Kathryn Jean Lopez Stole Peggy Noonan's Laudanum, Is Seeing Demons Errrrrewhere


The tweet was promising. First, it was from K-Lo, Kathryn Jean Lopez -- previously seen instructing us that we should give our kidsboundaries like "no you may not shoot up a school" -- and it read "When to Call an Exorcist?" OK, K-Lo, we will bite, you lovable pile of batshit. When, indeed, to call an exorcist? With K-Lo, endlessly regretting the vulgarities of Vatican II from her comfortingly cozy straitjacket at National Review Online, the answer is probably, "Touched your wanger? That's an exorcisin'!"

But even knowing and loving K-Lo as we do, we were completely unprepared for the horror show that awaited us at NRO.

On Halloween, The Drudge Report highlighted a Washington Post interview with the author of The Exorcist. William Peter Blatty had used the word “demonic,” and now there atop Drudge was a photo of of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.


We tried to read K-Lo's headspinning masterpiece of non sequiturs but we ended up a mite dizzy, and had to get a cold compress for our forehead. She goes on from Drudge's linking the interview with Blatty to the "conscience clause" allowing employers to determine whether or not their female lady people will be able to get birth control not even on their own dime to ... a woman who survived a late term abortion, because because.

Also there is a nun in there, and Elvis.

The demons are right there, K-Lo. They are coming from INSIDE HIS PANTS.

Anyway, we are calling on K-Lo's friends and fambly to gather in loving concern. Girl doesn't need an exorcism. She needs an intervention.


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