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William Kristol is the editor of the Weekly Standard, the very best in weekly news fresh from the newsmakers, policymakers and movers/shakers: empire-builders. Beginning in 2008, Kristol will grace the pages of the Old Gray Lesbian Hippie, The New York Times.
In his writings, Kristol reassures us that, while the Iraq War was a messy "experiment", the next "experiment" in Darfur and/or Iran will go much better. William says practice makes perfect and he has learned a lot from the mistakes in Iraq and from the old man, Irving Kristol.
William Factoids Edit
- He was once nailed by Dr. Stephen Colbert and was left completely speechless; it was the first time in his life he had ever turned red.
- Feels the need to visit The Daily Show every six months for no apparent reason
- Is not a victim, like those other so-called "conservatives"
- won a Grammy in 2008 for best dance mix, "It's No Longer A Question Of If (Girl, You Know It's Saddam Hussein)"Episode #352
- he rode a nucular bomb!