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June 09, 2009

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PaulL

Thanks for the short version. One sentence, paraphrased, is plenty of Brooks.

Jane

No worries, because we are all post-racism now. (or something like that)

I predict a sympathy vote for the broken ankle.

ben

Cautious judicial temperament = flaming liberal

Huh, let's see, have other "conservatives" like Sullivan endorsed her too? And Obama satellites Peggy Noonan and Kathleen Parker?

verner

A cautious judicial temperament that has been overturned on appeal how many times?

And when she hits the big time, they don't have appeals.

He can try as hard as he wants to tell us that she's a latina Sandra Day O'Connor. The very fact that Obama nominated her tells me it ain't so.

ben

Cautious at heart means you should ignore all her prior public statements and writings and rulings and hope that somewhere deep in her heart there exists a little spec of judicial restraint. I think there is a better chance Biden won't say something stupid for a whole week.

Rocco

"She is quite liberal. But there’s little evidence that she is motivated by racialist thinking or an activist attitude."

Of course her membership in an organization translated as "The Race" isn't a razist or activist organization!

Porchlight

That sounds a lot like Brooks' pre-election assessment of Obama, which was essentially: he can't possibly be as bad as he sounds, so let's elect him and hope for the best.

Danube of Thought

The man makes my skin crawl.

Neo

Our new "god" relents ... 10 big banks get OK to repay $68B in bailout money

Danube of Thought

From The Hill:

"The Supreme Court will now consider, in closed session, whether or not to grant a hearing to the Indiana bondholders. Four justices would have to vote to hear the bondholders’ appeal of a federal court ruling approving the sale.

"A spokesman for the Supreme Court said late Monday that the justices could meet anytime to determine whether or not to grant a writ of certiorari, or order oral arguments on the issue."

narciso

He's the one that said that Obama, was
like 'the Mountain, he's always there' and
Sarah,was 'a cancer on the Party'. He's had moments of lucidity, but the soma always brings him back.

verner

How many times do we have to keep saying that Brooks has gone over to the dark side.

Jane

"The Supreme Court will now consider, in closed session, whether or not to grant a hearing to the Indiana bondholders. Four justices would have to vote to hear the bondholders’ appeal of a federal court ruling approving the sale.

I'm betting on at least 8 justices saying "yes".

Ahhhh such optimism. But why would the Court want to cede its power to the executive branch?

dk70

L. Ingram had mentioned this morning that Truman vs Youngstown would make an appearance if the Court granted a hearing.

Perfect test case for Obama's bully vs. the little guy theory. Funny how President Obama ends up as the bully.

Uncle BigBad

Verner

Brooks started out on the dark side.

And. What is cautious about Sonjia's Ricci vote?

Rick Ballard

"The man makes my skin crawl."

Rockefeller Eloi tend to generate that response among the sentient. He's definitely earning his place on the table.

Danube of Thought

God but I hope you're right, Jane. I come out the other way, for no reason other than innate pessimism.

By the way, there is a line that I must have seen in a half dozen press reports that is beginning to drive me mad. It goes something like this: "The pension funds argue that the deal is unconstitutional because it places unsecured creditors ahead of secured creditors." I don't know who first wrote it up that way, but the herd has picked it up and regurgitated it over and over.

The constitution doesn't address the question of priorities in bankruptcies. If they're claiming the deal is unconstitutional, they are surely specifying what provision or doctrine of the constitution is violated. Due process? I don't think so, but maybe. Equal protection? I don't know how to make that one fit.

Anybody have a clue? Anyone seen any of the briefs anywhere?

matt

it would seem there is a growing chorus in opposition to the president's agenda. Today's Drudge has half a dozen interesting articles and opinion pieces expressing either deep concern or dissatisfaction with the president's agenda, some from people who once wholeheartedly supported him. The same can be said for a number of other publications and writers. The president's prevarications are catching up, and his policy is being rapidly exposed as unworkable.

I find it odd that putative conservatives like Brooks so far have found nothing to oppose in the president's agenda, which I consider far to the left. How can they have a shred of credibility left?

MayBee

"A spokesman for the Supreme Court said late Monday that the justices could meet anytime to determine whether or not to grant a writ of certiorari, or order oral arguments on the issue."

Obama opposed Roberts and Alito for the court because he said they too often sided with the powerful over the weak.
Well....let's see what he has to say if this time, they side with the weak pensioners over the powerful government/unions.

