Bess Truman was once asked by the women covering the First Lady if she would kindly ask President Truman to stop using the word “manure” in public. Mrs. Truman responded by saying “you have no idea how long it took me to get him to start saying “manure.” Or something like that.
Apparently lawyers have a gentler term for horseshit.
From Hogewash, a part of the Hunton and Williams LLC latest motion to dismiss the RICO2 Electric Boogaloo case:
“Sorry, I was late for dinner, ma. I stepped in some unavailing, and had to scrape it off.”
I just thought I would mention that.
And last night those of us who haven’t even thought of CNBC in 20 years remembered why we deserted it just as soon as there was an available alternative.
But here is a short refresher.
Okay, the entire GOP field had a good night, and we all knew that any NBC brand would be biased.
But why was Reince Priebus shocked?
What, he didn’t see this coming?
Scheduling CNBC for a debate had to be the dumbest move the RNC has made since Michael Steele bused Young Republicans to a lesbian sex show.
For years I have been asking a dumb question. It must be dumb because no one else is asking it. Okay, Roger L. Simondid asked it in 2012, but no one took him seriously either.
Why does the RNC continue to…
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Anyway, Hillary met TV gourmand Anthony Bourdain backstage in the green room, and her campaign thought we’d all like to know about it.
Which I suppose is news when your supporters are made up of low-information Jerry Springer fans and people who watch “Naked and Afraid.”
Watch while Hillary explains her experience with all things cheese to a guy who just wants to plug his book and get out of there. This is real people stuff, people.
…stuffed in things…
I wonder if Hillary knows that Anthony Bourdain and wildlife terrorist…
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Here’s the first post I did about Brett Kimberlin.
No Thugs Zone
Originally Posted on 23 May, 2012
Fellow blogger and Maryland resident Stacy McCain has had to move his family out of the state because of threats related to blogging about Brett Kimberlin. He is not the only blogger suffering abuse from Kimberlin.
Mr. Kimberlin was unwise in choosing to pick a fight with the blogosphere. He is likely to find that, while we don’t always agree with one another, we have each other’s backs when the freedom of the Internet is threatened. Mr. Kimberlin and those who have supported him (I’m looking at you, Ms. Streisand) have bitten off more than they can chew. The pushback is just beginning.
UPDATE–The McCain family is having a ton of unforeseen expenses because of their sudden move. I just hit his tip jar. Why don’t you?
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It’s always difficult for me to watch Patricia Smith because she has fought such a heartbreaking and fruitless battle to get answers for her non-combatant son, Sean’s, tragic death on that horrendous night on 9-11-2011 in Benghazi.
Here she is being schooled by MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on why Sean had to die.
Smith: I think they should have covered his back… there were people that were available… they were told to stand down… until three brave men disobeyed orders…
Mitchell: I know there’s been a lot of dispute… but the fact is the closest military was hours and hours away…
Smith: [It took] nine hours for this thing to be over.Somebody should be able to go there… You can’t understand, you just can’t understand!
Neither do we.
And the only one who does has perhaps already provided us with the best answer we will ever get…
PLACES TO BE SEEN
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The horrible crash at Oklahoma State University yesterday has claimed the life of another victim, this one a two-year-old child. Four more parade-goers remain critical and a dozen or so are in serious condition.
I know this is Golf Weekend, but we haven’t heard President Obama call for sweeping new legislationso we can keep automobiles out of the hands of people who shouldn’t have them.
Could it be that our liberal moral and ethical betters haven’t noticed that there are an average 35,000 automobile deaths annually, roughly the same number as firearms deaths? Or that…
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