Diogenes does a better job than I of seeing the Mass. attorney general’s report for what it was.
After months of fanfare, and a grotesquely elaborate wind-up, Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly has revealed that—wait for it—his subordinates are capable of reading the Boston Globe.
And he makes the point that not once does the report mention the age of victims nor use the words “gay” or “homosexual.” Should we be surprised? After all, the common wisdom is that despite evidence to the contrary, the Scandal is not about homosexuality.