Beg to differ:
Over at Crooked Timber, Michael Bérubé says
that Jonah Goldberg's latest book Liberal Fascism
puts him in mind of Dinseh D'Sousa's The End of Racism
. Well, maybe. But with chapter headings
like The Great Society: LBJ's Fascist Utopia
, the companion book should be D'Sousa's The Enemy At Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11
.The End of Racism
is far too tepid. But Enemy At Home
is just like Liberal Fascism
. No matter what, blame all problems on liberals and don't speak a word about conservatives. Call liberals terrorists and fascists. It's as simple as that.
michael: Point conceeded. You are right that the distractive effect of The End of Racism is on a par with the distrative effect of Liberal Fascism.
This is just going down a road well traveled by the great Karl Rove. Accuse you opponents of being what you are. Shake, bake and serve liberally.