More on Bill Bennett issue

From National Review Online: Kathryn (J) Lopez

THERE’S VIRTUE IN SOBER ANALYSIS [Kathryn Jean Lopez ] Bill Bennett has been called the "worst person in the world" by Keith Olbermann this week for comments he made in conversation with a caller to his radio show (does Olbermann have no sense of proportion?). Nancy Pelosi (who works in Katrina and the children!); Ted Kennedy; Harry Reid–they’ve all come out against Bennett. They’ve all going way over the top. Notably, Matthew Yglesias, who is no Bennett fan defends him here. Posted at 07:31 AM

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