IT'S TOO BAD ANDREW SULLIVAN DOESN'T DRIVE
Becuase, if this post is a guide, you could easily sell him a used car telling him that the previous owner was a socail conservative who only dorve it to church on Sunday.
While we're here, it's intersting to see how this champion of privacy took glee in the revelation of a political adversary's semi-private sins. I think a lot of those who all of a sudden discovered detraction was sin when a poltical ally was the target are off-base, but I also don't have a record of believing that the privacy of an adulterous affair is more important than a missing person investigation.
UPDATE: Sullivan has now posted another version of every reader letter he ever posted.