Heh heh.

Extraneus

Regardless of whether she's confirmed or not, Soto's hearings provide the best opportunity we've ever had for the real "conversation on race." So let's get it on:

Voters Say It’s Time to End Affirmative Action

Who does Brooks influence, anyway? Does he influence "moderates"?

Fresh Air

DoT--

The Mediacrat nitwits all assume that any time a case comes before the Supreme Court, it's because there is a constitutional issue involved. The concept of appealing on other grounds never enters their tiny, windowless minds.

Rocco

Sotomayor attended the parochial Blessed Sacrament elementary school followed by the Cardinal Spellman High School. A wonderful testament to her mother, who worked two jobs so her daughter could receive a better education than most. I wonder how many other Nuyoricans had that privilege? I wonder if she was considered "privileged" by her peers and if so, did she harbor any guilt feelings which led to her activist youth?

Old Lurker

DoT, is there not a prohibition of the Fed Govt interfering in private contracts (now excepting those that condone illegal activities)?

Is that not the crux of this matter, or at least one of them, in that the secured bondholders bargained for a lower rate on their bonds in return for a priority claim on certain assets, which claims have been turned on their heads?

Danube of Thought

You may be on to something, FA. Drives me nuts.

DK70, I sure hope Ingram is right (she's a former Rehnquist clerk), but I doubt it. The Youngstown case involved Truman's seizure of the steel industry (on national security grounds) to prevent a strike during the Korean war. He was invoking his inherent authority as commander-in-chief, but was also acting in contravention of one of the congressional labor-law enactments.
(A lot of people said the case should control the case of Bush acting contrary to the FISA statue, but I don't think it ever came to that.)

Here, the administration is acting arguable with congressional approval (TARP), and certainly not contrary to any congressional action. Also, the action has been agreed to by a number of parties and has taken place in the course of a judicial proceeding. Applying Youngstown would seem to me to be a real stretch. But hell, I dunno...

Danube of Thought

*arguably*

Danube of Thought

"DoT, is there not a prohibition of the Fed Govt interfering in private contracts (now excepting those that condone illegal activities)?"

Yes, with the huge exeption of bankruptcy proceedings. Voiding and modifying contract terms is largely what bankruptcy courts do, and they're authorized by the constitution. But maybe they will argue that this goes farther than bankruptcy courts have ever gone in that regard.

dk70

DOT, her comments were more in the vein that Truman tried to take over the steel industry just like Obama is trying to take over the car industry if I'm remembering correctly.

sbw

Who but TM, for the love of God, reads David Brooks?

And who, but for liberals, calls him conservative?

clarice

I think there's a question as to whether the TARP funds were ever authorized to do more than resolve the banking crisis..

I have heard from PUK who indicates he's doctors were very worried--they weren't sure they'd ever get that smile off his face.

Ignatz

--Here, the administration is acting arguable with congressional approval (TARP), and certainly not contrary to any congressional action.--

Didn't the senate vote specifically not to use TARP funds for the auto industry but Bush ignored it?
A senate vote alone is not binding but absent a congressional vote in the opposite direction ought to carry some weight, seems to me.

--"She is quite liberal. But there’s little evidence that she is motivated by racialist thinking or an activist attitude."--

Brooks is such an idiot. There may be, somewhere, a person who is "quite liberal" who is NOT motivated by racialist thinking or an activist, but it's not too likely. The very core of quite liberal people is race and shoving their racial views down others' throats through activism.

Danube of Thought

I know that's one of the issues they've raised, Clarice--they say the TARP legislation only authorized the funds for financial institutions. I've seen the language (which I forget), but it seemed a bit ambiguous to me.

I think if a Court were to conclude that the language didn't go that far, then there might very well be an issue as to the president's constitutional authority, but I don't think Youngstown would provide the answer, because even if Obama didn't get congressional approval, he wasn't contravening congress. It would come down (I think) to a question of his authority in matters where congress has been silent.

Anyway, I sure as hell hope he loses.

ben

"She is quite liberal. But there’s little evidence that she is motivated by racialist thinking or an activist attitude."

Warning: Obama Kool-Aid can cause you to write really asinine statements.

Thomas Collins

I have more respect for real leftists such as Alexander Cockburn than I do for schoolboyish suck-up to the Establishment conservatives such as Brooksie.

