Crooks and Liars shares the above image; even on Twitter Lopez can't stay away from the C-word.
Here's what I wrote in 2009...
Kathryn Jean Lopez: Why I Care
Back in November of 2006 I noted this quote from National Review Online's Kathryn Jean Lopez:
"Passing out contraception without any deeper context or conversation is degrading and disrespectful — to men and women. Tell me I'm crazy."
Oh honey. By the time I got your invitation, that show had opened on Broadway:
Now it turns out she's at it again, via Sadly, No!:
I may be delusional, but I think the American Revolution still trumps the urban dictionary in much of the country.
And my question isn't why she thinks the American Revolution trumps the Urban Dictionary in much of the country. Honestly, that ship has sailed.
She may be a victim of her own political lunacy, but in terms of her whole "call me crazy" "maybe I'm delusional" rhetorical, um, flourish? Maybe she thinks it's self-effacing. Maybe it's a cry for help.
Kathryn: speaking as one committed plump brunette leading political blogger to another, what it is, is bad writing. Take a good hard look at your NRO official keychain and just. stop. it.