October 6, 2008

Things I’d Like To Post About Today ….. (100608, Morning)

Filed under: TILTpatBIDHAT — Tom @ 9:52 am

…. But I Don’t Have Any Time For:

  • Of course, now the hue and cry is that the blackmail-driven, pork-infested bailout passed last Friday wasn’t enough.
  • Charles Gibson, on Sarah Palin (HT Warner Todd Huston at NewsBusters) — “….. it’s important to expose her, more so than Joe Biden.” Really? I guess that’s why Biden’s plagiarism and mountain of gaffes aren’t nearly as important as Palin’s take on creationism, which after all is soooooo relevant to her anticipated duties. (/sarc)
  • Speaking of Palin Derangement Syndrome, I did a relatively rare not-mirrored-here post at NewsBusters about a comment by MSNBC’s/NBC’s Keith Olbermann during last night’s Sunday Night Football broadcast.
  • Is Barney Frank’s former “partner” Herb Moses (“The two lived together in a Washington home until they broke up in 1998″) the guy responsible for catastrophically lowering the programmed loan approval standards at Fannie Mae (as explained here)? As Ed Morrissey notes, “Frank was supposed to oversee the actions of Fannie Mae as a government-sponsored entity.” Some “oversight,” given that Moses may have been the one most responsible for producing Barney’s Rubble.
  • I “love” the gullibility and lack of follow-up on things like this — Concerning excessive and/or foreign-based illegal campaign contributions received by Team Obama, Newsweek’s Michael Isikoff let a Messiah spokesman get away with claiming that “the campaign has no idea who the individuals are and has returned all the donations, using the credit-card numbers they gave to the campaign.” Many of these contributions go back over a year. Was EVERY credit-card number still valid? If not, then the campaign’s claim that ALL contributions were returned is not true. Prove it, guys.
  • Someone should ask the PUNK (Previously Unaccomplished Nonsupporter of Kin) Messiah if he approves of the initiative to abolish (not reduce, ABOLISH) the state income tax in supposedly uber-liberal Massachusetts. After all, his good friend Deval Patrick is governor there.

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