Cecil Turner

Warning: Obama Kool-Aid can cause you to write really asinine statements.

No kidding. I have little doubt that membership in the KKK would be a disqualifier for any SCOTUS nominee. It's hard to feature why membership in La Raza isn't similarly disqualifying. Similarly, her view that appellate courts is where "policy is made" is, well, out there. How that avoids being either racialist or activist is a mystery only true leftists (and Brooks, apparently) can answer.

MayBee

Obama is about to have an event endorsing PAYGO.

How can anybody not laugh?

Rick Ballard

Another marker re the Ogabe Regime diving into panic mode: Team TurboZero's Friends of Fascism program is DOA.

It appears that Ogabe's "New Rulz" concerning theft from bondholders is facing a challenge outside of SCOTUS as well.

RichatUF

DoT-This is the court of appeals opinion.

This is the Indiana motion and Supreme Court supplemental. Responds to the timeframe argument (government saying that Fiat will walk away if it isn't closed by the 15th). Quotes Fiat chariman "we will not walk away from the deal" (but I suppose that does include fly away and anchor away...)

sbw

Neo, on some thread some place: --no court, including the Supreme Court, has the authority to hear a challenge--

sorry to disabuse you. Look at Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, 548 U.S. 557 (2006), where the government argued the Supreme Court had no jurisdiction.

The Supreme court will find jurisdiction, if it possibly can, to preserve its own power.

verner

Just read on Drudge that Katie Couric now has the lowest ratings for CBS news ever since they've had ratings.

She's on a network, and is barely beating O'Reilly.

I really wish they would get a clue. Everybody knows that Couric is a partisan shill, and not so bright. So you've just alienated the 62 million viewers who DID NOT vote for Obama. The networks then have to split the remains between the three of them. The true nuts go for NBC, those who are feeling a little remorse are watching ABC for Tapper, and the remaining Obama voters--too dumb to watch the news.

So cry baby cry. We don't like you--we really don't.

clarice

DoT--we both know the court will avoid resolving a case on constitutional grounds if there is a statutory basis for the decision. If TARP was not intended for such purposes as rewarding the UAW at the expense of the Indiana pension funds, couldn't the court simply rule the President lacked statutoory authority for his actions?

Topsecretk9

William Jefferson's jury selection started today, FYI.

Extraneus

The long knives are still out.

Palin beginning to irritate some Senate GOPers

Sarah Palin has begun to get on the nerves of Republican senators who say the former GOP vice presidential nominee is taking her own White House aspirations entirely too seriously.

But those same senators may have their eye on a 2012 White House run or be friends with senators with presidential ambitions. And Palin, who does not have a lot of Washington connections, energized the party’s grass roots in 2008 while bucking the D.C. establishment, leaving much of the party’s elite grumbling about her appeal to the conservative base.

Jack is Back!

Every time I see David Brooks name and/or picture I am reminded of Brooks Brothers - a stereotypical iconic dress code for eastern establishment egalitarians - preppy country club republicans. The kind that use their middle name like Kendall Myers, work in the DoS or CIA, read the New York Times, like the opera and think the GOP died when Ike chose Nixon as his VP.

clarice

Some smart person (I forgot who but I think it's Taranto) says that when we see the word "some" in a news story we should read "I".It's the Hill..it is an expression of the author's dream, extraneous.

Appalled

David Brooks makes an argument that, because Soto is a product of her times, we should disregard the offensive things we have heard from her. (It's akin to ignoring Sen Byrd when he made his White N---- comments on CNN.)

But thihe thing is that the thoughts of that era still influence thought in the academic left. Rather than ignoring, the GOP should confront it, and force Democrats and Soto herself to disavow it. These ideas do not stop being respectable unless they are attacked, and consequences are attached to them.

I do not think a war against this nominee (dragging up every nasty bit of past business, having GOP senators talking in hyperbole) is a good idea. But we are no longer in an era where a supreme court nominee who is a liberal should get an automatic vote from a GOP member. One of the few things that unites most of the GOP is a belief that the judiciary should stick to original intent of the federal constiutution, ta state constitution, or the laws passed by congress. It's reasonable for the GOP to oppose this nominee.

clarice

Jack, You have something there. I think the US Govt should simply refuse to hire people who have more than one surname in their monicker-like Walter Kendall Myers or call themselves by their middle name.

