"And don't give us that you're too busy stuff," Bakari snarks.
Moulitsas is at his best when he snarks about the inanities being passed along the airwaves and through the halls of Congress.
imaginary animal, coined 1876 by Lewis Carroll in "The Hunting of the Snark." In 1950s, name of a type of U.S. cruise missile and in 1980s of a type of sailboat. Meaning "caustic, opinionated, critical rhetoric" is from c.2002 (see snarky) and not directly related, if at all.