INDC Journal: Fisking Amy

I usually visit INDC Journal a few times a week.

I guess I should make it by there more often, because when I went by last night, I found Bill was in part two of a multi-day, multi-part fisking of one of my recent posts (the one in which I said reports of a pending split in the conservative coalition are overblown and perennial) that began on February 28.

Bill’s first fisk is here; his second is here. More to come, apparently.

The comments — of which there were 137 when I last visited — have much to recommend them in terms of vigorous and, more often then not, informed debate about the role of government.

I’ll respond at some point, but not tonight. Several of the commenters responding to Bill are doing it so well, I’m content to read their thoughts for a while.

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