The instant it became clear that Maurice Schwenkler, busted for smashing windows at Colorado Democratic Party headquarters earlier this week, was a far-left radical, not a right-wing healthcare-reform opponent
, Republicans began to salivate, and that makes perfect sense. After all, Schwenkler, also known as Ariel Attack, unwittingly handed conservatives a wonderful gift, which they're taking great pleasure unwrapping on Fox News. Last night, Sean Hannity and Colorado-based Michelle Malkin reacted with shock and dismay
at initial assumptions about who did what, with Malkin declaring, "This is a teachable moment in Democrats' intellectual honesty." And this morning, Colorado Republic Party chieftain Dick Wadhams got the opportunity to beat the same drum on the network
, demanding that top Colorado Dem Pat Waak "apologize to all of the Americans who legitimately oppose this plan from President Obama."
One Attack begets another. To watch the Hannity-Malkin exchange, click "Continue."