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February 17, 2005

Hewitt Continues

Rick Perlstein e-mailed this morning to say that he too trudged through a Hewitt book for the good of his readers. Not only do I sympathize, but I'm a great believer that authorial sacrifices like reading Hugh Hewitt mandate long-lasting rewards. So go give his review the half-life it deserves, I'm sure it'll aid his recovery greatly.

For those wondering, I'm about 110 pages into the book, and it's now changed from lying a lot to talking about history a lot. In the last 30, it's morphed again and is making bizarre assertions about blog power. My favorite thus far:

The blogs will move much more quickly, and with much greater authority, than the MSM. They will make or break the nominee.
[P]erhaps future presidents ought to put three or four names out for collecting blog vetting before a final choice is made. The White House Counsel's Office and the Department of Justice are staffed by fine lawyers with great capacity for research and analysis.
But their number and energy are finite.

He's talking here about giving blogs first vet on Supreme Court nominees. Brilliant.

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Wow. Does Hewitt think he just invented the trial balloon?

Posted by: DonBoy | Feb 17, 2005 2:27:45 PM

I haven't actually seen this book at all. Based on these little clippings, I imagine that the cover of the book is Hugh Hewitt, standing over a computer monitor, wearing a wizard's hat, with a holy glow around him. Words like "Rathergate" and "Mantan" are flying all around him.

Posted by: Jon Ozaksut | Feb 17, 2005 2:31:09 PM

"[P]erhaps future presidents ought to put three or four names out for collecting blog vetting before a final choice is made."

Yes, because if there's one thing we've learned, it is the discretion and inscrutable nature of bloggers concerning the personal and professional lives of nominees.

Crap -- can you imagine how unsubstantiated allegations would be spread, and how quickly?

PS: I think one thing that would be neat is to allow four bloggers into all national security decisions. What we need in our foreign policy decisions is not expertise concerning, say, outdated, old-media topics like "different cultures" and "military overstretch". What we need is the ability to search Google.

Posted by: Chris Rasmussen | Feb 17, 2005 3:00:03 PM

Wow. That's laugh-out-loud silly.

As for this ...

"The White House Counsel's Office and the Department of Justice are staffed by fine lawyers with great capacity for research and analysis."

Oy.

Posted by: praktike | Feb 17, 2005 3:24:55 PM

Hmmm... one thing about putting names "out there" would be the rapidity with which derrogatory information could be assembled. Much faster "vetting" of nominees, that's for sure. Kerick? Gonzalez? Why pay for a NACI or BI (those are levels of background checks that take weeks or months, depending) when you can get the dirt in hours?

Of course, the quality of your information would be suspect, but then the stuff your neighbor says about you in a BI is suspect, too (if you have neighbors like I've had on occasion).

Ed

Posted by: Ed Drone | Feb 17, 2005 4:27:59 PM

Got the new NY Times bestseller list today. Hughie still hasn't cracked the top 35.

Posted by: Steve M. | Feb 17, 2005 5:14:31 PM

By the way, what that means, among other things, is that in the week ending February 12, 2005, Hughie's book was outsold by Bill Clinton's (which is still on the list, at #33, after a million people have already bought it).

It was also outsold by Donna Hanover's My Boyfiend's Back (#29) and Keith Boykin's Beyond the Down Low (#35)>

Posted by: Steve M. | Feb 17, 2005 5:18:01 PM

Oh, Steve M., you're so cute citing an "old media" book list like the NY Times.

Obviously, all data concerning the popularity of books in the future will come exclusively from testimonials from sites within Mr. Hewitt's blogroll.

Posted by: Chris R | Feb 17, 2005 5:30:27 PM

Maybe the VRWC decided not to mass-buy Hewitt's book and sell it for a dollar like they usually do.

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