Friday, December 9, 2011

Did You Know, Polyester is a Sin

I didn't know that.

Read Leviticus 19:19.

I learned that at Time, Top 10 Protest Signs, Silent Bob Strikes Back.

What Goes Around Comes Around

"Kevin Drum of Mother Jones recently dug up a 1978 Gingrich quotation lamenting that ‘one of the great problems we have in the Republican Party is that we don’t encourage you to be nasty.’

Thanks to Gingrich, this is no longer a problem, in either party. Embracing Newtonian Nastiness, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) called Gingrich ‘too erratic,’ ‘too self-centered’ and lacking ‘the capacity to control himself.’ Former congressman Guy Molinari (R-N.Y.) called Gingrich ‘evil’ and the prospect of him becoming president ‘appalling.’

Then came the Romney-hosted teleconference.

Gingrich ‘says outrageous things that come from nowhere, and he has a tendency to say them at exactly the time when they most undermine the conservative agenda,’ Talent reported.

Gingrich ‘is more concerned about Newt Gingrich than he is about conservative principle,’ Sununu contributed. The ‘off-the-cuff thinking . . . is not what you want in the commander in chief.’

Now, Gingrich said he doesn’t want to be ‘the attack dog in the Republican Party.’ But it’s a bit late for purity. He’s Newt Gingrich, and he approved this message."

Read the Washington Post, Newt’s nastiness comes back to haunt him.