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The Liberal Doomsayer

The Liberal Doomsayer
My blog deals primarily with national politics in the U.S. as well as, on occasion, local politics in Pennsylvania. From time to time, I may have something to say about sports and entertainment as well. I try to interpret information that shapes the
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The AMA?s Health Care ?Rx? ? No Good For What Ails You
2009-06-12 00:53:00
This New York Times story tells us the following?WASHINGTON ? As the health care debate heats up, the American Medical Association is letting Congress know that it will oppose creation of a government-sponsored insurance plan, which President Obama and many other Democrats see as an essential element of legislation to remake the health care system.The opposition, which comes as Mr. Obama prepares to address the powerful doctors? group on Monday in Chicago, could be a major hurdle for advocates of a public insurance plan. The A.M.A., with about 250,000 members, is America?s largest physician organization.While committed to the goal of affordable health insurance for all, the association had said in a general statement of principles that health services should be ?provided through private markets, as they are currently.? It is now reacting, for the first time, to specific legislative proposals being drafted by Congress.Anybody remember that old saying about ?déjà vu all over again??Be...
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Some Words From A "Boomer"
2009-06-11 23:50:00
(And I also posted here.)This may be the most self-absorbed post I?ve ever written, and I apologize in advance for doing so, but I feel I have to say something (I have something else I?ll try to finish up later ? if nothing else, you can consider this my response in advance to the next column that J.D. Mullane of the Bucks County Courier Times will surely write on this subject).The Murdoch Street Journal here tells us the following?In 1969, baby boomers took podiums at college graduations around the country and pledged to redefine the world in their image.Forty years later, they have, and now they are apologizing for it. Their collective advice for the class of 2009: Don't be like us.Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, 60 years old, told the graduating class of Butler University last month that boomers have been "self-absorbed, self-indulgent and all too often just plain selfish."New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, 55, told Grinnell College graduates in Iowa that his was "the grassho...
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Wednesday Stuff
2009-06-11 05:46:00
"Worst Persons" (Joseph Farah at World Nut Daily accuses K.O. "putting targets on the backs" of people he doesn't like, among other alleged misdeeds - that would be laughable under ordinary circumstances, but it's in particularly bad taste given the shooting at the Holocaust Museum today; and speaking of that tragedy, Flush Limbore mentions the supposed mystery of Obama's birth certificate - this is really old, people - and then, an hour later, the shooting takes place allegedly by a white supremacist who believed the same thing; but Michele Bachmann takes it for reasons that give me more of a headache than usual with her, so I'll just let Keith describe it..."economists," huh? I knew Paul Krugman was powerful, but not THAT powerful)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and this song fits more than usual today.
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Wednesday Mashup (6/10/09)
2009-06-11 00:29:00
Not a lot going on here, but just some stuff I wanted to highlight?The drip, drip, drip from the bad Bushco days continues, as the New York Times tells us here?WASHINGTON ? So far, President Obama has managed to curb Congressional calls for a national commission to investigate Bush administration detention policies. But Mr. Obama cannot control the courts, and lawsuits are turning out to be the force driving disclosures about brutal interrogations.?In new responses to lawsuits, the C.I.A. has agreed to release information from two previously secret sources: statements by high-level members of Al Qaeda who say they have been mistreated, and a 2004 report by the agency?s inspector general questioning both the legality and the effectiveness of coercive interrogations.The Qaeda prisoners? statements, made at tribunals at the detention camp at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, were previously excised from transcripts of the proceedings, but they will be at least partly disclosed by this Friday, acco...
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Some Remodeling Suggestions For Operation Rescue
2009-06-10 23:24:00
This story tells us the following?TOPEKA, Kan. ? The group that tried for years to put slain abortion provider Dr. George Tiller out of business is interested in buying his now-closed clinic in Wichita, its president said, but an attorney for the doctor rejected the idea as a publicity stunt.Operation Rescue president Troy Newman said that his group has discussed the idea of buying the tan, windowless clinic in east Wichita. He made the comment after the Tiller family announced Tuesday that the clinic would be closed permanently."I would love to make an offer on that abortion clinic, and that's some of the discussion that we're having," Newman said in a telephone interview Tuesday from his group's headquarters in Wichita.Here are some suggestions that I believe Newman should pursue after he purchases what was formerly the clinic on behalf of Operation Rescue (and despite what Tiller family attorney Dan Monnat said in the story ? and based on this also ? I believe this is a lot mo...
