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Wacko patrol: America's 25 scariest conservatives

The Phoenix ranks the individuals who will hold the most sway over the right-wing message machine in 2009, and beyond.
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  November 3, 2008

5) BILL KRISTOL, EDITOR, WEEKLY STANDARD; COLUMNIST, NEW YORK TIMES
Kristol has a knack for the disastrous: he reportedly championed Palin for veep after meeting her on a conservatives’ cruise; earlier, he championed the invasion of Iraq as an easy romp. Apparently, conservatives will follow him in any idiotic direction.

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