Crittenden, who was thrilled to see Authoritarian blogs spew racist filth to the news of Gilliard’s death, takes it further, as he takes the type of in-depth look at Gilliard in his blog “Combative, Influential,” that you could expect from the Herald.
You see, Crittenden is upset that Gilliard liked to use the word “Fuck” and that the New York Times obit of Gilliard didn’t include that he liked to use the word “Fuck.”
“Good thing. They might be shocked by his use of the F-bomb as his primary tool of political rhetoric.* NYT tastefully avoids mention. Not, as they say, fit to print.”
Bad, bad dead Steve Gilliard. How dare you used words that upset the delicate sensibilities of the right wing, who only occasionally dabble in naughty words when being misogynistic. Harsh verbiage is only for serious world leaders like Dick “Go Fuck Yourself” Cheney. No wonder Jules Crittenden of the Boston Herald happily linked to a racist diatribe against Gilliard.
“It’ll will be interesting to see what kind of treatment “combative and influential” bloggers of the right get from the NYT when they kick the bucket.”
Good work, Jules Crittenden of the Boston Herald. You keep an eye on that and other important issues. At very least, by picking fights with dead bloggers, we get a reprieve from your work trying to get the public behind a U.S. assault on Iran, or your consistent work on trying to do the White House’s work of keeping the public terrified and docile. Or your work trying to get your readers to despise the rule of law – when it comes to the oligarchs – as much as yourself.
In the end, though, Jules Crittenden of the Boston Herald, don’t be confused why so many pottymouth bloggers continue to think that so many in the mainstream media are either ideologues, incompetents, or just plain fucked in the head.