Ha ha Neil Cavuto thinks “stimulate the economy” means “give me a stiffy.” Kate Upton’s boobies make him feel all funny inside while the thought of poor people having food probably makes his testes recede back into his ample torso, so we should cut food stamps to fund tax cuts for the rich. Because Kate Upton will have to sell her breasts if the top income rate goes back up to 39%, I guess?
Tony Broccoli thinks we need to “get over it” on the whole Bush v. Gore thing. After all, Gore’s the one that took the thing to court, so vaffanculo! Except that’s not true (find the paragraph that begins “Meanwhile, Bush had asked the U.S. Supreme Court…”). The “get over it” thing is a line Scalia uses a lot, and he apparently commemorates each use of it by vomiting forth some other lie about the case. For example, there was the time he claimed the ruling was 7-2, which, you know, come on.
I don’t know about the whole “Bane/Bain” conspiracy, but am I the only one who remembers the early, dark “Peanuts” series of strips in which a rich kid named “Mitt” has his acolytes pin Charlie Brown to the ground while he forcibly shaves Charlie’s head? Maybe I just dreamed that whole thing.
Hey, I wonder if all the dead Iraqis ever got over it?