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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Quote of the Day

From Mitt Romney (believe it or not):

"Since the president has been president, the cost of gasoline has doubled. Not exactly what he might have hoped for. … He’s said it’s not my fault. By the way, we’ve gone from ‘Yes, we can’ to ‘It’s not my fault.’ Well, this is in fact his fault.”

It's Obama's fault for no other reason than the fact that he's gotten his wish.


Dumb & Dumber

CNN's Soledad O'Brien is fighting these days for her credibility.  And losing.  So what does she do?  She brings onto her show an expert to back her up.  And proceeds to destroy her credibility as well.

Slick move, toots.

See "Soledad O’Brien is right and everybody needs to shut up about it, says Soledad O’Brien (UPDATE: Did Dorothy Brown forget what she wrote?)"

And be prepared to be amused.

Feminists Eat This Crap Up

This from Hillary Clinton sounds so ... right.  Er, left:

"'I've made women a cornerstone of American foreign policy,' Clinton told a 'Women in the World Summit' in New York City on Saturday."

This as she and her equally feminist boss work to abandon Afghan women to their fate.

And ignore women around the world - no, make that exclusively in Muslim areas of the world - who are relegated to cattle status.

With not a peep from Madam Fem Goddess.

Keep believin' your blather, sista.  And keep slingin' it.  Your elitist friends in Manhattan just eat your kind of nonsense up.

Taranto Rules

This guy reminds me so much of me:
The Whine Spectator

"Former Sen. Arlen Specter (Pa.) writes in a new book that President Obama ditched him in the 2010 election after he helped Obama win the biggest legislative victory of his term by passing healthcare reform," the Hill reports:

"Specter also claims that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) did not uphold his promise to grant him seniority accrued over 28 years of service in the Senate as a Republican.

"Specter, who rocked Washington's political establishment and made headlines around the country when he left the Republican Party to join Democrats in April of 2009, has kept quiet about these slights until now.

Awful, isn't it? Specter trusted these guys, and they just stabbed him in the back! It must have shaken him to the core to realize just how disloyal distinguished elected officials were capable of being.
That's James Taranto, the master of snark.

And my favorite columnist.

Well ...

You Know You're On The Right Side ...

... when you have geniuses like this on the other:

Woody Harrelson on GOP: 'The S--t Those People Say Just Makes Me Weep for Humanity'


Whatever, dude.