* Republican redheads have to step gingerly, from Funny or Die.
* Mitt Romney has a sadz.
* President Galifianakis has a nice ring to it.
* THREE CHEERS FOR THE BOROWITZ REPORT!
* Freedom's just another word for a colostomy bag full of booze.
* Do you love putting on make-up? Well, you're gonna love SCIENCE!
* The Exquisite Freedoms of Michael P. Dodderton, from McSweeney's.
* The Onion asks people where they get their news, and the answer may surprise you.
* This jumbotron fairy tale is only slightly marred by Joe Biden's crazy smile at the end.
Tags: Andy Borowitz, Daily Links, Joe Biden, Malia Obama, Michelle Obama, Mitt Romney, Olympics, Red State, Republicans, Science & Technology, Sports, The New Yorker, Will Ferrell, Women's Rights
Red State blogger and CNN pundit Erick Erickson decided to color outside the lines in choosing whom to endorse in the current Republican primary race. Nott too far outside the lines. Just a little…
Influential conservative blogger Erick Erickson said he would endorse the "sweet meteor of death" over any of the current GOP candidates, but would back the party's eventual nominee in the general election against President Obama.
Mitt Romney, a fiery rock screeching into our atmosphere from outer space, Newt Gingrich. Whatever. Just so long as they repeal Obamacare.
Erickson said he's hoping for a brokered convention, where some other candidate might emerge in a last-ditch effort to derail the Romney campaign.
Oh, that's a thought! Do you think we could maybe convince Ebola to run? I think it'd have strong appeal with people who live in air-controlled penthouse homes. And probably in the South, now that I think of it.
Hmmmm… Seems unlikely it'd want to have its name associated with some of the modern GOP's policies.
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Tags: Armageddon, CNN, Erick Erickson, Natural Disasters, Primaries, Red State, Republicans
Tired of blog posts that make you scroll through page after page of uninterrupted text? Good news! The Indecision blog is pioneering a new technology for this year's midterm coverage. that lets you choose whether to read the whole post, or just a few introductory paragraphs that kind of give you the basic idea.
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Tags: Election Day, Midterms, Red State, Science & Technology
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart discussed the latest blunders by CNN, the paint-chip-eating-est news network on TV. I won't say CNN is completely retarded, but I will say I'm considering taking it on a road-trip to count cards in Vegas, where CNN will unwittingly teach me a valuable lesson about life and love.
The Daily Show airs Monday through Thursday at 11pm / 10c.
Tags: CNN, Erick Erickson, Jon Stewart, Larry King, Red State, The Daily Show, Video
Erick Erickson, Colbert Report guest, RedState.com editor and defender of goats, has landed a new gig on CNN, aka the MSM. This is not a St. Patrick's day joke! Here's the official announcement…
Prominent conservative commentator and RedState.com editor Erick Erickson will join CNN as a political contributor, appearing primarily on CNN's new show John King, USA¸ the network announced Tuesday.
"Erick's a perfect fit for John King, USA, because not only is he an agenda-setter whose words are closely watched in Washington, but as a person who still lives in small-town America, Erick is in touch with the very people John hopes to reach," said Sam Feist, CNN political director and vice president of Washington-based programming.
So many questions! Will Erickson's audience see him as a sellout or a successful infiltrator? Is CNN skewing right or is CNN just desperate for more ginned-up shouting matches, since reasonable discourse gets terrible ratings?
Most importantly, what is with "John King, USA"? Does that mean Campbell Brown gets Canada?
Tags: CNN, Conservatives, Erick Erickson, John King, Red State