I am such a disapointment that Chrissy wanted to club me to death with his no-longer-tingling leg.
Styn also referred to 0bama as the Milli Vanilli president.
“It Takes A Spillage”
I wouldn't say that. It's on the lips of everyone I talk to, and I'm far from the gulf.
We may not be living the 'immediacy' of the catastrophe as those on the gulf are, but we will be affected as well. And we are bothered.
Not everyone should be allowed to vote!
When he did get specific, he sounded faintly surreal. "As we speak, old factories are reopening to produce wind turbines, people are going back to work installing energy-efficient windows..." Energy-efficient windows? That's a great line if Obama's auditioning to play himself on "Saturday Night Live" parodies.
And hang on, isn't this the same guy who was promising to start "kicking ass" just a few days ago? You may find yourself recalling the moment in the film "In And Out" when Kevin Kline is trying to master the "How To Be Manly" audiotape and accidentally says "What an interesting window treatment."
The reason they are so disappointed is that because they thought once they got a true lib into true power (which they’ve done) he would show himself to be a Chavez or a Castro.
They were waiting to hear in this speech that BP would be destroyed, the troops be commandeered to the coast and people were being arrested. When they didn’t, their radical bloodlust was angry.
Chrissy himself said Where was the power?
Anyone else think that Carville's "We-uh dy-in down heah" speech was Hillary's informal announcement of her candidacy?
Absolutely! Yes, it is one of Steyn's best. HOORAY Mark!
Hillary Clinton’s new book about restarting an election campaign:
“It Takes a Spillage”
ROTFLMAO! Steyn is a genius.
...this administration was supposed to be the new technocracy cool, calm and credentialed chaps who would sit down, use their mighty intellects to provide a rigorous, post-partisan, forensic analysis of the problem, and then break for their Vanity Fair photo shoot."
"The president directed his Nobel Prize-winning Head of Meetings to assemble a meeting to tackle the challenge of mobilizing the assembling of the tackling of the challenge mobilization, at the end of which they directed BP to order up some new tackle and connect it to the thingummy next to the whachamacallit. Thank you, Mr. President. That and $4.95 will get you a venti oleaginato at Starbucks."
...and the last paragraphs -- I won't spoil the fun -- are just too deliciousl
“Parataxis.” Steyn is great.
There are some kickbacks involved here....will try to find some links later.
Memo to Secretary Rodham Clinton: Do you find yourself of a quiet evening with a strange craving for chicken dinners and county fairs in Iowa and New Hampshire, maybe next summer? Need one of those relaunch books to explain why you're getting back in the game in your country's hour of need?Ping to knews_hound! One of Mark's finest!
"It Takes A Spillage."
Energy efficient windows, windmills, 7$ a gallon gas, gas wells relocating to South America, get ready to line up on odd and even days to buy gas that you can’t afford to go to your soon to be non-existent job and on your way home, stop at Wal-mart and support the Chinese who paid off the Clintons to get your jobs. Good job, Dimmies
Mr. Steyn neatly summarizes the malaise of many of the 0bama voters.
Is there a Steyn ping list?
Positively splendid...until the end when he mentions Hitlery. That thought is like the plague.