A Kos Kiddie Hates Me!


Seems your humble right-wing correspondent has gotten under the thin, ugly skin of one “verbalpaintball”, again. He’s got his own blog as well as being a regular contributor to , surprise, the Daily Kos.

His latest attempt (today) to tarnish my good name is here.

He asserts that he NEVER called me a “scumbag”. Which is true.

However, on June 5th, in one of his articles, he found it acceptable to belch up the following in response to one of my quotes:

“and another one from a second pathetic loser, Shawn Mallow“.

He has also besmirched our own HughS, a number of our commenters, and Wizbang, in general.

And now, he’s seen fit to write another article lambasting me.

Is this some sort of fatal attraction?

A small little man named Shawn Mallow at Wizbangblog recently wrote the following about me when a commenter supported my opinion in their blog (thanks, SteveP):

“Verbalpaintball” is a well known scumbag around here. He’s an “author” over at Kos and he has his own vitriolic blog. His reputation speaks for itself.

He’s attempted to excoriate one of my posts before, devoting an entire article to it, to which his classless following hung on every word.

Now, you quoting one of his posts entirely and not offering up any of your own opinions, well, that says more about you than even him.

THAT is pathetic.”

Well, Shawn, you’ve pretty much shown how petty you are by calling me a “scumbag” for no apparent reason. Sure, I’ve disagreed with you. I’ve even posted an article that used one of your ignorant comments as starting point. I have not, however, called you a scumbag since I don’t know you personally. Your need to label me as such says a whole lot about you.

Well, P.ball, you did call me a “pathetic loser way before I called you a scumbag. So by your “logic”, that says a whole lot more about you than it does me, huh?

Toughen up, sport.

For someone who claims that we on the right are so meaningless, you sure have a rough time ignoring us.

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