Wednesday, October 19


Starbuck's, catching a lot of heat from red-state conservatives for it's gratuitously liberal "The Way I See It Campaign," in which they place quotations from prominent liberals on the sides of their coffee cups, has decided, grudgingly, to begin giving the other side (not the cup, but the political spectrum) a voice in their provocative advertising.

Whether right-of-center bloggers, among others, will abandon their Dunkin' Donut's coffee for a high-octane cup of Starbuck's Java-The-Lib remains to be seen. I won't be doing this anytime soon until I see a Robert Bork quote on the side of the cup, in which case, of course, they'll not even need to heat the coffee!

HAT-TIP: Jayson at "Polipundit"