Jessica McBride tantalizes us with this five word reportage of a Mark Belling and Margaret Farrow debate. She says, "Who do you think won?" Such in-depth reporting.
Somewhat surprisingly, dad29, a decidely right-wing kind of guy (btw: I thought McBride said anyone not using their own name was gutless and she wouldn't allow their posts), steps in and says this about Belling:
"It is not unusual for Belling to make asinine and uninformed statements to keep interest/ratings in his show. If it's a 'sliming contest,' Belling wins. Not the first time."
In retrospect, daddio's response doesn't really surprise me. I will say this, he is a straight shooter. McBride's response is not a surprise either, alas:
"I don't agree with your description of Belling at all. I think he calls it like he sees it and acts from principle not partisan allegiance."
I wonder what sort of principles Belling employs when hanging out at Victors and ogling the young girls, many who are of an age to be his daughter, if he had managed to have any. Thankfully, he has not reproduced.
However, saying Belling is not a partisan hack is precious. In the world of McBride, down really is up.
UPDATE: After the fact, McBride adds this. Apparently she reads other blogs.
(My take? Belling won hands-down. Arguing for the legal defense of racial preferences isn't an easy sell.)
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