If so, is there a particular reason she doesn't want to tell anybody?
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I'm not much for polls, because I don't need anybody's approval to know what I see. But I'm a big fan of anything that makes Democrats feel bad!
I'm just gonna leave this here.
Those right-wing jerks over at the Washington Free Bacon are pretending to understand humor again. Yeah, right!
Earlier today, Alex Griswold told you about Wendy Davis doubling down on her campaign-imploding "Look at the cripple" ad. Or tripling down, or quadrupling down, or however many times it's been at this point. She told Andrea Mitchell that the ad was "fair." Oh, and Abbott is "working to kick that ladder down." Well said, Wendy.
I moved away from
Mordor Washington, DC earlier this year, and it feels good to be back in America. The only thing I hated worse than DC drivers was DC rent.
Reminder: Four weeks ago today, we received the following reassurances from the smartest guy in whichever room he's in.
It's all about priorities, people. Sure, a quarantine means cutting off all contact with the outside world. But what if you just don't feel like it anymore? What if you're on TV? What if you've really got the munchies?
Last night, Mitt Romney spoke at a campaign rally for Republican Joni Ernst, who's running for Senate in Iowa, or Idaho, or one of those. At one point Romney took off his top hat, popped out his monocle, and told the following joke:
This Isn’t The First Time Wendy Davis Has Put Her Pink Sneaker In Her Mouth Over Greg Abbott’s Infirmity
She just hasn't been this brazen about it.
Ah, young love. If you think 15 is too early to get married, you don't know much about the background of Islam. Now, a couple of silly little Austrian girls are getting a very harsh history lesson.
You already knew that Gwyneth Paltrow is a delusional moron. But did you know she’s also a fascist? Or, at the very least, she’s fine with the idea of fascism as long as all power over your life goes to Obama.
People should respect each other's cultural differences, as long as the culture isn't ours.
The thing about being trendy is that eventually, trends die out. Once people decide something is no longer cool, you will look uncool if you still express interest in it. Unless your affection is genuine (which it probably isn't because you're you), you can really embarrass yourself. It's not easy being a hipster.
Jason Mattera is having quite a week. He's got a new book out, he asked Lois Lerner some questions she didn't like, and now Bob Beckel wants to kill him. So, getting assaulted by Harry Reid's bodyguard is just the icing on the cake.
Do you enjoy Michael Moore's movies, but you'd prefer a bit less regard for the truth? That's why we have Morgan Spurlock. And now he wants to teach you how the economy works, free of charge!
Sure, Ebola was a contributing cause of death, but I think we all know what's really going on here.