Monday, June 8, 2009

Rush Limbaugh on Sotomayor's Ankle

Wow. Rush Limbaugh dutifully delivered on the inevitable, yet unbelievable criticism of Sonia Sotomayor breaking her ankle. I didn't think Rush had a sense of humor, but this has got to be a joke, right?


"Would a white male judge have fractured his ankle in the same circumstances in the same airport on the way to Senate meetings?"





Sonia Sotomayor on Crutches After Breaking Her Ankle

MSNBC calls her a "trooper." I'm looking for a video of someone on Fox News claiming that her clumsiness makes her unfit for the Supreme Court.





UPDATE: Rush delivers.

Conan Embraces the Super Mario Brothers

Conan takes his Super Mario Brothers set to the next level.




Limbaugh's Not Jumping on the Twitter Train

Rush Limbaugh is the only prominent voice in the Republican Party who refuses to tweet.


"I'm getting emails from people -- 'Hey, Rush, I saw your tweet the other day' -- I do not have an account on Twitter. I think there are three or four phony Rush Limbaugh accounts on Twitter. I don't tweet... I resist the tug of popular sentiment. Somebody else gets -- everybody else gets involved in something I purposely don't, but I have no interest in tweeting. So I don't have a 'Tweeter' account, or a Twitter account, nor a Facebook account, nor any of these other things. So whatever you're seeing supposedly tweeted by me is not the case."





Stephen Colbert Goes to Iraq

Colbert previews this week's "Operation Iraqi Stephen" on Good Morning America. Is he here or there?


"I'm playing the palace!"





Neil Patrick Harris' Closing Number at the Tonys

Here's NPH's closing song from last night's Tony Awards, definitely the highlight of the night. NYTimes.com has the lyrics and an explanation of how they pulled it off.


CHRIS SIEBER PLEASE
PERFORMING ON YOUR KNEES?
DUDE, THAT ONLY WORKS TO WIN GOLDEN GLOBES





Laura Bush on W.'s Silence

Is it because he's being respectful of Obama, or just that he has nothing to say?




A Tribute to Meghan McCain

The GOP's most popular member doesn't sound too much like a Republican. Via The Full Ginsburg.