Bell Curve The Law Talking Guy Raised by Republicans U.S. West
Well, he's kind of had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Actually, replace "accidentally" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

Monday, December 11, 2006

Random Monday thoughts

  • You must read this excellent speech given by Bill Moyers to West Point. Go now.
  • Does Glenn Reynolds (aka Instapundit) ever get tired of being wrong? Here's a handy timeline to the most egregious things he's said on that subject. I especially like him pushing the Timothy McVeigh - Iraq connection (seriously).
  • So now Tom Delay has a blog. Go over there and read the comments -- sickeningly sycophantic. They have a system in place now that prevents Democrats from commenting. And it's a good thing they do, because the system wasn't working yesterday, and he got a whole lot of negative feedback. It's all documented at this blog. Tee-hee.
  • Glenn Greenwald compares Hugh Hewitt to Colbert and makes the point that it gets harder and harder to satirize the right wing. One of Andrew Sullivan's readers makes the same point.
  • Bill Hicks quote for the day:
    People ask me where I stand politically: it's not that I disagree with Bush's economic policy or his foreign policy, it's that I believe he was a child of satan here to destroy the planet earth.
    Remember, he's talking about the first President Bush. Listen to an extended rant at this site. Unbelievably timely.
  • YouTube for the day: Stephen Colbert explains to us how the right wing feels about the recent election results.

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