Hillary Clinton CNN townhall fallout
“If I had a dollar for every time Hillary Clinton says “hard choices” in this town hall.” — Yahoo! News’ Meredith Shiner.
“Even if I don’t reenter politics…” –Hillary Clinton on CNN, now obviously signaling she’s running in 2016.” — HuffPost’s Jennifer Bendery.
“The @CNN townhall is a prime example of why major media should be excluded from #GOP debates. All spin, no honesty.” — Dan Gainor, veep of business and culture for Media Research Center.
Washington Weather Bitches
“On the bright side, being outdoors today is good practice in case I need to swim a mile through warm gravy.” — writer Seth Michaels.
“So that’s what it feels like to run through soup.” — Vox Media‘s Sarah Kliff.
“Hey DC is this ur 3RD day of 90-plus temps?!!” — The Weather Channel’s Sam Champion.
There’s a urine smell in Penn Station?
“Gross. Penn Station smells like piss.” — Washington Examiner‘s Ashe Schow.
FYI on child porn in Japan
“Even when Japan bans child porn, they still don’t ban it right away — you’ve got a month or more to trash your stash. What a world.” — Zach Noble, weekend editor at TheBlaze.
Dana Milbank catches heat for Heritage column
“@Milbank Did u forget the Heritage panel was being recorded! Like my Grandmother Ruth said if u are going to lie you need a good memory.” — Evan Gahr, D.C. freelancer and phone enthusiast. Read more on Milbank’s column in Politico here by Dylan Byers, who became something of a darling in the conservative media on Tuesday. Also: The Federalist‘s Mollie Hemingway rips Milbank to shreds. See here.
“God has surprised me so many times that I’m no longer surprised by His surprises.” — ex-Breitbart News scribe and freelancer Lee Stranahan.
Thank You For Sharing
“Reader email salutation: ‘hey, um, stupid'” — Politico congressional reporter Burgess Everett.
“I’ve flown on small planes before, but never small enough that we had to board and taxi from economy parking.” — Mike Gehrke, pollster, recovery oppo guy.
HuffPost reporter mistaken for Taylor Swift
“A cashier just told me I look like Taylor Swift, or would if I wore red lipstick. This is not true, but it did make me want to leave a tip.” — HuffPost‘s Elise Foley, a growing BFF to Daily Caller‘s Neil Munro.