Thursday link dump: Congrats to John Podhoretz!
Healthcare polls, Bush's book, and why you should stop shopping at Target
July 30, 2010 2:58AM (UTC)
At 10:22 AM EDT this morning,
Jeffrey Goldberg referred to Commentary editor John Podhoretz as "the editor of Mother Jones magazine." Eight hours later, this remains uncorrected. And hilarious. Another embarrassing example of what happens when you hire a reporter who came up without proper supervision and toilet-training.
Fewer people hate healthcare reform than hated it back when it was being screamed about on TV all day, every day. But those who hate it hate it even more, every day. George W. Bush is releasing his stupid book the week after the primaries end -- but what if stuff leaks before the primaries, and
reminds people of George W. Bush, who was terrible? Just FYI, you should probably be
boycotting Best Buy and Target for their scummy two-faced treatment of the gay community. This season of Top Chef is kind of lame, but is it also unethical?
Michael Roston says yes! Phyllis Schlafly knows that Obama was only elected because horrible unmarried women need the government to provide for them. And:
"All welfare goes to unmarried moms." So, that's that.
Here is the cover of Sarah Palin's new book, "An American Flag: God Babies Etc."
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