A little taste of the crazy, as usual, courtesy of our conservative friends:
Andrew Taylor, Town Hall: "House Democrats muzzle GOP on sensitive issues"
Well, judging from what I've heard lately, at least you can't claim that they've muzzled the GOP on stupid issues. So, be happy, Andrew- at least they haven't taken away your forte.
Mark Sherman, Town Hall: "Firefighter says Sotomayor's ruling divides people"
Really? Our exterminator thinks she's great. Maybe they could go head to head on Fox News. Joe the Plumber could be the timekeeper or something.
William Yeatman, Town Hall: "A Real Choice on Climate Change: Do Nothing"
The Republican choice. Just like their choice on health care, the economy, Wall Street crooks and just about everything else.
All I want to know is, why couldn't that have been their choice on Iraq?
Little Pammy Geller, Atlas Shrugs:
The day would just not be complete without something from Pammy, the most tasteful right wing blogger there is, so here's a cartoon she published today:
You go on keeping it classy there, Pammy.
Michael Reagan, Town Hall: "The Upcoming Fight for Life"
Ah, abortion. Well, conservatives, every other issue you have has pretty well gone down the drain. You might as well give abortion one more whirl. It's either that, or show up in congress and jabber like monkeys.
On second thought, the monkey thing might just work for you.
Emmett Tyrell, Town Hall: "Consequences of the Liberals' Death Wish "
Emmett, I don't know what the hell you are talking about (as usual,) but maybe you should think a little more about the conservative's death wish, seeing as how they are so much closer to bringing it off.
Dan Perrin, Red State: "House Dems Bill will make Individual Health Insurance Illegal"
Ah, the Republican master strategy to surge back into power. Yesterday, it was, Vote Democratic and Die. Today, it's evolved to Vote Democratic and get sick and die. Well, at least you guys are moving forward.
Andersen and Guerra, Pajamas Media: "Does Obama Resemble Lincoln or Lincoln's Adversaries?"
What, like Jefferson Davis or something? Yeah, Obama is for secession and slavery. Right, brother. You work hard to convince people of that. Even after your involuntary psychiatric hold.
Adam Graham, Pajamas Media: "Yes, Minorities Could Vote Republican"
I so agree. In case you didn't notice, a minority already voted Republican last November.
Selwyn Duke, Renew America: "Can Obama spell "failure"?"
Yeah, but not the way you spell it, Selwyn. Obama spells it "Republican."
And finally, this item:
George Will, Town Hall: "A Ploy to Clip Some Wings"
Listen, George: Green Eagle resents that smart remark very much. You'd better watch out or you are going to wake up with a huge beak mark on your ear. You've been warned, buster.