’t happening. Just assume that I consider questioning people’s service is wrong, whether it is George Bush, Bob Dole, or, well, anyone. Although I think no one got hosed more than John Kerry, and I personally blame the media for the bulk of that. It was an issue because they played ball with it.
And I will note that I haven’t seen anything linking the Obama campaign to this line of attack, and I hope it stays that way.
*** Update #2 ***
On the other hand, anything that gets Uncle Jimbo and the wankosphere (who, by the way, have spent the last 4 years questioning the service of anyone who disagreed with them) this bent out of shape can’t be all that bad