Via Instapundit and his link to the blog American Power, we're offered another moment in liberal 'civility." At the liberal blog Crooked Timber, Henry Farrell of George Washington University declared a Charles Krauthammer Day to remember his 2003 pronouncements on WMD in Iraq:
Perhaps the problem is that we have never fixed on exactly how to celebrate Charles Krauthammer Day. Easter, Christmas, Hannukah, Festivus etc all have their associated and time-honored rituals, but Krauthammer day has none. Combining suggestions from George W. Bush and Hugh Hector Munro, one possibility might be an Exploding Easter Egg Hunt. But then, this would perhaps prove simultaneously too dangerous to be very attractive to participants, and not dangerous enough to really mark the occasion properly. Better suggestions invited in comments.
Professor Farrell is an Irish citizen and a permanent resident of the United States. So at least he doesn't vote.