I’d say Rekers is another example of being hoisted on one’s own petard — but it seems that was kind of the goal. Commence the pulling of fingers.
|By: Eli Tuesday April 27, 2010 6:01 pm|
Yes, that’s right, the Florida GOP actually produced an ad – a really lame, crappy ad – criticizing a Democrat for being too gun-happy, presenting unhinged footage of Rambo and Private Pyle as excerpts from “CFO Alex Sink’s Official Fraud Investigation Training Video,” interspersed with jaunty music and a random clip of Sink saying “You’re darn right!” Ha ha, these kids today and their hilarious interweb TV bacteria!
|By: masaccio Wednesday March 24, 2010 5:31 pm|
Over and over we see judicial activism from conservative politicians. Florida AG Bill McCollum and his running buddy David Rivkin are the latest examples of wasting taxpayer dollars on extremist causes.
|By: Jane Hamsher Thursday March 18, 2010 8:25 am|
Ben Smith writes that if the health care bill passes with “unified, if grumbly, support on the left, it would seem to vindicate the White House’s fundamental approach, which was to take the left for granted as much as possible and focus on courting marginal members of the Senate.”
He’s absolutely right. As I told Jonathan Weisman of the Wall Street Journal the other day (which he didn’t print), “f#%king r$%ards” worked.