Are you shitting me? The worst part is that the Huffington Post had this story two days ago. Not only did they also give in to granting headline status to this non-story, but they’re late to the party.
Honestly, is there anything that isn’t total shit?
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Keith Olbermann was on ABC’s This Week today, I guess trying to prove to potential employers that he is capable of being on camera without threatening to kill someone with his bare hands and/or politely requesting that a loose-lipped staff member be assassinated. The possibility of an outburst made This Week whatever the Sunday morning equivalent [...]
What good fortune did chance bestow upon me today? For some reason I stumbled upon Google News’s election section, or something. I don’t know how I ended up there but after leaving the tab open for at least three hours, I actually skimmed its contents. And I saw something wonderful.
There you have [...]
Is it too late for us to have won the morning? I don’t know what’s wrong with the Romney family. Sure, they are no longer so hellbent on marrying multiple ladies that they willfully reside in a country that has questionable water purity standards and few, if any, eateries on par with Taco Bell in [...]
Have you been following our astoundingly effective social media campaign? If not, then you should, because it is probably the only place you will ever see things written by Karl ever again. Turns out it’s a lot easier to write snarky 140-character responses to things politicians and other dummies write than it [...]
What does $172 million in campaign funds get you? Apparently it gets you an incredibly oversimplified (perhaps to the point of being inaccurate) infographic that simultaneously kicks off the general election campaign and strikes fear into the hearts of the core Democratic constituencies of Poors, Olds and Non-Breeders.
Praise be to Mormo. It was an interminable Republican primary season, during which 11 of our United States voted in favor of a man whose primary concern–after ten years of war, a global economic recession fueled by financial deregulation, and the premiere of Whitney on NBC–was the policing of “illegal” pornography. Unfortunately, all good things must [...]