Here are some random thoughts to brighten your day:
Stop following Sarah Palin. Obviously she wants to antagonize the media to stoke their curiosity about a possible presidential bid. No one really takes a family vacation in a tour bus with their name on it and a lifesize image of the constitution next to another image advertising their PAC, unless their the Partridge Family.
The real lesson of “Weinergate” is that we should not apply the word “gate” to every scandal. Robbing a hotel is not quite the same as showing your junk to a college girl on Twitter. Just a side note, Richard Nixon’s nickname was “Tricky Dick.” So, maybe we should have applied the term to his scandal a long time ago.
The Casey Anthony trial is now getting about as annoying as the royal wedding!
Which country will implode first: Yemen or Syria. The U.S. probably can’t respond to either, so it doesn’t really matter.
Chris Matthews really is just the liberal Bill O’Reilly.
Mike Barnacle is on “Morning Joe,” but I have no idea who he is?
Why are all guys in a computer store managers named Brian? More importantly, why are they always out to lunch? (my aunt told me that joke a few years ago, and I thought it was applicable since I am buying a new laptop).
Reading an Ayn Rand novel in the developing makes you feel like a jackass. It is hard to imagine objectivist philosophy being that great when poverty is all around you.