RichatUF

An illegal taking (downgrading the secured bondholders position and elevating the insecureds position) and Treasury Department authority (they should have included the "Auto Czar" position as well-he is sort of free floating able to spend Treasury and TARP money but has a little corner office in the Executive Office).

Neo

Innocent Bystanders has a Correction to the May Unemployment Chart which was previously more generous to the administration as now the slope looks even worse.

Murdoch already has us heading for 11% unemployment.

Do I hear 12% .. 13% .. 14% ??

No Congress-critter without a political “death wish” is going to vote for "cap-and-trade" unless they are sure it will never actually get signed. The momentum over at Rasmussen is now clearly in favor of Republicans on economic issues and the public will make Pelosi an ex-Speaker if they get clobbered with a new burden in the middle of a recession.

MayBee

But thihe thing is that the thoughts of that era still influence thought in the academic left. Rather than ignoring, the GOP should confront it, and force Democrats and Soto herself to disavow it. These ideas do not stop being respectable unless they are attacked, and consequences are attached to them.

Perfectly said, Appalled.

I'm not even sure that era is completely over. There are still people who think it is very wise to say things like "If women ran the world, there would never be war!".

She needs to defend her thoughts, and in a more convincing way than "I misspoke". She meant it.

Fresh Air

Extraneus--

I really, really hope she irritates the piss out of everyone but Inhofe and Cornyn. The GOP should never again nominate a U.S. Senator for president.

RichatUF

Amen to that Fresh Air.

ben

"David Brooks makes an argument that, because Soto is a product of her times, we should disregard the offensive things we have heard from her."

That's not an argument, might not even be a Hail Mary. The "product of her times" is akin to "the product of his environment" liberals often try to use to justify criminal activity ("yes he murdered 6 people, but he is a product of a broken home had an alcoholic mother and used drugs in his youth, so don't execute him"). We are all products of our times in one way or another, Blago is a product of the cesspool of corruption in Chicago politics, should that exonerate him? Trent Lott paid a heavy price for a statement that was a "product of his times"...but of course he is a Republican, different rules apply.

Haumea

The supplemental is hysterical.

"That whole July 15th deadline is cow manure, judge.

Oh, and linky."

davod

This time Brooks probably just received phone calls of deep breathers.

narciso

That Hill story has not one named source, to it. Do they think she's just going to hunt them down personally, she is the Akhanitsa after all(let me savor that for
a minute) I know it's a crazy notion to expect them to actually have facts in the story.like the fact that she only did the Chambliss rally and the RGA meeting after the election, she's been quite focused on her state's business.

So,what precedent will be used to cover this,YoungsTown seems a very narrow reed
to rest the auto takeover,on. I know what does precedent matter; (Kelo,Hamdi,Hamdan,
Boumedienne)

DebinNC

BO's nominating Sotomayor, especially at his first opportunity, seems akin to Bush choosing Harriet Miers...an almost inexplicable choice, even given the race/gender issue. At least I doubt she'll be changing any minds over at SCOTUS as worthier choices might.

Parking Lot

((I really, really hope she irritates the piss out of everyone but Inhofe and Cornyn. The GOP should never again nominate a U.S. Senator for president.))

I intuit that there is some very bad blood between Sen. McCain and Palin. I think he's dealt with her treacherously. It's too bad she wasted so much political capital on him.

Strawman Cometh

Maybee,
If she misspoke, she did so six or more times, on the record.

DebinNC

SCOTUS decision this week re GA's mandating photo IDs to vote. I hope this nullifies Eric Holder's recent order prohibiting this requirement.

narciso

I posted my first two blog posts on Myers, on my own blog, in the LUN. Somehow the hyperlinks aren't illuminated, Yesterdays Myers tidbit was the 'the Walking Coma" or
"This Bandit" Fidel complaining over the Myers bust, saying he didn't know him, but appreciated his service for the revolution

MayBee

On Fox, an interviewer with a Chrysler dealer seems to discover they've just been given until the 15th to close (today was supposed to be the day).

What if they just refused to stop selling cars?

matt

Katie Couric just made an ass of herself at Princeton today. No wonder her numbers are in the toilet.

matt

If I were a Chrysler dealer I would stop payments to the company immediately until my lawyers could exercise every sensible legal option to recover damages.

