What's Mallard raving about today?
Conservatives, Liberals, charity, the media.
Oh, snap! Mallard smashes yet another conventional wisdom icon. And, as is usually the case, it's not a piece of conventional wisdom with which I am familiar, thereby defying the very definition of conventional wisdom: ideas or explanations that are generally accepted as true by the public.
For example: can anyone point to all these instances where the media spout stingy right-winger tripe?
Leaving aside the subject matter, it's long past time to consider why Mallard bothers rhyming at all. What exactly is the purpose in tying his grammar into knots only to create rhymed pairs between passages of dubious scansion? My only explanation is that rhyme is supposed to be a substitute for humor in order to justify his categorization as a "comic."