Intern ordered into grim territory
“Sent out intern to help staff stake out Rep. Grimm, not thinking of potential fear factor. Assignment accepted w/o the bat of an eye.” – The Hill‘s Bob Cusack.
Hey Brad Dayspring, don’t call me Shirley!
“Surely a reporter will point out how disingenuous it is for Obama to cheerlead the unemployment rate lowering because of workforce dropouts.” — NRSC spokesman Brad Dayspring.
Surely she’s joking?
“This snow storm is the worst thing that’s happened in the South since they had to give up their slaves.” — Sydney Elaine Leathers, ex-phone sex partner to ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Johnsontown).
More Grimm fallout
“Michael Grimm’ing is my new favorite verb.” — Ashley Codianni, digital journalist for NowThisNews.
“I’ll break you in thirds” sounds so much more menacing.” — Michael Roston, staff editor, social media, NYT
“Word to PR people pitching me: Think of yourselves as contestants going on a game show. You have about 20 seconds to wow me before CLICK!” — Los Angeles Times media reporter Joe Flint.
Letting it all hang out, biracially
“My wife is Hawaiian and Chinese, so @msnbc can take their racist assumptions and shove it up their ass.” — Matt Dawson, in response to the MSNBC tweet that right wingers won’t like the biracial family Super Bowl ad.
Rep. Paul Ryan appears to be a little hypocritical
Q to ask ourselves: Rush hour body bumping
“Why are there people who don’t mind body contact with strangers? Even repeated, accidental shoulder bumps are weird, right? #RushHour.” — TheBlaze‘s Eddie Scarry.