NEW YORK TIMES: EVEN THE RIGHT'S SOCIOPATH-INSPIRING DEMAGOGUES ARE THRILLINGLY MANLY
Here's Jim Zeleny in the Times, writing about the constituent messages some members of the Senate are receiving on immigration (emphasis added):
...Senator Richard Burr, a North Carolina Republican who is undecided on the final immigration bill, said his office received a telephone call recently that "made a threat about knowing where I lived." Mr. Burr passed it along to the authorities. "There were enough specifics to raise some alarm bells," he said.
Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican who is one of the architects of the immigration overhaul, said he also had received threats in telephone calls and letters to his office. Mr. Graham said several other senators had told him privately that they also received similar messages....
At the heart of the opposition rests conservative hosts on talk radio and cable television, which often are a muscular if untamed piece of the Republican message machine....
Oooh! Almost as hunky as Fred or Mitt!
To the press, the language of man-musk inevitably springs to mind when the discussion turns to right-wingers.