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Tuesday Stuff
2009-06-10 05:56:00
And would you believe that the New York Times actually reviewed this idiot's act the other day (which I guess was a public service when you think about it)? He needs an intervention instead of an audience......and RIP, Kenny Rankin.
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Tuesday Mashup (6/9/09)
2009-06-10 00:48:00
As a follow up to this post yesterday, I thought this was a great Letter to the Editor that appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer today (here)?I strongly disagree with Michael Smerconish that adding video cameras in aircraft cockpits will provide more data than black boxes ("Flights need 21st century technology in cockpit," Sunday).I also disagree with his assertion that the video from the cameras can be streamed to airline home bases in real time. Simply because it is possible to stream video over cell phones does not mean it can be done with fast-moving airplanes without ticket prices going through the roof.The flight data recorder of modern aircraft like the Airbus A330 already records aircraft speed, engine speed, position of control surfaces, and many other critical parameters.In addition, the cockpit voice recorder provides the conversations of the pilots. While video may show the movements of the pilots, it will not provide any more aircraft performance parameters needed for ...
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An Overdue Iraq War Post
2009-06-09 23:13:00
(And I also posted here.)Sorry I haven?t had anything to say on this for a little while, but as noted here?The House is about to vote on another supplemental spending bill for continued and escalated wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (without any exit strategy for Afghanistan whatsoever -- having refused to include that amendment).?Here are three reasons to join with the peace movement in asking your representative to vote No: This bill funds illegal and immoral wars; it funds the IMF; and it bans the release of torture photos and videos from the Bush-Cheney years.The third item pertains to the so-called Lieberman-Graham Amendment, which, I?m happy to note here, has been dropped from the supplemental (oops, not so fast ? definitely not a shining moment for Obama based on this).Update: Tee, hee, hee...I just checked Patrick Murphy?s web site, and at the moment there is no indication of how he will vote, but I?m inclined to believe that he will support the supplemental based on prior votes...
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Monday Stuff
2009-06-09 05:41:00
"Still Bushed" (I swear, I don't think we'll ever stop having to deal with this crap one way or another...if you thought the contractor recordkeeping under Former President Highest Disapproval Rating In Gallup Poll History was utterly nonexistent...well, you're right, but think again anyway; and Ok, so we give our former pal Pervez Musharraf in Pakistan $7 bil to fight al Qaeda, and he uses a lot of the money to build weapons systems to threaten India - guess P.M. taught Dubya a thing or two about "bait and switch" here for a change; and Keith tells us the story of plaintiff in the Boumediene v. Bush case - somebody else who got rounded up for no good reason, by all accounts)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and I don't know how much of a parallel you can draw between K.O.'s clip and this vid, but all I know is that I like it because it rocks.
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Fly The Spying Skies On Smerky Airlines
2009-06-09 00:59:00
(And I also posted here.)In his column yesterday, intrepid Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Michael Smerconish leads off with the following?Drivers today don't make a move without receiving instruction from their GPS. Kids communicate face-to-face using iChat on their laptops. Nobody leaves home without a BlackBerry. We read books on the Kindle, watch movies in the car, and buy music from our cell phones.Smerky must live in the ?high rent? district; I know plenty of people, including your humble narrator, who don?t own one of the latest doodads he just described (though I could download a ring tone to my cell phone, to be honest, but I?m not sure what the reaction would be if ?Secret Agent Man,? for example, started playing in the event that I were to accidentally leave my cell on and receive a call while meeting a client).But the real point he?s trying to make here is that video cameras should be installed in the cockpits of planes, in the wake of the tragic Brazilian air liner cra...
