- Although Republicans have said for politically correct reasons that the following billboard ad is offensive…
- …I actually find it a very enlightening piece of commentary that exposes the Nazi Left’s tendency to coddle our enem…
OK, I can’t take it anymore. The layers of sheer insanity on display at all of these right-wing blogs is really getting me down, to the point where satirizing them becomes nothing more than a joyless, reflexive compulsion. It seems that every time I come up with some ridiculous new way to lampoon these crazy fools, they somehow manage to write something that make Hunter Thompson’s infamous mescaline-and-ether binges look positively tame. Life is horrible.
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Gavin adds: Oh, we haven’t even checked on Don Surber lately. Don Surber, the conservative newspaper columnist whose blog is rated the #2 most informative news blog on the Internet according to a Carnegie-Mellon study. Don Surber, our Pericles of the Kanawha, our Chemical City Catullus.
I just typed that without knowing what we would find there, chez Surber.
Obama 2007: “The surge is not working.”
Obama 2008: Time to do some “purgery” on my Web site.
The late Johnny Carson loved those hoary movies where the usurper dethroned the king, only to have the king mount a comeback.
Carson noted that they always
“The king is dead!”
The new king would toast this, but as he would drink, a messenger would break in with the news: “The king lives!”
The usurper would then spray his mouthful of wine and gasp, “What?”
I thought of that over the weekend as Democratic Sen. Barack Obama tries to crawl back from his pronouncement in February 2007 that the Surge failed.
But of course, he always. And you would read this and gasp, “What?” The thing is with the.
Seriously though: Is there a lunar event taking place, or something like that? Solar flares? They’re ululating like coyotes out there.