 Ann

Photobucket

Mail Online: "Busy day: Michelle Obama raised eyebrows today with her layered look - including two cardigans - as she left Westminster Abbey after being taken on a private tour"

Fresh Air

Katie Couric just made an ass of herself at Princeton today

How was her behavior distinguished from what she normally does?

Original MikeS

Michelle Obama raised eyebrows today...

What's the deal on the apron?

Sue

Ann,

Are they claiming that it looked good? Because I wouldn't wear that garb in the backyard to weed the flower beds, and I can garb myself with some mighty fine outfits for that task.

Sue

FA,

She called on the graduates to not be nasty then proceeded to make fun of Palin, Prejean, Rush and Rumsfeld. Then praised Hillary, Michelle and Sotomayor.

Porchlight

Merciful heavens, what a hideous getup.

Parking Lot

((Mail Online: "Busy day: Michelle Obama raised eyebrows today with her layered look - including two cardigans - as she left Westminster Abbey after being taken on a private tour"))

a good example of pomo fashion deconstructing traditional 'good taste'--you know, things like appropriateness, simplicity, coordination (unity), cohesion and suchlike

Jane

"The pension funds argue that the deal is unconstitutional because it places unsecured creditors ahead of secured creditors."

Geez Dot I just spent about 20 minutes on the radio arguing something very close to that, while Dick looked impressed. Next time could you let me know earlier?

narciso

Gack, is the probably only expression that fits. They don't have anyone who challenges
them about anything do they, it really is like the "Emperor's New Clothes"

Parking Lot

((What's the deal on the apron? ))

I was searching for a word to describe that strange looking item ..

'apron' is perfect!!

peter

That sounds a lot like Brooks' pre-election assessment of Obama, which was essentially: he can't possibly be as bad as he sounds, so let's elect him and hope for the best.

Porchlight, great post.

Methinks Brooksie likes the really easy gig being a columnist for Pinchie's op-ed page is and is willing to suck it up to keep it going. The alternative? Moderate bloggers don't make too much dough.

Blue Oc

Did someone Photoshop Michelle's head on to Oprah's body? Could anyone tell the difference if they did?

Jane

DoT, is there not a prohibition of the Fed Govt interfering in private contracts (now excepting those that condone illegal activities)?

What I want to know is where the executive branch gets that authority.

I think there's a question as to whether the TARP funds were ever authorized to do more than resolve the banking crisis..

I think this is the best and narrowest route for overturning the decision.

The Supreme court will find jurisdiction, if it possibly can, to preserve its own power.

That's what I think too. But maybe I'm just wishing.

Sue

Bonpoint>

Blue Ox

Blue "Ox", as opposed to the somewhat less familiar Blue "Oc".

MayBee

Between this and the outfit she wore to the Eiffel Tower, I am certain she is desperately trying to be rid of the pressure of being called a "fashion icon".

(I once got stuck doing a two-cardigan thing. When traveling in Switzerland, we were hit with an unseasonable snow storm. I just piled on as many cardigans I had and tried to pretend it was a look. Horrifyingly, I think Michelle thinks it is a look)

Sue

Sorry, I was just seeing if I could post a picture too. I can. ::grin::

centralcal

Well I see Michelle has continued to accentuate her negatives while in Europe.

First the belt below her boobs which shows she has no waistline to speak of (the white dress-off with Carla Sardozy) and now an apron that shows she is really wide in the hips.

Perfect. Plus two cardigans covering her "fabulous arms," whatever will the media have to praise if she hides the toned biceps?

Parking Lot

I didn't realize the caterpillar look had so many different variations.

cathyf
What if they just refused to stop selling cars?
Factory to dealer incentives... The point about ending the franchise relationship is that they can no longer sell you a car and get the thousands of dollars in Chrysler incentives. So when there is another Chrysler dealer in town, the one with the franchise will be able to sell exactly the same car for less money. Also, there is a big deal about warranty service -- I don't think that Chrysler has to pay for the service if it's not at one of the "factory authorized repair facilities."

The detail I've never seen discussed is that these dealers owe Chrysler quite a bit of money for the inventory that they have bought and now sits unsold on their lots. Chrysler is going to bankrupt quite a few of them, which means that they are going to default on those loans.

centralcal

Ann didn't post the fish 'n chips outfit. Another winner at the Daily Mail!

