If I were to sum up the Left's recent comments decrying the vitriole, hate speech, and incivility of the Right, I think it would be, "Nothing says hypocrisy like one journalist accusing another of sedition." Following his remarks on Chris Matthews' show, Klein has tried to justify his remarks, claiming that "dissent" isn't the same as "sedition," conveniently ignoring all the claims from the Left that George W. Bush was illegitimate--so, I suppose he would argue that those remarks were also seditious? (Let's recall the Supreme Court settled that issue in a Consitutional manner, so if you don't like it, your recourse is to vote four years later, not to insist that he's not your President.)
But, the real reason for this post is to recognize true pithiness (with a nod to Mr. O'Reilly) when I read it. I found this on bookwormroom.com (see "My Blog List"), but the quote is Mark Steyn in National Review:
"Nothing says sedition like citing the U.S. Constitution and quoting Thomas Jefferson."
Mrs. Clinton couldn't have said it better herself.