Wick Continues to Dominate Intertubes With Obama Endorsement

The thing is, those of us who work with Wick sometimes have a hard time taking him seriously. The other day, for instance, I was having a conversation with Wick and an unnamed gay co-worker about whether this semi-ironic paean to last season’s Cowboys-Bills game was appropriate for D Magazine. Wick said he just wasn’t interested. The gay co-worker said he thought the story was right for us and that he’d definitely read it. Whereupon Wick said, “Well, I’m gayer than you are.” I used to keep a list of Wick’s outrageous pronouncements. The project threatened to consume me, so I had to abandon it.

So we forget. Before he went insane, Wick published the National Review. And, therefore, when he comes out for Obama, it’s kind of a big deal. Andrew Sullivan thinks so.

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8 responses to “Wick Continues to Dominate Intertubes With Obama Endorsement”

  1. Rawlins Gilliland says:

    When I first read Wick’s editorial in the current issue (the first of five times thus far) I thought of my favorite movie when I was a kid: The Day The Earth Stood Still.

  2. wes mantooth says:

    Yes, we should all scrape and bow before the mighty Andrew Sullivan. Puh-lease.

  3. glenn hunter says:

    Rawlins: So, Wick=Gort? I can see that.

  4. Wes, did you mean to post that in the gay Lupe thread?

  5. Pete says:

    Just stopped reading D, FrontBurner, and SideDish. Call me when you guys have Wick back on his meds…

  6. Rawlins Gilliland says:

    “Klaatu barada nikto!”

  7. fruitdog says:

    That NFL films style write up of the Buffalo game last year is great. Excellent job by Eric and Zac. Very funny stuff.

  8. bleacherseats says:

    This is clear-cut, Edmund Burke conservatism at its best.