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Friday Stuff
2009-06-06 03:19:00
I posted earlier about Reagan, and then I happened to find this - I always thought this was hilarious, by the way, showing off, among other things, the genius of the late, great Phil Hartman......and hopefully it will dry out enough around here for us to enjoy the weekend - we'll see.
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The Day The Amnesia Attack Began
2009-06-06 01:05:00
(Posting will probably be sporadic early next week, by the way.)In addition to the eve of the 41st anniversary of the death of Robert F. Kennedy, today is the fifth anniversary of the passing of a certain R. Reagan who once inhabited the White House.As noted in ?Tear Down This Myth? by Will Bunch (here), the code phrase for the Reagan sendoff was ?Operation Serenade,? and the moment that phrase was spoken via phone to a member of the team designated to assist with the funeral arrangements, that person knew it was their duty to drop everything and head towards to Bel-Air, California Reagan home and do his or her part in the ?last rites.?I would like to leave it at that, saying only that the ?Reaganalia? that started with the death of our 40th president was a masterpiece of ceremony and the most meticulous planning imaginable. However, the wretched excess of the historical revisionism that followed was often too much for your humble narrator to take (I was nearing the point of taking ...
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Thune ?Sings? The Same Old ?Bad Government? Tune
2009-06-05 23:10:00
(And I also posted over here.)There?s no congressional summary today, since our elected officials returned from their break last Monday, and a summary of their activity this week isn?t available yet.But in the matter of ?activity under the dome,? The Hill (here) tells us that South Dakota Repug Senator John Thune has introduced a bill??the Freedom from Government Competition Act (S. 1167), that would require the federal government to rely on the private sector when providing services that are readily available. This legislation does not mandate the privatization of any federal service, but instead codifies the ?Yellow Pages? test, which says that if a federal service can also be found in the Yellow Pages, that service or product should be subject to market competition.And of course, Thune tells us that ?studies? have found that such legislation could save $28 billion.Yeah, sure.I?m in favor of saving tax dollars as much as the next person, but if Thune is going to act in an intellec...
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Thursday Stuff
2009-06-05 04:37:00
"Worst Persons" (Wingnut U.S. House Rep Lamar Smith of Texas says that "liberal media bias" is the greatest threat to America - yeah, I'll remember that while I'm enduring Tweety and Joe Scar on MSNBC, with more on the latter in a minute or two; Elisabeth Hasselbeck of "The View" and someone named Michael Rubin of NRO said that Obama didn't mention democracy in his speech today - uh, no...and why exactly should anyone take Hasselbeck's word for anything anyway? What else did she do but appear on "Survivor" a few years ago, without even winning; but Jill Stanek of World Nut Daily takes it for publishing personal information on doctors who, like the slain George Tiller, also perform third-trimester abortions...and as Keith tells us, Stanek ends up promoting something she opposes - intolerant AND stoo-pid, people)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and speaking of "Morning Joe," Jon Stewart quite rightly takes them to task for fluffing the...
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Today's Moment Of Absurdity From Dana Perino
2009-06-05 00:51:00
Via Wonkette, it seems that the former Bushco mouthpiece is now collecting a paycheck for the National Review Online, where she tells us (in response to Obama?s speech today, where he reached out to Muslims in particular)?In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as ?Muslims? any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists. He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom. The people of the Middle East should be treated with dignity not because they are Muslims, but because they are human beings. And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them.Funny, but using that Google thingie to search for ?Hebrew fascism,? ?Christian fascism,? ?Buddhism fascism? or ?I-Don?t-Believe-In fascism? doesn?t yield any results.However?
