It's amazing what an Election Day thumping can do. Apparently, it can even bring back the dead. Here, for example, is the 2006 version of John McCain sprung back to life…
I agree with the calls for comprehensive immigration reform
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) November 9, 2012
Tags: Hispanic, Immigration, John McCain, Republicans, Rupert Murdoch, Sean Hannity
Lots of people are talking about last night's presidential debate. Like, a lot of people! Almost as though this were an important thing. Anyway, here's my submission for the ten best…
"I've been watching presidential debates for quite a few years, but I have never seen one like this. It wasn’t a TKO, it was a knockout." - John Hinderaker
I'm not 100 percent clear on who John Hinderaker is, but he's been watching presidential debates for quite a few years, so I have no reason to doubt his expertise in these matters.
Hey, does anybody know if Sarah Palin has an opinion? I'll bet she does…
Tags: Al Gore, Barack Obama, Bill Maher, Chris Matthews, Chuck Grassley, Debates, Lewis Black, Mitt Romney, MSNBC, Nerdiness, Quote Unquote, Rupert Murdoch, Sarah Palin
Doing his best Rorschach from "Watchmen," Rupert Murdoch recently tweeted his political allegiances…
"Can't resist this tweet, but all Iowans think about Rick Santorum. Only candidate with genuine big vision for country."
At first, saying that voters "think about" a candidate might not seem like a ringing endorsement. But for a man who's old enough to have voted against that rabble-rousing Andrew Jackson, any neurological activity directed toward a politician is about the same as canvassing door-to-door for him.
As for whatever Santorum's "big vision for country" might be, Murdoch didn't get to it. Someone should've told him about that Twitter character limit.
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Tags: Iowa, Iowa Caucus, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Santorum, Rupert Murdoch