Archive for December 2, 2011
Don’t forget: Joe the Plumber is running for congress:
If the attention a candidate gets from from the media is any indication, ol’ Joe must be doing ah, really well:
The ABC Evening News w/Diane Sawyer just aired a piece about how great it is to work until you’re in your 90’s. The segment featured a 90-year-old hairdresser who’s still going strong and yes, she seemed perfectly happy.
Kudos to her but I can’t help but wonder what the point was. If I know the “liberal media” like I think I do, what I just saw was an opening salvo in a campaign designed to convince already-exhausted Americans that hey, if the corporatocracy takes away your Social Security, any pensions you might have, your health benefits, your accrued vacation time, etc., life’s a beach but you’re just too spoiled to notice how great it is. And if you don’t like it, strap your boots on, put a smile on your face and work into your 90’s, and if you complain or physically can’t do that, there’s something wrong with you, not with the system.
This would be our Tweet of the Day:
I can’t stand John King and sadly, I can’t stand CNN anymore. Liberal media my yas. They’re Fox News wannabees.
It’s break time!
I could learn a thing or two from Casper here about savoring every single moment:
This morning the Cain campaign launched a subsection of its website devoted to: “Women for Cain.” This is what the homepage looked like then:
See those four happy, young women? Think they’re rooting for Herman? Wait, before you answer, go HERE.
Oops. You’re busted! This is what the homepage looks like now:
You probably heard that Donald Trump will moderate a Newsmax-sponsored GOP presidential debate in Iowa on December 27 (six days before the caucuses). Donald Trump as moderator? The deranged Newsmax as sponsor? And they’re calling it a “debate?” I don’t think so. Let’s get real and call it a loon-fest.
Anyway, Jon Huntsman thinks the notion that this will be a “debate” is pretty funny too. This is what his campaign had to say today about whether or not he would participate:
Lol. We look forward to watching Mitt and Newt suck-up to The Donald with a big bowl of popcorn.
Katie bar the door! This is a campaign for President of the United States of America for God’s sake, not a reality show…or am I wrong about that?