So this is the way the RNC Chairman Michael Steele is going to rebrand the Republican Paryt? By saying MY BAD? LOL
“Tonight, we tell America: we know the past, we know we did wrong. My bad,” said Steele. “But we go forward in appreciation of the values that brought us to this point.”
“My bad” may be hip and all, but…um…Full Story... →
Jonathan Krohn. All you need to know about the Conservative Political Action Conference and the future of both Conservatism and the Republican Party is that the big talk about the event was a prodigy talking point spouting 13 year old will apparently lead them out of the darkness.
This is my favorite part:
“He came up to me, grabbed my hand, and shook it,” said Joe the Plumber. “If I didn’t know any better I would say he was 30 years old. He definitely has a great confidence about him. I enjoyed talking with him…. He’s definitely sharp.”
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Tim Russo of BloggerInterrupted does it again. His now world famous Sarah Palin Mob is a blog/YouTube classic and was a 2008 Presidential campaign narrative changer.
This time Tim, whose mastery of giving the opposition enough video rope to hang themselves is unequaled, catches Cleveland’s “Tea Party” protesters in all their glory. They don’t call Barack Obama a terrorist, they call President Barack Obama Un-American. Literally. As in he was not born in this country and is not really the President.
One quick observation here. Aren’t conservatives and Republicans the ones who make […]Full Story... →
The Coen Brothers, directors of one of my favorite movies “The Big Lebowski” direct the following spot for a coalition group of environmental groups called The Reality Campaign. It’s pretty funny and surely embodies the Coen brother wit:
Clean coal. Such a thing?
Update: Check out the behind the scene footageFull Story... →
The Dispatch posted a web-only letter today by John Kasich titled Governor’s budget plan will worsen Ohio’s plight.
The letter retardedly attacks Ted Strickland for creating a balanced budget without raising taxes without offering anything substantive in the way of alternatives.
Kasich offers no real solutions, only a few sentences mirroring the standard, out-of-date Republican talking points on the need to “streamline government” and lower taxes on businesses.
That crap may work on Fox news, John, but if you have any intention of not getting blown out of the water next November you’re going to have to do […]Full Story... →
What? You didn’t think this was OVER did you? hahaFull Story... →
What is it about Michael Steele that makes him such a good choice to head up the RNC?
According to John Kasich it’s because Steele is “very articulate and likeable.”
To be fair to John, he was probably comparing Steele to the other black candidate for RNC chairman, Ken Blackwell, who happens to be fairly inarticulate and extremely unlikeable.Full Story... →
Recently the State of Ohio setup a website that allows Ohio’s residents to suggest projects that should be funded by federal stimulus dollars.
A list of over 8000 suggestions received on the site has recently been posted for everyone to review. I haven’t worked my way through the whole list yet, but I have found some pretty interesting stuff in the ones I have reviewed.
A big chunk of the submissions deal with local problems – roads, sewers, etc. Over 80 suggested projects relate specifically to “sludge”. Yuck.
There are also a lot of projects submitted by people who […]Full Story... →