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{ Monthly Archives } September 2008

I’m starting to feel bad for her

I’m starting to think I should just link to youtube and ask you, my faithful readers, to search for ‘sarah palin’. Let’s just say that the videos of Sarah Palin being incompetent are more numerous than those of her showing some shred of knowledge about any given subject. I mean COME ON. You could’ve said […]

This can’t happen

Ok, Did you see this past saturday night live? I thought it was pretty dang funny! That Tina Fey is amazing! Didn’t get a chance to see it? (Skip to about the 3min mark to see the relevant passage) And then I saw the actual interview. Sarah Palin can’t be President. She is not […]

Debate thoughts

We were driving through central Wisconsin during the debate last night. My car’s stereo has developed extremely poor reception. We couldn’t pull in any stations that were covering the debate. So I called up my sister, “Hey, can you put your phone up to the speaker? My stereo isn’t working.” So we drove for about […]

McCain Skips Letterman

McCain calls Letterman and lies about why he has to miss the show. Definately worth 10 minutes.

Privatize Social Security!

I can’t go anywhere these days without hearing all these Republicans squawking about privatizing Social Security and de-regulating health care. I mean, you have to hand it to them, it’s worked so well for banking and financial services. Err…

All of the Sudden

Senator Bernie Sanders: “For years now, they’ve told us that we can’t afford — that the government providing healthcare to all people is just unimaginable; it can’t be done. We don’t have the money to rebuild our infrastructure. We don’t have the money to wipe out poverty. We can’t do it. But all of a […]

Typewriters, baby, typewriters

Why would Republicans, the party of business, want to focus our country on breathing life into a 19th-century technology — fossil fuels — rather than giving birth to a 21st-century technology — renewable energy? As I have argued before, it reminds me of someone who, on the eve of the I.T. revolution — on the […]