Sunday Morning Sillies, Sad Sacks, Has Beens and Butlicks
Fox News Sunday: Mike Huckabee and Sen. John McCain, in a foretaste of the awkward racist, theocratic nightmare that will be tonight’s GOP Univision debate.
Meet the Press: Rudy Giuliani, apparently for the full hour, in another installment of NBC’s
Smooch the Potato HeadMeet the Candidates Series, wherein Rudy will blandly dismiss questions about this while looking like Nosferatu (no makeup can save him). There will be no follow up questions.
ABC’s This Week: Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del. and former Speaker Newt Gingrich manage to tear themselves away from all their preferred activities on a Sunday morning (yeah, I laughed when I wrote it, too). Roundtable exhumes Sam Donaldson, disturbs Cokie Roberts and constipates George Will, yet all three will gather for another round of dueling harrumphs. Actor John Cusack talks about his new film"Grace is Gone." According to ABC, "the film attempts to look at the consequences and human cost of the war in a non-partisan, non-polemic way." Because one must never have a point of view when discussing killed people.
CBS Face the Nation: Sens. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., and Chuck Hagel, R-Neb. Jello Jay will say both yes and no while talking about considering taking some action that no one actually believes he will in fact take, and Hagel will say some of the things that have gotten him drummed out of the Republican Party for insufficient bloodlust (see: Nosferatu).
CNN Late Edition: Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.; Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio. Musharraff will wax eloquent on the virtues of the simulacrum of democracy while Georgetown heads nod approvingly. I have no idea what the other two Republicans will have to say.
In the comments, please offer your ideas for the best possible drinking game to devise for tonight’s GOP debate on Univision, wherein the candidates will at once try to pretend to care about the Latino vote while proving to their base that they really do hate us beaner fuckers after all (and much more than the old dude next to them does).
(Hat tips to the many among the FDL Late Nite commenters, who helped me with teh google to assemble this sorry mess.)