Sunday, December 11, 2005

National Review's Jonah Goldberg: Yellow Elephant

Well, at least Jonah Goldberg of National Review has considered volunteering for military service:

As for why my sorry a** isn't in the kill zone, lots of people think this is a searingly pertinent question. No answer I could give -- I'm 35 years old, my family couldn't afford the lost income, I have a baby daughter, my a** is, er, sorry, are a few -- ever seem to suffice.

But his sorry a** is still good enough for National Review Online?


At 11 December, 2005 11:01, Blogger Doodle Bean said...

Don't forget he's in the L.A. Times now, also. [shudder]

At 11 December, 2005 11:40, Blogger Blogenfreude said...

What? His income? Mom couldn't contribute a few dollars from the mint she made off of Clinton's blowjob?

At 11 December, 2005 19:38, Blogger Ian McGibboney said...

By his logic, is every soldier in the U.S. armed forces able to sacrifice their finances and their families? Saying what he did actually makes Jonah look MORE scared.

At 12 December, 2005 09:39, Blogger MzNicky said...

Yes. Mr. Goldberg's financial well-being, family obligations, and loved ones are much more valuable than those of others. That's why he's a Republican, no?

At 12 December, 2005 13:29, Blogger ed sharp said...

Is Mr. Goldberg aware that the Army does actually pay? If that's not enough for his family, then how is it enough for anyone else?

At 15 December, 2005 02:32, Blogger Xanthippas said...

This blog is awesome. Keep up the good work guys. If you shame even one fat fuck college Republican into enlisting, then you're a success.


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