15 January, 2010

Happy Hour Discurso

Today's opining on the public discourse.

Linkfest tonight, I'm afraid, my darlings.  Between various computer woes, spending most of the night reading up on Haiti, and various kitchen woes, I'm fast running out of time.

I have only one thing to say to Arizona Rep. John Shadegg: don't let the door hit you in the ass.

A damned good question is asked of wanna-be Senate candidate Harold Ford.  I predict the answer will be politician-speak for "no."

Hypocrisy runs rampant, Club for Growth edition.

In case you were wondering if the GOP's strategy was to be obstinate little naysayers from the very beginning, the answer is yes.

What Sarah Palin and Bart Simpson have in common.

Palin, meanwhile, thinks Faux News is gonna pull some more of that "gotcha" journalism on her, so she studies Teh Google

Scott Brown wants everybody to know he does too know what the Tea Party is, and has the transcripts to prove it.  He may think his little playing-dumb tapdance was clever, but he actually sounded smarter when he was being misquoted.

And Michael Steele tries to re-write history. Again.

They'd be funny if they weren't so fucking pathetic....

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