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The Day Democracy Died...Almost
2009-06-04 22:17:00
The Washington Post (here) and New York Times (here) published reflections of Chinese citizens as to how their lives were affected by the Tiananmen Square Massacre, which occurred 20 years ago today (the remembrance by Times? columnist and one-time Beijing bureau chief Nicholas Kristof was, I thought, particularly good).What strikes me as I read all of this is that many of those sharing their thoughts and experiences who are now about 60 years of age or older seem to chide the protestors for ?rocking the boat,? while those very young (elementary school age to high school) have no recollection of the events of that day at all (and by the way, the crackdown extended throughout Beijing, not just in the Square).The age group falling between those loose parameters seems to include those who truly paid the price for their protest in years of imprisonment, to say nothing of denial of jobs, benefits including health care, and various other ways that The State seems determined to persecute t...
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Wednesday Stuff
2009-06-04 04:58:00
So you're wondering what the House Repugs think of trying to develop "green" jobs to help rebuild our economy? Well, think no more (can't come up with a word to describe the hypocrisy of these asshats pretending to care about "taxpayer dollars" when they spent us into a deep, dark hole during 2000-2006 from which we're still trying to climb out)......K.O. talks to Chris Hayes of The Nation about more revelations concerning "Darth" Cheney and torture...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and I thought this was a good interview of Dan Rather by Rachel Maddow on much the same subject...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and RIP, Koko Taylor.
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Automakers ?Creamed? Over ?CAFÉ?? No Way!
2009-06-04 00:20:00
(And I also posted here ? sorry I couldn?t work something to do with sugar into the attempted pun of the post title to make it even more obnoxious?and I?ll address the CAFÉ standards later).This Murdoch Street Journal editorial by Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. criticizes President Obama for not having the courage of a president who once championed deregulation (contrasting Obama?s treatment of the automakers with another president?s deregulation of our railroads many years ago).And if you guessed that the president Jenkins refers to besides Obama is Jimmy Carter and not The Sainted Ronnie R (and yes, I know he got his statue here ? I?ll eat a jellybean tonight in his honor, OK?), then you get to line your bird cage with the next edition of The Weekly Standard.What Jenkins somehow fails to tell us is that (as noted here), the Staggers Rail Act of 1980 was one of a bunch of acts aimed at effectively neutering the Interstate Commerce Commission, which was formed in 1887 under President Grover...
More Lowlights From The Andrew Malcolm Comedy Show
2009-06-03 18:43:00
The former press secretary for Laura Bush and LA Times opinionator is back to provide more blogging fodder, from here (on the matter of President Obama?s opposition to the nominations of both Hangin? Judge JR and ?Strip Search Sammy? Alito to the High Court, which Malcolm contrasts with Obama?s support for Sonia Sotomayor)?Of additional significance is Obama's outrage over Alito's outright dismissal of some ordinary complainants' appeals without a court hearing (discovered in rulings prior to Alito?s confirmation). Which, of course, is precisely what Obama's nominee, Judge Sotomayor, did to the white firemen's appeals in the increasingly famous New Haven reverse discrimination case. Hmmm.Uh, no.This tells us that, in the case of Nathanson v. Medical College of Pennsylvania (1991), Alito ?disagreed with the majority who concluded a woman could sue the state for allegedly failing to accommodate her disability from a car accident. His fellow judges said Alito used an overly strict...
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Tuesday Stuff
2009-06-03 04:54:00
The first "Worst Persons" following the K.O. pledge not to play Billo The Murder Encouraging Clown for laffs (George Jackson of the Detroit Economic Development Corporation decides to bulldoze Tiger Stadium and, with it, over 100 years of baseball tradition in the process, and depriving inner-city kids of the chance for some diamond fun, as it were; Stuart Taylor of The National Journal says that Sonia Sotomayor's incredibly obvious observations about women and minorities while at Princeton should be held against her, but anything along those lines by "Strip Search Sammy" Alito should be ignored - Atrios is always after this guy, and I'm starting to find out the reason; but the owners of Burger King stores in Memphis, TN get the nod for their "Global Warming Is Baloney" signs...uh, I've eaten their food in the past, and sometimes I wondered if that was the substance they snuck into the bun, covering it with the condiments so as not to give it away)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking ...
