MoDo Principle

More of a tactic than a principle, this is a term coined by Andrew Sullivan referring to the writing style of Maureen Dowd. It refers to criticism of everything anyone does, and hope no one looks at the source documents. This term is seldom used.

See also Dowd, MoDo and MoDoCon.

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