Thursday, October 23, 2008
A campaign even a telemarketer can’t love
You have to love Gail Collins, OpEd columnist for the NY Times. She's what Sarah Palin wants to be - just like us, only smarter and funnier. Her column today is called "Confessions of a Phone Solicitor." It's just another column pointing out all the lovely ways that Republicans have divided "real" America from "liberal" America, except that her focus in not on the politicians, but on Ted Zoromsky, a telemarketer. Collins' conclusion about the McCain campaign: "Truly, if you can come up with something that would send a telemarketer over the edge, you have really overachieved on the offensiveness front." Great reading!