Andrew Sullivan has a growing list of awards he likes to give out. There's the Malkin Award, the Yglesias Award, and now...The Hewitt Award. As Sullivan describes it, "The Hewitt Award, named after the absurd partisan fanatic, Hugh Hewitt, is given for the most egregious attempts to label Barack Obama as un-American, alien, treasonous, and far out of the mainstream of American life and politics."
His first honoree is Gregg Pollowitz at National Review Online for this bit of pure genius:
U2's "Beautiful Day" is playing at the Barack Obama rally. No Americans write music Obama likes?
Seriously? That's the best you have? November is looking good, folks.