I’ll admit to not having pored over the data about the alleged benefits of the Atlanta streetcar. To me, it … Continue reading Yes on public transport, no on Atlanta streetcar
More proof : Three women identified by their lawyers as lesbians were arraigned yesterday on a hate crime charge for allegedly beating … Continue reading The folly of hate crimes legislation
The random accusations are disturbing, of course (child molester, wife beater, etc.), but the Hubbard lexicon never fails to amuse … Continue reading Stop interbulating!
Which Candidate Would You Rather Have a Beer With? We hear this question every election, though, for me, there’s never … Continue reading The question the GOP fears most
“Who among us doesn’t like NASCAR.” John Kerry, 2004 (though that’s not exactly what he said, it’s not far off) … Continue reading It’s a Brahmin thing, we wouldn’t understand
Masochist that I am, I have nonetheless managed to avoid “Glee.” A troublemaking friend, mindful of my disdain for musicals … Continue reading God save us from gay geeks with crappy musical taste
Newt reminds a sanctuary full of affluent white Christians who the real victims are. “You have radical Islamists who want … Continue reading Victim politics
Georgia’s worst governor ever? Hard to say, but Sonny Perdue was definitely the worst in my lifetime. It turns out … Continue reading Georgia’s greatest scam revisited
Father Santorum plays to the crowd. Rick Santorum took a swipe at the president’s higher education push on Saturday. “President … Continue reading If you’re not embarrassed by Rick Santorum you’re an embarrassment
He’s quite fond of comparing political opponents to the Third Reich, as Dana Milbank points out: His most famous episode came … Continue reading Rick Santorum and Nazis
The idiot Palin’s response to Rick Santorum’s views on Satan “setting his sights on America” are predictably childish. And for … Continue reading Why does Sarah Palin speak like a third grader?
ABC News reports that the Mitt Romney campaign is deploying Donald Trump as a surrogate in radio interviews in Michigan.
For years the GOP has placated the religious right, even as Christian fundamentalists have steered the movement to the fringe. … Continue reading The problem with constituencies
The trees in Michigan “are the right height” and other random musings as Romneytron scans his checklist.