Monday, November 22nd
The primaries picked a really conservative candidate that the general electorate overwhelmingly refused by actually making history, sending incumbent Lisa Murkowski back to Washington on a write-in bid.
When it comes to a Palin endorsement, you may be better off flipping a coin - half her picks lost!
Tuesday, November 23rd
I had an idea - have a media outlet fund and promote an electoral campaign to illustrate just what is wrong with Fox News and their relationship with the Republican party. What better channel/program to ask for help from then Comedy Central's The Daily Show...
Wednesday, November 24th
Wayne Crews from Big Government decided to write a piece about anti-business Obama choking businesses with countless regulations. Crews seemed to time his piece nicely with reports that American companies had their best quarter ever, posting trillions in profits - $1.66 trillion to be exact.
What again about that crippling regulation, Crews?
Thursday, November 25th
The Alaskan Claptrap had decided to open her mouth once again to attack someone else who criticized her. Barbara Bush, the former first lady and mother of Obama's predecessor, made a comment that she "hoped" Palin would stay in Alaska. Palin responded by attacking "blue bloods."
"I think the majority of Americans don't want to put up with the blue bloods -- and I say it with all due respect because I love the Bushes -- but the blue bloods who want to pick and choose their winners instead of allowing competition to pick and choose the winners."
This is interesting considering Palin is backing loser Joe Miller's legal challenge to the election in Alaska, where competition did pick the winner - just not her winner.
Saturday, November 27th
Also, I had an interesting thought - in a post-apocalyptic world, does Glenn Beck really think his insurance agent will be able to give him a helping hand? Does he believe his pocket full of gold coins from Goldline is really going to help him? Has Glenn Beck ever watched movies like Waterworld or Mad Max?
Flynn aparently missed the memo by organizations like Interpol that have linked piracy and counterfeiting to terrorist organizations like Al-Qeada - these groups have to get their funding somehow and they don't seem to concerned about the legalities of their actions.
When Flynn's fans were confronted with the fact that their counterfeit Guccis may contribute to terrorism, they were more upset that the government put a stop to the illegal websites because they believed it violated the "due process" clause of the Constitution, but their evocation of the clause was surprisingly absent when Pakistani-born American terrorist Faisal Shahzad was caught after trying to detonate a bomb in New York's Times Square - I believe they called for some pretty extreme measures in that case.