Editors at hyper-conservative Moonie rag the Washington Times were so upset by Harry Reid's "Negro dialect" comment that they devoted today's op-ed page to the controversy, because no matter how embarrassing the national dialogue becomes, we can always take it one step further.
Their "editorial" is a terribly offensive exercise entitled "Harry Reid and Tim Kaine at the Cracker Barrel," and this is how it opens…
I cain't believe all the fuss that's been kicked up over what I said about th' president not bein' like a reg'lar Negro.
Lawks a mercy, I was complimentin' the man.
Of course, to be fair, this is no more offensive than the Washington Times op-ed page normally is.
Tags: Harry Reid, Racism, Tim Kaine, Washington Times
Do you see? Do you see how duplicitous our president is? If we can't trust him to not misrepresent himself while calling local radio shows, how can we trust him to not sell our country to Communist Middleeastistan?
(via Gotcha Media)
Tags: DNC, Tim Kaine, Virginia
Michael Kraskin — blogging from his new home at Political Machine — thinks he might have discovered Alaska governor Sarah Palin in last night's episode of 30 Rock, . What do you think?
I can't really tell. That could be her, standing next to Alec Baldwin, in that background portrait. We know that they met on SNL that one time.
On the the other hand, it could just be Tina Fey. Or possibly Bill Kristol. Hard to tell.
Let's zoom in a little and take a closer look…
Tags: 30 Rock, Alec Baldwin, NBC, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Tim Kaine, Tina Fey
Many experts believe body language is more important than verbal communication. I would quote one of these experts to further validate my statement, but whenever questioned, most body language experts just shrug and give a thumb's up.
Whatever, the point is, President Obama is often photographed at various events, and we here at Indecision decided to analyze these images in order to truly understand our president and our nation's current state. First up is this image of President Obama confiding in Vice President Biden.
"You are a loyal Vice President and I respect you."
I bet you all thought I was going to comment on this image's seeming homoeroticism, but I assure you, this site is not immature to stoop to that level of grade-school joke-making… Sorry, hold on, I'm getting a call from my boss…
Nevermind. Scratch that. I've just been informed we are that immature.
Joe Biden: "What will people say?"
Barack Obama: "They'll say, 'Those two politicians are very much in love."
Please click after the jump to continue reading our intelligent and sober analysis and also fart jokes.
Tags: Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Tim Kaine
With winds of change expected to reach 95 miles per hour next week, D.C. officials have convinced President Bush to declare a state of emergency in the Capitol, freeing up millions of dollars in federal disaster funding.
Settle down, settle down, they just don't have a category for "federal happytimes funding"…
The declaration was requested by D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty, who warns that inauguration crowds could overwhelm area hospitals and emergency responders.
District officials expect Barack Obama’s inauguration to cost more than $47 million, according to a plea for money sent earlier this month to Congressional representatives by Fenty along with Maryland and Virginia Govs. Martin O’Malley and Tim Kaine.
The total cost anticipated by the National Capital Region is more than $75 million, according to the same letter.
Which means, of course, that Maryland and Virginia Govs. Martin O'Malley and Tim "Browbeat 'Em" Kaine now have their hands out with multi-million dollar requests for federal funding, assistance they say they need to control the hope-drunk crowds flooding their streets with hope…
O’Malley spokesman Rick Abbruzzese said the D.C. emergency declaration made later in the afternoon offered Maryland…
Money? Helicopters? Police dogs? Storm troopers? Malaria tablets?
…a bit of hope.
Eh, may as well throw a match at the forest fire.
Tags: Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Inauguration, Tim Kaine, Washington DC