Hebephrenic TeeVee Dinner heir and vanity press owner Tucker Carlson:
“But it’s such an emotional thing, it’s so wrong, immoral, unfair, that it’s almost hard not to point at some of the people who have been whipping race hatred in this country for the past couple of months, and saying they do bear some responsibility for this.”
He has no self-awareness, does he?
Our new pal Missouri State rep. Rick Brattin explains his bill requiring women to have written consent from a man before she can have an abortion, you know, even following a legitimate rape.
You see, his bill is about men’s rights:
“Right now the way it is the woman gets the full say and the father gets no say, and I think that that needs to change. With the women’s movement for equal rights, well it’s swung so far we have now taken away the man’s right and the say in their child’s life.”
Petunia and Pals wins the Jug of Stupid again as Elisabeth Hasselbeck uses the hostage situation in Sydney to justify torture.
…Doughy Pantload defends his insightful analysis that the cigarette tax is the root cause of Eric Garner’s death:
Reasonable people can disagree on whether racism was involved in the tragic death of Eric Garner. My own suspicion is that this misfortune could have transpired just as easily with a white man resisting arrest and/or a black cop choking him.
Because it is never about race. Do continue, Mr. Pantload.
But you know what reasonable people can’t dispute? New York’s cigarette taxes are partly to blame for Eric Garner’s death.
Really? I’m fascinated. Tell me more.
When you pass a law, you authorize law enforcement to enforce it. That’s actually why they’re called “law enforcement.” Google it.
That is some stunning insight Jonah. No wonder you get the big bucks, even as a legacy hire.
I’m not going to make this a live link, but all you need to know is that this headline is from the Stupidist Man on the Internet, The Gateway Pundit hisself, Jim Hoft:
Breaking: ISIS Drops iPhones After Apple CEO Tim Cook Opens Up About Being Gay
On the bright side, you’ll never hear, “Not tonight honey.”
You know, most journalists would cut off the mic the moment that the interviewer admits that he edited out the subjects that did not agree with his message.
What is it with College Republicans and agitprop, and why does The Dumb One fall for it every time.
He couldn’t get a job selling peanuts at a ball game:
He posted this at his blog and said it is Common Core (which, hahaha), and how neither he nor his wife could do this new-fangled math thingie. Anyone who has ever had to make change can do this instantly, you know, all those minimum wage cashiers and peanut vendors he’s forever waging war against. Poor E2, he probably cannot discern what that nickname means.
From Raw Story:
Doocy said that Fox News viewers had written in expressing doubts about Frieden and the CDC because they were “part of the administration.”
“They feel that the administration has misled a lot of people on a lot of things,” Doocy remarked. “Why should we believe you [Center of Disease Control Director Dr. Tim Frieden] when you’re telling us this stuff?”
This seems like a corollary to Fran Lebowitz’ famous line, “Hello, you don’t know me but my hair dresser occasionally sleeps with your press agent, so why don’t you show me Paris.” ”