September 27, 2005

Color me surprised

Not. Really, really not.

Does anyone else notice the complete absence of someone holding a sign saying "I'm a Democrat and I'm ashamed of my party"? I guess to the MSM's way of thinking, it'd be as realistic as a Bigfoot photo.

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September 26, 2005

Best analysis

JPod on Andrew Sullivan:


ANDREW SULLIVAN...
...is one of the most humorless people on earth, Jonah, in case you haven't been able to tell. He watches "South Park" for the politics, after all.

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September 20, 2005

And the winner is...

John Cole correctly analyzes the position of Harry Reid and finds it wanting. Excerpt:


Judge Roberts is no fire-breathing ideologue, and if the Democrats do everything they can to block his nomination, and mount a strident and contentious opposition, they are sealing their own fates. If someone like Roberts is going to get 30-40 votes against from Democrats, I see no reason why Bush doesn’t appoint a fire-breathing ideologue. Let ‘em filibuster.

If Roberts is unacceptable, the simple fact is Democrats can’t deal with a Republican appointee. Period.

I think that he's onto something here.

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September 11, 2005

What planet are they from?

Editorial writers for my local paper, the Times-Dispatch, asked what planet George Bush was from for stating that the levee breach wasn't anticipated. Uh, it wasn't. Maybe thw opinion pundits are from the planet Outofthinairea, or possible Madeitupbecauseitsoundsgoodurn.

Appears to be only in the print edition for yesterday.

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September 08, 2005

Quote of the day

And it's from James Taranto:


"What the American people have seen is this incredible disparity in which those people who had cars and money got out and those people who were impoverished died."--Ted Kennedy on Hurricane Katrina

""--Mary Jo Kopechne on Hurricane Katrina

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September 06, 2005

Some advice

Don't piss off Moxie

My contempt for Sean Penn's latest ill-fated photo-op was so profound that I simply couldn't bring myself to blog about it. Fortunately, Moxie is able express her distaste for Madonna's former plaything quite forcefully.

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