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A.R. Moxon
David Brooks is aware that there is a famous sentence that ends with “...for good men to do nothing” and it has guided his life, so much so that he definitely intends to get around to reading the first part of that sentence someday.
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A.R. Moxon Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
“First they came for the trade unionists, and I said nothing, where should we go for lunch.”
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livid mask wearing suburban mom 😷 Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
John Kasich was on CNN this morning advising everyone to read David Brooks opinion on this. 😐
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T2inDC Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
Kasich is . He’s plan B if Pence goes down with the Trump ship. You’ve been warned.
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Martha Brockenbrough Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
He is infuriating.
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Tommy J Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
The King of misreading the situation and offering bad takes.
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Mx Maddison Stoff Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
He should change his name to sooks and just be done with it.
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Laura Losche Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
Someone still reads David Brooks opinions? NYT really is an awful publication. Brooks, Vogel, Haberman, ugh.
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KellyKellyKelly 🤯👉RefusingToComply Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat @oprman
Ok.... so A. Jail him B. Make him ineligible to run C. Why’s he still eligible to run
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GodLoveYell Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
David Brooks is the very embodiment of what Atrios calls the Very Serious Person as ably defined by Rationalwiki here: I know the Grey Lady keeps people like Brooks on payroll to stave off criticisms of liberal bias, but dear god, they all suck.
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GodLoveYell Sep 27
Replying to @JuliusGoat
Whatever issues you may have with their left-leaning editorialists, they are at least doing actual reporting, rather than just repeating hackneyed platitudes like they have deep insight.
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