Monday, March 9, 2009's Redesign

Who wants to redesign Michael Steele says that he wants it to be "outside the box' — then not only keep it outside the box, but take it to someplace the box hasn't even reached yet." Gawker has a good post on this, or just read the whole (hilarious) RFP below:

RNC Website RFP

Robert Gibbs' Elaborate House Fire Metaphor

Gibbs takes a "house on fire" question and really works it. "Which room are you going to put out first?

Meghan McCain Calls Ann Coulter 'Offensive, Radical, Insulting, and Confusing'

First she talks about her Dad is preventing her from getting dates, now she's writing this tirade against Ann Coulter. I think I'm falling in love with Meghan McCain. Here's an excerpt:

"More so than my ideological differences with Ann Coulter, I don’t like her demeanor. I have never been a person who was attracted to hate or negativity. I don’t believe in scare tactics and would never condone or encourage anyone calling President Obama a Muslim. But controversy sells and Coulter is nothing if not controversial. Everything about her is extreme: her voice, her interview tactics, and especially the public statements she makes about liberals. Maybe her popularity stems from the fact that watching her is sometimes like watching a train wreck."

D.L. Hughley vs. Michael Steele: 'Black on Black Crime'

"Why is his name Steele? You should call him aluminum."

Lieberman Changes His Tune on Obama

"Bottom line I think Obama, President of the United States, is off to a very good start." The AP reports:

Trailer: Mystery Team

There's a lot of buzz going around about this new indie from Derrick Comedy. The trailer definitely delivers some funny moments (NSFW).

Religious Nut Gets Booed by Auditorium of Atheists

Richard Dawkins' lecture of the University of Oklahoma was interrupted by a man who got up and screamed that Dawkins would "burn in hell." Somehow I don't think he was particularly affected by that insult. Via Atheist Media Blog:

The Media Equation: United, Newspapers May Stand

David Carr has an intriguing column in today's Times about the future of newspapers. He suggests that the nation's newspapers band together and decide to to stop offering free content, block Google and other aggregators from using their articles, stop selling remnant ad space, and throw out the Newspaper Preservation Act. What do you think? Would you pay to read the New York Times online? What would happen to blogs like this that don't create anything original and rely on other people's hard work?

Rush Limbaugh: Voice of the People

Brilliant video highlighting some of Rush's more outrageous statements from

TMZ's Harvey Levin: 'Life Is Like a Magazine'

Here's TMZ's Harvey Levin appearing on CNN to talk about why the New York Times should spend more time covering the Chris Brown/Rihanna story.