Roger Ailes (the good one) pointed this out, but I want to add a few words.
In his column in The Washington Times today, Andrew Sullivan wrote this:
Daschle's new low
Not only does he send out a pathetically self-pitying fundraising e-mail the week war broke out. He turned up to celebrate and toast the back-stabbing, privacy-wrecking, truth-stretching poison of David Brock — now in paperback. In war time.
Do you grasp the point of the last three words? I don't.
If fund-raising in wartime offends Sullivan's sensibilities, perhaps he'd like to explain why the National Republican Congressional Committee has two fund-raising events going on today, while our troops are struggling to take Baghdad.
And if his problem is with David Brock, I need a further clarification. In Brock's book, he takes himself and allies to task for attacking the character of Anita Hill and Bill Clinton -- a witness in a Supreme Court hearing and a peacetime president.
Is there a war or national security connection I'm missing here?
I wish Sullivan would come out and say what he so clearly believes -- that it is treasonous not to be a Republican and a Bush supporter.