Belatedly Closing Some Tabs
* When Breitbart says “Jump!”, the Obama administration asks how high. Humiliating. They should reinstate Shirley Sherrod tomorrow and call Breitbart and Fox out by name. More links and discussion at MetaFilter.
* Surprising: The generic Congressional ballot again favors the Democrats. Steve Benen says caveat emptor. Could this have something to do with their bizarre new “rehabilitate Bush” strategy?
* Climate change whip count. Doesn’t look good.
* Sarah Palin has a 76% favorability rating among Republicans. If the economy hasn’t significantly recovered by 2012 she could really be president, folks.
* Constance McMillen has received $35,000 from her Mississippi school district. I thought the damages might be higher.
* Arizona, desperate for me to like it again, has disabled all its speed cameras.
* Friends don’t let friends commit confirmation treason.
* And Glenn Beck says he’s going blind. I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.
Written by gerrycanavan
July 20, 2010 at 7:53 pm
Posted in Look at what I found on the Internet
Tagged with 2010, Andrew Breitbart, Arizona, Barack Obama, Bush, cap and trade, Catholicism, climate change, ecology, Elena Kagan, film, Fox News, gay rights, general election 2012, Glenn Beck, impotence, lies and lying liars, marriage, Mississippi, morally odious morons, physics, police state, politics, race, Republicans, Roger Ebert, Sarah Palin, Shirley Sherrod, speeding, Superman, Supreme Court, the Senate, time travel
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