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First, a brief sequence of events that led up to the following exchange:
If you guessed "a blog on The Daily Caller that I hate-read several times a day, #OMGitstheworst," you got it wrong. See, every time you click on one of my posts, you're paying me to behave like a child. These geniuses are paying somebody else for the privilege!
Nice try, teabaggers. Once again, you tried to whip up a big controversy over nothing. And once again, you fell on your faces and cried like little babies. "Waaaahhhh, I hate women! Waaaahhhh, I think that laws should apply to people who tell liberals what they want to hear! WAAAAHHHH!!!"
After all, it's called the Secret Service.
She's exactly where she's always been, baby: In the fast lane on the road to the White House!
The following item isn't important, and after you read it, I'll explain why.
We all know that a trip to Starbucks is a great pick-me-up. A great, overpriced, foul-tasting pick-me-up. But soon, you'll be getting something a little extra with your grande half-caf skinny mocha and your revolting "pastry": racial enlightenment!
Well, here it is anyway.
Over and over again, Present Obama says or does something that makes his loyal acolytes swoon with joy, and then Past Obama shows up and ruins everything. Why so jealous, Past Obama?
WARNING: This video is disturbing.
Rule #1 of a dispute, any dispute, between Muslims and non-Muslims: Muslims are the victims. Always, always, always.
You've been there. Sure, we all have: You go to a mostly peaceful protest, you shoot at some guys you don't like, and you end up hitting the cops by mistake. What an embarrassing faux pas!
Out of all the decisions Hillary Clinton has made over the last two weeks, none has been more entertaining than her choice to push her few remaining friends out in front of the TV cameras to defend her. She's been putting off her campaign launch as long as possible, so up until now her bumbling has been mildly amusing at best. But now, America is starting to remember what it looks like when a Clinton is in big trouble.
Remy is the best.
Poor, poor Obama. Everybody is so mean to him. Why must they be so cruel?
Back in 2004, as Dan Rather was sabotaging his own career with phony documents that told him things he wanted to believe, his ideological comrades at the New York Times backed him up with this all-time classic of the journalistic arts: "Memos on Bush Are Fake but Accurate, Typist Says."