[Guest post by Aaron Worthing; if you have tips, please send them here. Or by Twitter @AaronWorthing.]
Seriously, who is this jerk who is stealing my material?
Joking aside, I considered it a really pleasant surprise when Dana Loesch suggested I submit the piece, and I was stunned when they made it a featured story. I am honored, and I hope whatever poor schlub had to copyedit it didn’t have too rough of a go with it.
You can read the whole thing, here.
And no, your eyes do not deceive you. That is fourteen errors, not thirteen. That’s right, I missed one.
Also bonus points to the first person who guesses who is actually in the picture (hint: it’s not me).
By the way, at the Time magazine article, the comments keep rolling in. Here’s a fresh one:
Reading all of these comments should make the editors arrive at one conclusion. This writer should be fired for gross negligence.
Wow. It’s pretty obvious that some hyper-conservative constitutional literalist made a list of “13 Objectively false statements in Stengel’s Article on the Constitution” and asked everyone to copy and paste it.
Nah, perish the thought.
[Posted and authored by Aaron Worthing.]