Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Two actors bring Glenn Beck's 2003 book "The Real America: Messages from the Heart and Heartland" to life in this sexy new video.
“I kissed my sister. First our lips met, seconds later our tongues. I ran my fingers through her silky hair and felt her soft skin. It was the height of passion and the moment I knew who my true love was . . . We knew we had done something so wrong, but at the same time, something so very right.”
He's not going to retract calling her a racist, but he does admit that he could support her.
“I can see a possibility of supporting this nomination if I can be convinced that she does have a sensibility toward life in a legal sense."
Newt admits that maybe he shouldn't have called Sonia Sotomayor a racist.
"My initial reaction was strong and direct — perhaps too strong and too direct."
This went up at the end of last week on the NYTimes site as a companion to the New York Times Magazine article. Now, thank god, Galifianakis has put it on Funny or Die.
"I'll just warn you, I talked about myself so much the other day that I passed out."
In anticipation of their new album, Spinal Tap has recorded a series of behind-the-scenes videos. This one examines the the history of the Druids.
"What about the rumor that the Druids run show business?"