Erik Kain

Erik writes about video games at Forbes and politics at Mother Jones. He's the contributor of The League though he hasn't written much here lately. He can be found occasionally composing 140 character cultural analysis on Twitter.

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  1. Kyle Cupp says:

    Why am I not surprised that it’s Mark Levin? I could sense his presence before Conor even named him. When I think of his show, I recall the words of Gollum to Frodo and Sam: we’re not in decent places.Report

  2. Bob says:

    ” …this just isn’t something a decent person should say regardless.”

    I hope your not attempting to intimate that Mark Levin is a decent person.

    From what little I know this is Levin’s MO.Report

  3. E.D. Kain says:

    Levin is certainly not decent. Just makes me wonder why conservatives listen to him. Isn’t part of conservatism a sense of common decency? I suppose that died with chivalry.Report

  4. Bob says:

    More Republican trash.

    Apparently the RNC had a Web-Ad up a few days ago juxtaposing Speaker Pelosi with Pussy Galore. They quickly removed it.

    Jim Quinn, Pittsburg radio host, recently called Pelosi a “bitch.”

    Neal Boortz, “How fun it is to watch that hag out there twisting in the wind.”

    Alex Castellanos on CNN, “I think if Speaker Pelosi were still capable of human facial expression, we’d see she’d be embarrassed.”

    Mike Huckabee’s bit of doggerel, “Here’s a story about a lady named Nancy/A ruthless politician, but dressed very fancy.”

    Information via POLITICOReport