late hitsBecause sometimes the world flies by faster than you can comment on it:
1.) It must be neat being Lurita Doan, because, like, you take a bite of your sandwich, and you chew and swallow, and then pick up the sandwich to take another bite -- and whheeeeeeeee, you already don't remember what kind of sandwich it is! Every single bite is a neat new surprise! (Corned beef!?!? Get out!)
2.) Tony Snow: Congress has no oversight authority over the White House. I believe this represents the legal principle known as the "fuehrerdiktat."
3.) Over at the Washington Post (and reprinted elsewhere), E.J. Dionne thinks airport security measures are great, proposes expanding the principles behind them into the rest of society. Time to stop whining and start being completely safe! Amazingly, this column was not published on April 1.
4.) Ahh, I forget. There was more, I swear.
Coming soon: A timely Historiblography commentary on that knucklehead Nicholas II! (And what's up with this nullification crisis!?!?)
5.) Boris Yeltsin dead at 76. Price of liquor to fall sharply.
6.) Over at Der Stürmer, Michelle Malkin posts signed emails from active duty servicemembers shitting all over Harry Reid for acting like a senator and publicly debating the course of the war in Iraq. Look for the nation's editorial pages, which shat blood at the sight of six retired generals criticizing a government official, to similarly decry this instance of military-civil crisis. Those editorials will be published in...never. Soldiers overstep their role only when they criticize Republicans; agreeing with Republicans is, of course, politically neutral behavior.
7.) I think it's absolutely outrageous that Sheryl Crow and Laurie David spoke words in Karl Rove's presence that Rove didn't agree with. These people have no business even opening their mouths in the presence of a government official. And did they just "forget" to kowtow!?!? Let's try to remember to show the proper obeisance to state power, people.