I still like Colbert and think he can be funny.A template for all Jonah says and a perfect illustration of why he is not testifying before congress, and there's still more:
But it’s almost as if the Democrats are deliberately taunting the voters. Maybe that’s the idea for some reason? Or maybe the idea is to activate the youth vote by making congressional hearings into an ironic joke?"I don't get it." Well spoken!
Let's imagine Foster, Krikorian and Goldberg in front of the committee, something I'm sure they'd be happy to do. Foster's the sharpest of the bunch and most likely to say something unapologetically awful and know and acknowledge how awful it is. Krikorian's likely to say something awful and not know it's awful. And Jonah, poor Jonah, would not know what he was talking about and not understand how awful it was.
I think it's safe to say that Stephen Colbert is better at delivering the National Review's message than the National Review staff.