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1:19 PM, January 16th, 2012

newsweek:

This week’s cover asks, “Why are Obama’s critics so dumb?” The answer on newsstands tomorrow. [update: the story’s now online.]

Responding to the critics, Andrew Sullivan writes:

None of these critics shows any sign of having read the actual article. Is it too much to ask that they rip me apart after thinking rather than before?

It’s not a book, for Pete’s sake. It’s less than 3,000 words, and has strong criticism of the left in it. Maybe the headline, which I didn’t write, set them off. So a simple challenge: show me where I’m wrong and we can debate this. Or are you only synapses firing into the partisan night?

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