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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...
Currently the rather familiar-sounding headline on HuffPo as of 7:30pm, November 4: Yeah, you read it here first at 3a.m., November 3: You know what they say: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery! Here's what GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell said that has the progs in fits: That's the spirit, GOP. Keep it up.... Read More
Dim bulbs.
Well, well. It looks like the libs are coming down with a case of Strong Conservative Woman Envy. Take a look at this: What makes the piece extra-amusing: The female writer, Taylor Marsh, posted her lament on the blog of political cross-dressing Gingrichite-turned-liberal Arianna Huffington. No comment from Marsh on Arianna's wattage.
Problem: Too many damned conservative authors dominating the New York Times best-seller lists. Solution: A Fairness Doctrine from books!
Make a note of the Hollywood celebrities featured in this health insurance industry-bashing joint production from MoveOn.org and Will Ferrell, Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde, et al. No word yet on whether they'll be making a protest video about the fund-raiser for Nancy Pelosi in Washington, D.C. being hosted by UnitedHealth care lobbyist Steve Elmendorf --... Read More
Nutroots compassion.
According to his biography, Adam Clark Estes "attended Harvard University where he was an editor at the Harvard Crimson and president of Current Magazine, a national student magazine partnered with Newsweek. Estes is also the editor of IvyGate, a blog covering the news and gossip of the Ivy League, and has worked at Salon.com, 826... Read More
What's more shameless than the Associated Press defying the wishes of a dying Marine's family and splashing his bloody body all over the wires? Why, the Huffington Post reprinting a massively large version of the image on its front page with an accompanying blog commentary praising the AP photographer's work as "tasteful" -- along with... Read More
"...among our prizes is a grand-prize of a trip for two to Honolulu, Hawaii..."
The national media doesn't want to talk about the dominance of conservative books atop the New York Times best-seller list and other national lists. But it's clearly getting under the Left's skin. At HuffPo, a Soros-tied co-author has launched a bid to dislodge conservative authors -- and he's asking for help from every last nutroots... Read More
A whopping two people have contributed a whopping $75 to the new campaign to unseat NY GOP Rep. Peter King because he called Michael Jackson a "low-life" and a "pervert." HuffPo is promoting this lost cause. Shamon!
I noted on Twitter and in my live-blog of Obama's press conference that the president called on/coached HuffPo's Nico Pitney in an obvious, pre-planned question on Iranians communicating through social media and the Internet. The question itself was unobjectionable and Obama's response was so bland and rambling I don't remember it. But what was noteworthy... Read More
Huff and puff.
The Huffington Post demonstrates its moral superiority and commitment to Obama-esque positivity by breaking out the w-word again. They're incensed that conservatives on Fox News would dare to express dissenting views of the inaugural festivities. Dissent no longer equals patriotism. Dissent = RAAAAAAAACISM. Feel the HuffPo brand of Hope and Change: Yeah, that's me. "Whore... Read More
Who's up for a nickname contest for Arianna Huffington's recycling website? My suggestion: The Huffington Re-Post. I like Whet Moser's, too: Grand Theft HuffPo.
Fannie/Freddie fooferaw.
How desperate is the Huffington Post to point to an Obama/Biden-like rhetorical gaffe by Sarah Palin? This desperate: (Hat tip: HA Headlines) The only ones without a clue here are the HuffPo's Obama water-carriers. As I wrote four years ago about the Fannie/Freddi
Want a project for the holidays? Check this out: Arianna Huffington is calling on her minions to design posters that capture their BDS spirit. It's "A HuffPost Project: Posterizing the Modern GOP." She hooked up with one Rich Silverstein, the guy who created the "Got Milk?" ad campaign, and came up with three posters "that... Read More
Blogger for Gulfstream Liberal Queen's website attacks conservative driving habits. Hilarity ensues.
A sanctimonious liberal (redundancy alert!) blogger excoriates various conservatives who all presumably own massive, gas-guzzling vehicles like the Ford F-150: The blogger, one Bob Cesca, published his post at the Huffington Post, founded by the Queen of gas-guzzling Gulfstream Liberals, Arianna Huffington. Yes, the same Arianna Huffington who was caught driving this Chevy Suburban beauty... Read More
...but HuffPo and Co. only complain when it's directed at themselves. No mention of hate-monger Jane Hamsher's "b**ch is dead meat" and "sandpaper sn**ch" attacks on Kate O'Beirne. No mention of other "feminist" attacks on independent-minded (read: non-left) bloggers--a phenomenon Dr. Helen noted here. And, of course, no mention of this or this. Some women... Read More
MKH notices that the Huffington Post has disallowed comments on an article about VP Cheney's blood clot. The first step toward recovery...
The big buzz out of the Lieberman-Lamont debate today was generated by......GOP candidate Alan Schlesinger. Yup. Greg at The Political Pit Bull thinks he was a bit over the top, but agrees Schlesinger made the most of the debate. He's got video highlights. The New York Times notes that nobody talked much at the debate... Read More
The HuffMobile Reader Doug, who posts at FreeRepublic.com, sent this photo, which he took while covering the Sierra Club's national summit in San Francisco last weekend. The handsome, full-size sport utility vehicle pictured above is a Chevy Suburban. It was sent by the anti-SUV environmental puritans of the Sierra Club to pick up fellow, eco-zealot... Read More
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