Sunday, June 03, 2012

Two filthy people

Democrat or Bubonic
Today's Plague Culture
Which of these two will one day regret their shameful indulgence the most?

Res Ipsa Loquitur

I'll go out on a limb and say the kid on the right.  It's obvious that he comes from a good family, and with age can come redemption, and an ability to feel shame.  Maybe he'll read this (below), and have an epiphany about the people he's associating with.  

Unbelievable. The Democrats are looking down the barrel of a humiliating defeat in Wisconsin’s recall election on Tuesday, so today they played their last card: they started a rumor that Scott Walker fathered an illegitimate child 24 years ago. The “scoop” comes from something called the Wisconsin Citizens Media Co-op. The “Co-op” attributes the story to a woman named Bernadette Gillick, who teaches physical therapy at the University of Minnesota. Ms. Gillick claims to have known Walker’s girlfriend (she adamantly denies that Walker is the father of her child)  when they were students at Marquette. The “Co-op” says it has “not been able to independently verify Bernadette’s account.” No surprise there.

Will the Democrats’ last-minute smear have any impact? It is hard to say ... [Democrats Go Over the Top With Last-Minute Walker Smear]

As for the girl?  The betting window is closed.

A Paul Krugman Moment


Paul Krugman. on ABC's This Week Sunday

And the fact of the matter is, this president
has not managed to get very much of what he
wanted done. He -- it's terribly unfair that he's
being judged on the failure of the economy
to respond to policies that had been largely
dictated by a hostile Congress.


Res Ipsa Loquitur

Dad's Chevy Super Sport

Finding Dad's Car

cuzzin ricky "... even if it's a commecial."

Can’t Save New York Times

Coming Soon:
Media Matters Buys New York Times
$580K Stock Deal

But First: Bloomberg Can’t Save New York Times Co. 
Read Between the Flames

Res Ipsa Loquitur

New York magazine’s recent profile of New York Times Co. (NYSE:NYT) Chairman Arthur Sulzberger does a great job portraying the family drama and economic pressures that led to the ouster of his one-time friend CEO Janet Robinson. Perhaps hoping to end the depressing (or, schadenfreudial pleasing) story on an optimistic note, the article raised the notion that Bloomberg L.P., the private media company founded by New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, would ride to the rescue of the beleaguered publisher “and save the paper from itself, a kind of best worst-case scenario for the Ochs-Sulzberger family.”

This is wishful thinking. [Bloomberg Can’t Save New York Times Co.]

Where this patch, Professor Cohen

New minority label at CUNY: ‘Jewish’

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Touting a move to make its faculty more diverse, CUNY administrators have broken out Jews into a separate minority group: “White/Jewish.”
You can't make this stuff up.

Pet snake bites man.

R there 2 Amaricas? NO. Just parallell universes



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