Now I Really Like 'Im

John Roberts, I mean. My brother called me yesterday to read me this --which I happened to be reading simultaneously. He said anyone with this sensibility can't possibly turn out bad. I agree. From yesterday's Washington Post Style section.
If one wants the youth of America and the world sashaying around in garish sequined costumes, hair dripping pomade, body shot full of female hormones to prevent voice change, monogloved, well, then I suppose "Michael," as he is affectionately known in the trade, is in fact a good example. Quite apart from the problem of appearing to endorse Jackson's androgynous life style, a Presidential award would be perceived as a shallow effort by the President to share in the constant publicity surrounding Jackson. . . .The whole episode would, in my view, be demeaning to the President.

The Post has this new sign-in to get old stories up this morning. I don't remember my password and haven't the patience. So they don't get a link. If you're desperate for the whole story, go to the Post's Supreme Court blog and click on the link for "Roberts' Rules of Decorum" by Dana Milbank.