"The most prudent move is a bailout!"
Thursday, March 26, 2009
In what's certainly the most disappointing part of today's revolutionary online Town Hall meeting, President Obama says that he is not going to legalize marijuana, even though everyone knows it would help the economy.
Remember when Keith Olbermann named Twitter the "worst person in the world" for allowing an account using his name? Well, it turns out that MSNBC set it up without telling him. Here's the video in case you missed it.
Though Colbert has won the "popular vote" for the naming of the NASA space station module, it turns out they might be naming a toilet after him instead. Here's the actual quote from NASA spokesman John Yembrick:
"As for the toilet rumor, we don't want to flush away any goodwill by announcing something before we are ready."
Couric offers a "page from her notebook" in a report about evolution vs. creationism.
"If schools want to dispute the notion of evolution or give students an alternative theory like creationism, perhaps it should be taught in religion class, not science."
Another good clip from that CNN Michael Steele interview. Here he discusses how everything he does is on purpose. Even if it seems like he's making a gaffe, don't worry, he's not. This is verging on classic George W. Bush rhetoric.
"I want to see what the landscape looks like. I want to see who yells the loudest. I want to know who says they're with me, but really isn't."
Speaking at a hearing on adapting to climate change, Congressman Barton of Texas had this to say:
"I believe that Earth’s climate is changing, but I think it’s changing for natural variation reasons. And I think man-kind has been adopting, or adapting, to climate as long as man has walked the Earth. When it rains we find shelter. When it’s hot, we get shade. When it’s cold, we find a warm place to stay. Adaptation is the practical, affordable, utterly natural reflex response to nature when the planet is heating or cooling, as it always is."
Rush can't believe that Obama called on a reporter from "pop culture magazine" Ebony. Furthermore, said reporter went on to ask a question about homeless children of all things. Something that so clearly doesn't exist.
"Would somebody tell me the last time you saw a kid sleeping under a bridge? I want to hear from somebody who's seen it."