Gullibility isn't partisan - or a problem
In 2011, I said "Instapundit and Dr. Helen Can't Spot Quackery," and - when it comes to flim-flam - that's still as true as ever. Listen to him:
Cult leaders take you - using anything - so you'll take others
His sister-in-law, eh? Not according to Alan Levinovitz, a religion professor at James Madison University and author of "The Gluten Lie":
"What we’re doing with these trackers and these obsessive diets is giving ourselves an increasingly quantifiable way of saying that we are better than the other people. These things don’t work. They’re a marketing gimmick. They aren’t going to help you lose weight. It’s another ritual,...this takes us back to religion."
His political leadership's never looked so good, huh? Spread the word!
Oooh, so close! Oh well, at least Glenn-Boy's never stopped trying to act superior to others (while helping the Right lose two-going-on-three presidential elections) which takes me back to my original criticism of good ol' Instapundit, from waaay back when we first met online:
He's running his racist operation like a crazy Tennessee cult leader,...