Matthew Yglesias Is a Bad Writer, a Bad Thinker, and a Rather Bad Person

Exhibit A. Exhibit B. And last, but not least, exhibit C, which links to a piece I wrote about Yglesias’s genuinely awful writing and ratiocination skills. I see that nothing has changed in the nearly three years between the writing of my piece and today. In addition to noting that Yglesias can’t write and can’t cogitate, note as well–as the title of this post asks/begs you to–that he appears to pride himself on being utterly devoid of human compassion; his public response to the death of Andrew Breitbart remains nothing short of nauseating.

Incidentally, this would be yet another case in which the validity of Yousefzadeh’s Law has been demonstrated.