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Jim, You Forgot to Mention That Dreher Also Calls You a "Hysterical Hippie Sentimentalist"

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Dallas Morning News editorialisteur Rod Dreher wrote yesterday on the Dallas Morning Views blog:

If I analyzed Jim Schutze's columns about the Trinity project with the same exacting intellectual rigor with which he took apart my piece about the Holy Land trial, it would read as follows:

Jim Schutze is a moron who hates the Trinity plan because he doesn't like white people and besides, I went to a cocktail party at Tom Leppert's house, and everybody was pleasant, so obviously, in criticizing the Trinity project, Schutze reveals hiimself to be a communist who hates America and all that it stands for, and probably toasts to the health of Kim Jong-Il at every opportunity.

I have this to say about that. If I analyzed Rod Dreher's posts about my posts about his columns with the same exacting intellectual rigor with which he took apart my post about his column about the Holy Land trial, it would read as follows:

Rod Dreher is a pooh-pooh doo-doo. Nobody likes him. He is not invited to my birthday party. He is a Catholic drinker. He probably drinks pee. With the mayor.

Rod? I like this. Your turn, I believe. --Jim Schutze

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