George Will bemoans the decline of the powdered wig

Will, Washington courtier and pretending-important-person, today offers a column which might well stand as the very pinnacle of his achievements as a writer, political thinker and citizen.

The importance of being Georgeous

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2 responses to “George Will bemoans the decline of the powdered wig

  1. George Will – the epitome of a caricature of an intellect. I don’t wish the man ill, I just wish he would stop cluttering up the landscape. After all we have Tucker Carlson to contend with and I can only handle so much preciousness at once.

  2. “Precious”. Good word.

    I have a soft spot for Carlson arising from an admission in one of his books that, during an AF 1 flight that Carlson was on along with Karen Hughes, Bush had used the term “fuck” rather promiscuously. When the book was published, Karen Hughes called him or pulled him aside and insisted it had never happened. Carlson, in an interview I saw, said that he’d never before been lied to in such a bald-faced manner.

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