Inoperable Terran

Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)

Some cheese with that?

Damon would never ‘whine’.

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  • Smart move

    Ken Mehlman predictably stepped down as RNC chairman, and it looks like Michael Steele is the guy. Interestingly, Karl Rove opposes Steele, but at this point I’d consider that a positive.

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  • Wasn’t that the guy in Star Wars who yells “It’s a trap!”? Anyway, the true agenda is now on display.

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  • Murtha: Cut and run is on

    We’ll see.

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  • Moderates like, you know, the DLC run by the Clintons.

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  • Some important questions

    Jim Treacher has a few.

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  • Bark at the moon

    It’s Thursday, so Misha will be on Wide Awakes Radio from 11 to midnight Central time. You can even call in toll-free and talk to His Rottieness.

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  • Meanwhile

    Nobody still knows what the heck is going on in Cuba.

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  • Guardian, EU ecstatic

    Of course, it’s because they think we’re going to go full socialist like them now. Not happening.

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  • Mark Steyn on Rummy.

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  • “The pants”

    Damon’s now a fashion critic. Or something.

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  • Limbaugh is frakking psychic.

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  • Speaking truth to power

    The moon god isn’t wrong when he says:

    ‘Fess up, righty bloggers: as bummed as you are about last night’s washout, you’re kind of enjoying the thought of how much easier your job’s about to get.

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  • Especially in Ohio, where the Republican anti-gun governor was defeated by a pro-gun Democrat.

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  • Ok, this is not cool

    Bush fired Donald Rumsfeld. I can only imagine Frank’s next In My World.

    Meanwhile, here’s his last one, which is pretty good.

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  • Book recommendation

    There’s a new book on basic economics for laypeople out, and Dr. Walter E. Williams highly recommends it.

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  • Blatent pandering

    Boortz ran a radio ad this morning that was in saturation bombing in Atlanta. It claimed that voting for Republicans would repeal civil rights, “undo all the work of Dr. King”, and “bring back the police dogs and fire hoses”. Plus “some African-Americans may even die”. Now before you roll your eyes, this ad was for a seat on the Fulton County Commission. Really. Some not-sh*t county job and they roll out that much fear.

    UPDATE: He’s put up the full text and audio of the ad right here.

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  • Center of gravity

    Ed Driscoll and Jonah Goldberg agree: many of the Democrats elected were moderates (several ran as unabashedly pro-gun) and this election is going to be terrible for Hillary.

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  • Ongoing

    Mark Steyn had a live diary going into the wee hours last night – you can read it here.

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  • How the Donks could lose control

    Laurence has a not all that outrageous scenario.

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  • Ouch

    Damon’s suffering for the election.

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  • The day after

    Ace’s analysis. Yes, it’s actually pretty good.

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  • Gaaaah

    Apparently Tony Snow said that now that there’s a Democratic Congress El Jorge is fired up about getting amnesty for illegals passed.

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  • 0-21

    …but Ned Lamont went down in flames. Kos’s losing streak in non-primary elections continues unbroken.

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  • The first sharia US state

    The CAIR Candidate™ won in Minnesota.

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