August 26th, 2009 — Politics
This is some freaky-ass $h!t. WTF? Here are a few that stood out for me. There are hundreds more over at Freaking News.
October 29th, 2008 — Technology
How do I get this app?!
This is sort of like the trains pic I posted a while back.
October 23rd, 2008 — Politics
This totally put a smile on my face this morning!
October 22nd, 2008 — Politics
Well, it was merely a word stumble. But I’d like to think it was a Freudian slip, given that his wife was standing right next to him. (And we all know he’s called Cindy the “C” word before.)
So, if Batman=Obama and Penguin=McCain, does that mean Robin=Biden?! HA!
Via my friend Kenny via Wonkette
October 16th, 2008 — Politics
Silly “health of the mother” extreme pro-abortionists. I really think this was a huge mistake on his part. It’s never wise to belittle the health of a woman when discussing abortion. Sure, it might ingratiate him to his own base, but it’s not going to help win him any independent women voters.
October 14th, 2008 — Politics
Don’t know what to be for Halloween? Well, here’s a quick and easy costume for ya. The Chicago Tribune has high-rez printable masks of McCain, Palin, and Biden. I’m hoping Obama and Clinton are added to the mix soon. (Once again, my thanks to StripedHero.)
October 8th, 2008 — Politics
Whoa. Rolling Stone’s lengthy article really tears apart John McCain’s biography. Here’s just a tiny taste:
Even those in the military who celebrate McCain’s patriotism and sacrifice question why his POW experience has been elevated as his top qualification to be commander in chief. “It took guts to go through that and to come out reasonably intact and able to pick up the pieces of your life and move on,” says Wilkerson, Colin Powell’s former chief of staff, who has known McCain since the 1980s. “It is unquestionably a demonstration of the character of the man. But I don’t think that it is a special qualification for being president of the United States. In some respects, I’m not sure that’s the kind of character I want sitting in the Oval Office. I’m not sure that much time in a prisoner-of-war status doesn’t do something to you. Doesn’t do something to you psychologically, doesn’t do something to you that might make you a little more volatile, a little less apt to listen to reason, a little more inclined to be volcanic in your temperament.”
September 30th, 2008 — Politics
I nearly passed by this little dirty tidbit. In fact, I printed this article a week or so ago and forgot to read it. Basically, the McCain camp has been hiring folks to write ghost-write fake letters to send to newspaper editors around the country. Reeks of Rove
September 26th, 2008 — Politics