Porchlight

Thanks, peter. It's sad because I actually used to really like Brooks. The NYT infects/corrupts everyone in time, it seems.

centralcal

Here's a link to the fish n' chips Michelle. Is she preggers?

jean

How old is Michelle?She dresses like some of the teen age girls that chase my son.I thought she looked pregnant back in JAN.,but decided she just a really big lady.

Porchlight

central, she can't be preggers because she and Barack got wasted together in the Village and I don't think she'd drink (in public) if she was pregnant.

I think she just has a few more inches in that area naturally and of course, the big black belt draws attention to it. I actually like that outfit w/o the belt, though it's not appropriate for evening.

I am honestly clueless as to why she goes for these huge belts. They're ugly and they draw the eye exactly where she shouldn't want it to go. And WHY ON EARTH would she wrap it outside the cardigan? Even if that is some hot new trend, she clearly can't pull it off.

I know her clothes are expensive and perhaps technically they are the height of fashion, but they are the least flattering I've ever seen on a First Lady. Hillary did far, far better in comparison, even in the black velvet headband days.

Danube of Thought

Just had a chance to take a hasty look at the Indiana motion (thanks, RichardUF). The constitutional argument is that subordinating the secured creditors' rights to those of the unsecureds is an unlawful taking under the Fifth Amendment. They cite some authorities that I haven't had a chance to look at.

Gonna try to learn more about this as the day goes on.

clarice

Deb, somehow I answered your question on the wrong thread.

clarice

She looks pregnant to me..

Jane

The constitutional argument is that subordinating the secured creditors' rights to those of the unsecureds is an unlawful taking under the Fifth Amendment.

Phew!

Original MikeS

Confirmation hearings are scheduled. I'm happy that Sonia will finally get a chance to explain her offensive statements in a way that (hopefully) will sound less perverse and nasty.

Obama would probably say that each race believes in its own exceptionalism, so...

Still, I would like to know if Judge Sotomayor still thinks Latinas reach better conclusions than white males. If she has stopped believing that, I would like to know when.

Captain Hate

I have more respect for real leftists such as Alexander Cockburn than I do for schoolboyish suck-up to the Establishment conservatives such as Brooksie.

This speaks for me as well. Back when the WSJ used to have Cockburn as their token lefty, he always wrote in an entertaining style. What he wrote was completely unhinged but it made me laugh as I read it. Brooks is just, frankly, boring. He spends all of his time trying to convince people that he's a "thoughtful" conservative without owning up that he's just an uninteresting douche that, if he actually adhered to anything convincingly conservative, Pinch would send him packing faster than you can say Bill Kristol.

Rick Ballard

the somewhat less familiar Blue "Oc"

I thought it was "Orc". I continue to find her appearance simply stunning. Somewhere between Louisville Slugger and 2X4. Not quite to Taser.

Yet.

 Ann

Are they claiming that it looked good? Because I wouldn't wear that garb in the backyard to weed the flower beds, and I can garb myself with some mighty fine outfits for that task.

Sue, I think they were really trying hard to be polite by calling that a layered look. At least, she didn't add her ammo belt this time. :)

I bet PUK has a delicious London word to describe her look!

narciso

It's a shame, the Times had two good columnists on a great many things, the late A.M. Rosenthal, who Andrew is no chip of the old block, specially on questions of foreign policy and William Safire, although he went kind of batty over the TIA. I didn't read enough of Flora Lewis, but I figure she was better than Friedman or Kristof. And Anthony Lewis, well he was certifiable after 1965.

Ignatz

--I didn't realize the caterpillar look had so many different variations.--

I think I was the entymologist who identified her as a caterpillar when she wore that weird black fuzzy thing awhile back, so I think I can state with authority that the pupae has hatched and is now a beautiful and gaudy butterfly.
Albeit a butterfly with a curiously distended abdomen and thorax and the fashion sense of Minnie Pearl.
Wanna bet there's a price tag hanging off one of those Jimmy Carter cardigans?

You know you're in sartorial trouble when a male logger living in a town of 1000 people knows you dress like a total yutz.

Ignatz

--She looks pregnant to me..--


You mean Barry's been screwing someone besides taxpayers?

I'm feeling jealous.

Daddy

Hey,

Maybe we could get Rush Limbaugh to join La Raza. Then immediately The MSM would be forced to view it as a Racist Organization. (Or is "Racialist" the term du jour?)

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