Childhood poverty, illiteracy, abuse, homelessness, teen suicide and this is what concerns her. Children and tattoos? Is this even a real issue?
I’d sooner watch Lisa Rinna’s lip reduction surgery.
On the subject of mouths…
Last week Rick Sanchez couldn’t keep his shut, so eager was he to portray his bosses at CNN as Jewish bigots, comments that resulted in getting his butt canned. Then he couldn’t manage to open it to come to his own defense, instead allowing his wife to apologize for him on her Facebook page.
Now in all fairness to Rick, he did come out from behind his wife’s apron later in the week and issue an apology of his own, but it will probably be some time before his balls descend.
Lou Dobbs joins Meg Whitman in the hypocrite’s circle this week…
Long known for his tirades against illegal immigrants and calls for prosecution of those who hire them, Dobbs found himself cover boy on the “The Nation” magazine this week, outing him as… Yep. An employer of illegal immigrants.
Dobbs denies any wrongdoing, claiming the workers were actually employees of private contractors that he hired and, as such, he is not responsible for determining their immigration status. In a debate with the article’s author, he challenged her to find any evidence that he had “directly” employed an undocumented worker.
Nice dodge, Lou. Except that you’ve also ranted against those who hire contractors who employee undocumented workers.
Dobbs has hinted at a 2012 run for political office. His ability to twist the truth should make him right at home in Congress.
Also considering a run for office…
I wonder how he’d feel about serving under Palin as her VP. Because you know how she likes to be on top. With a media that loves nothing more than to laud style over substance, a Palin/Naked Cowboy ticket would never suffer from lack of exposure.
And speaking of the Tea Party…
This week Christine O’Donnell put out an ad to declare, “I’m not a witch.” I’m not sure a disemboweled head floating on a black ground would be quite the way I would have gone with that message, but then we’re in unchartered territory here. O’Donnell goes on to say, as if it’s a good thing, “I’m you.”
Me? You’re me? I don’t want someone like me in the Senate. I want someone who’s a helluva lot smarter than me.
Now it’s your turn…