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So, Tucker Carlson, according to Democrat strategist Jehmu Greene, is "a bow tie'n white boy." That's what Ms. Greene said on Megyn Kelly’s show America Live. I think it was the "white boy" part that was supposed to be particularly offensive. As one bow-tyin' white boy to another, however, I find it more pathetic than irritating. Why is it that Democrats are cruising around accusing everyone in sight of being racist when it is they, not the objects of their ire, who engage in the racist behavior? Harry Stein, in his new book No Matter What . . . They'll Call this Book Racist, has some intelligent things to say about that.
It's perfectly ok with me if Ms. Greene thinks she is disparaging me when she identifies me by my race and shaves a few years off my age. What I find totally unacceptable is her implicit condemnation of the bow tie. Please, let's leave bow ties out if it. After all, what has that innocent bit of haberdashery ever done to her? In an earlier column, I had occasion to ponder the mystery of why the bow tie drives a certain species of liberal around the bend. They see a perfectly knotted bit of silk and ... bang! It's like a red flag to a bull. This recent insult to they bow tie prompts me to repeat that earlier column from 2008, in which I call for the creation of a "Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to the Bow Tie."
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