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Tuesday Mashup (6/2/09)
2009-06-03 00:09:00
(And I also posted here.)Not a lot going on today in Doomsy land, but I did manage to come across a few items of interest:From here?WASHINGTON ? The Senate took a step Tuesday toward giving the government some controls over the tobacco industry, bolstering the chances that a long-sought goal of anti-smoking advocates will finally be realized.The 84-11 Senate vote to consider the bill came a month after the House overwhelmingly passed a similar measure giving the Food and Drug Administration authority to regulate cigarettes and other tobacco products.Why exactly is this necessary? Well, as the New York Times told us a few days ago (from here)?(A recent) unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld major elements of a 2006 lower court decision that found big tobacco companies guilty of racketeering and fraud as part of a prolonged campaign to deceive and addict the public. That 1,742-page opinion, rendered by Judge G...
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Monday Stuff (update)
2009-06-02 04:44:00
I have to tell you that I have ideas for videos that I usually put here, and I will get back to that stuff soon, but I don't want any of that stuff to detract from what Keith Olbermann has to say here in response to the murder of Dr. George Tiller.And this is game, set and match in the matter of Fix Noise and their foul influence here. If I may turn the McCarthyite phrase "jackal pack" the other way towards them, I think it fits for the ravening, inhuman hyenas that these life forms truly are.And by the way, I'm sure it goes without saying here that, inasmuch as Fix Noise deals in facts (not much, I know), they're wrong on the matter of Tiller performing third-trimester abortions for any woman seeking one. And far be it for them to deal with that pesky fact that Tiller was acquitted by a jury on charges of performing abortions illegally (not deal with it honestly, I mean - that and more is noted here).And as you watch Keith's segment, you realize that, though O'Reilly (with an ...
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Three Monday Idiots
2009-06-02 00:11:00
This Op-Ed piece in the New York Times from James (The Dow Is On Its Way to 36,000; Yes, He Really Predicted That) Glassman impugns Obama in the G.M. bankruptcy proceedings because, to hear Glassman tell it, Obama is hosing the bond holders.Funny thing, though ? as firedoglake tells us here concerning the bankruptcy code?(e)(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of this title, the debtor in possession, or the trustee if one has been appointed under the provisions of this chapter (hereinafter in this section ?trustee? shall include a debtor in possession), shall timely pay and shall not modify any retiree benefits?.So the retirees come first, and then it?s up to the bondholders to negotiate with the only entity with cash on hand at the moment (if they haven't already done so), which happens to be the U.S. Government. And if they don?t like the deal they got?well, boo-freaking-hoo, people! I?ll hand them the crying towel.Not to be outdone, Indiana Repug Governor (and Bushie) Mitch D...
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J.D. Needs A "Stimulus" Of Common Sense
2009-06-01 22:19:00
(I know I?ve used this pic a lot lately, but it always seems to fit ? and I also posted over here.)I realize I?ve spent a good while now trying to ascertain tiny, fragile segments of reason and common sense lurking into the jingoistic, right-wing drivel of Bucks County Courier Times columnist J.D. Mullane, but I feel that I must continue in this exercise because I find it harder to locate those segments with each passing day.And based on what he concocted yesterday, I should tell you that I seriously believe he has gone ?around the bend? (here) in yet another round of criticizing the economic stimulus plan (with stimulus in quotes, as always)?So how much of President Obama?s ?stimulus? cash will come to Bucks County, and how will it be spent? It?s $156 million ? including the generous $400 ?individual tax credit? most of us receive in $8 increments each paycheck.There are a few dozen public works projects, including $100,000 to refurbish of (sic) the Sellersville Armory. So if Selle...
