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Archive for May, 2010

…who wear T-shirts saying “Wide or Die!”. I am not making this up, and of course the commenters at the HQ dive right in.

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  • 4 crises, 4 failures

    Some are still hoping for a Skittles-crapping unicorn though.

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  • Ear Leader ain’t gonna like this.

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  • More on Obama’s Katrina

    The image of Democrat hyper-competence the party (and Aaron Sorkin) attempted to project is in flames.

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  • Who needs freedom?

    Not universities. In California, the faculty’s quiet while the administration gets raked over the coals by the state’s Attorney General for the high thoughtcrime of inviting Sarah Palin to give a speech. Elsewhere, they’re rioting because of an investigation into the global warming hoax/Ponzi scheme.

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  • More bad news for those looking to demagogue it.

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  • It’ll be supported by new taxes on the Internet itself, cell phones, iPads and iPods, and more. Yay!

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  • Words, just words

    Steyn again, noting that actual kings were generally more self-deprecating than Obama.

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  • Rich enough to be stupid?

    Mark Steyn says we’re not anymore. Bored rich white kids hardest hit.

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  • This is a thing because she claimed they were broken in the run up to health care (and especially after she accepted the “Louisiana Purchase”), when in fact her staff simply turned off the ringers.

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  • Well still gushing

    Turns out it’s hard to stop that sort of thing under 5,000 feet of water. Makes drilling on land look a lot more reasonable.

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  • Common sense

    Rep. Eric Cantor, whom the DNC wants you to know is a Jooooo, on the success of YouCut (a website which lays out federal spending in easy terms and lets users attempt their own solutions for bringing it under control).

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  • The tingle really is gone

    Chris Matthews approvingly played a clip of Rush Limbaugh on his show.

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  • “Hi, Neighbor!”

    The ‘Hawk takes on the liberal obsession with Sarah Palin.

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  • The fatal thin skin

    Axelrod understood it at the start of the campaign. Thanks, David.

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  • Obama as King Canute

    He genuinely appears to believe that giving speeches is all that is necessary to solve things.

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  • Tell me again what the difference is between the current media with respect to Democrat officeholders and Pravda/Tass in the USSR?

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  • On the grounds that it was a “notoriously violent force”. I am not making this up.

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  • PBS’s Tavis Smiley is dumb

    I mean, I think everyone already knew that (it’s hard to find even liberals that will defend him) but here we go.

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  • I guess the dead horse’s head arrived.

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  • Is the staging behind Obama always fake? First it was styrofoam Greek columns, now this.

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  • Funny how John didn’t notice that back during the campaign.

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  • He goes completely nuts from one reporter ringing the doorbell. Imagine if 500 protesters were bused in. (Bonus: Todd already put up an extra-tall fence so he can’t see them anymore).

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  • Obama’s unforced errors

    There have been 3 major ones so far.

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  • This time: female legal secretaries on why they’d rather work for men.

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