Bono bash fun break

1. Andrew Sullivan trashed Bono for his Times column (judge it yourself and summarize it in a contest if you'd like) -- and trashed Bono's lyrics as well.

2. A reader objected, saying Bono's lyrics weren't ALL so bad.

3. Sullivan half-conceded -- and posted this video.

Mess not with Andrew.

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