And now for the dumbest part of our week…
5. “What’s with all the damned rhubarb?” — Neal Dewing, who blogs for Pocket Liberty and The Federalist.
4. “National Review Online Claims Women Are Just ‘Being Taught To Believe They Were Raped'” — Media Matters Joe Strupp. Actually, the story by A.J. Delgado didn’t say that at all. She presented a different viewpoint in her story for National Review to what appears to be the only narrative being told these days and used her own personal experiences. She also said rape is wrong and should be fully prosecuted: “Such a “man” deserves the worst the law and life can throw at him.”
3. “There’s no spin quite like day-after-the-primaries spin.” — Vox Media‘s Ezra Klein, who, frankly, I expect more from than this obvious nonsense.
2. “Working from home – along with battalion of lawn mowers, grass blowers, weed whackers, cement busters and beep-beep-beeping garbage trucks.” — National Journal‘s Ron Fournier, in his 18th tweet out of 28 of the day and it’s only 10 a.m. It’s going to be a long weekend folks.
1. “Hey Washington, DC, go outside today. It’s perfect. Kthanksbye.” — National Journal‘s Alex Seitz-Wald. (The one great thing about Fournier’s feed is that he retweets a bunch of dumb sh-t that others say, making it quicker for me to begin my Memorial Day weekend.)