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Sunday Stuff
2009-06-01 03:17:00
Aside from the utterly repugnant and insulting notion that Dr. George Tiller's "notoriety apparently cost him his life" (uhh...gee, maybe he lost his life because of a MURDEROUSLY DERANGED WINGNUT, and there's no equivalency between his "notoriety" and whether or not he deserved to die...ugh - more from Hunter here at The Daily Kos...and if anyone thinks Operation Rescue isn't at least tangentially involved here, think again).Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy
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Friday Stuff
2009-05-30 05:07:00
Bye Bye Phil, and thanks for the memories (here's "River Deep, Mountain High" with Tina Turner and her late ex Ike, with the Ikettes)......and yeah, what BarbinMD sez here, concerning Robert Gibbs' reaction to Faux News humanoid Major Garrett's attempt to generate "Drudge bait," though his boss uttered similar sentiments; I don't recall a Bushie ever showing contrition for anything, let alone a speech from eight years ago (if "white males" are upset - GOOD!)......and speaking of the prior ruling regime, here's some first-class debunking of their disgusting talking points about torture and the "ticking time bomb" scenario by K.O. (kudos to Carl Levin also for a refreshing dose of reality)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and as I watch this, I find that I'm so glad that more bands don't play in a public restroom.
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Where The Rubber Meets The Road (5/29/09)
2009-05-29 23:34:00
As reported in last Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer, here is how Philadelphia-area members of Congress were recorded on major roll-call votes last week.HouseFederal aviation budget. Voting 277-136, the House passed a bill (HR 915) authorizing $70 billion for federal aviation programs through fiscal 2012. In part, the bill provides $39.3 billion for operating the Federal Aviation Administration, $16.2 billion for airport improvements, and $13.4 billion for modernizing the air-traffic control system.A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate.Voting yes: John Adler (D., N.J.), Robert E. Andrews (D., N.J.), Robert A. Brady (D., Pa.), Michael N. Castle (R., Del.), Charles W. Dent (R., Pa.), Chaka Fattah (D., Pa.), Jim Gerlach (R., Pa.), Tim Holden (D., Pa.), Frank A. LoBiondo (R., N.J.), Patrick Murphy (D., Pa.), Allyson Y. Schwartz (D., Pa.), and Christopher H. Smith (R., N.J.).Voting no: Joseph R. Pitts (R., Pa.) and Joe Sestak (D., Pa.).?Now how on earth could Joe Sestak and Joe Pi...
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Friday Mashup (5/29/09)
2009-05-29 22:06:00
(And also posted over here.)I managed to read the New York Times a bit last week while we were in The Big Apple, and while I didn?t take note of quite enough pundit nonsense in the paper to put into much of a post, I wanted to take note of some stuff anyway.First, Helene Cooper told us the following last Sunday from here?Democrats often complained about President George W. Bush?s frequent use of a rhetorical device as old as rhetoric itself: creating the illusion of refuting an opponent?s argument by mischaracterizing it and then knocking down that mischaracterization.There was much outrage in 2006, for example, when Mr. Bush said that when it came to battling terrorists, ?I need members of Congress who understand that you can?t negotiate with these folks,? implying that Democrats backed talks with Al Qaeda. That assertion was promptly, and angrily, disputed by Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts.Now that there is a new team at the White House, guess who is knocking down straw men l...
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Thursday Stuff
2009-05-29 05:17:00
Step right up for more of your "public healthcare will be run by government bureaucrats" lies right here, ladies and gentlemen (more here - and in a related note)......"Worst Persons" (haven't heard from Mann Coulter for a little while now, fortunately, but she's back, confusing K.O. with the spot-on Ben Affleck parody about the cat, which was really funny by the way; and unbelievably, the human train wreck that is Dennis Miller continues to steal precious cathode rays from our viewing screens in search of some feeble means to try and justify his existence in our electronic universe; and Mark Krikorian apparently doesn't like Judge Sotomayor because she isn't "Anglo" enough for his tastes - yep, take a seat with that Tancredo maniac, and thanks once more for helping to give bloggers a bad name)...Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy...and I dedicate this to Miller and Krikorian, though I'm sure that, even if they were to ever watch it, they ...
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Boy, Erick Erickson Sure Gets Around!
2009-05-28 22:11:00
I read this after reading this, that?s all ? just for fun?(And maybe I'd better not tell him about this either; no way of knowing the reaction.)
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