Monday, August 31, 2009

Remember that one time

When the son of that one guy was interviewing that Guy whose daughter was on another channel talking about him and then they went to the panel where that son of that one guy led a roundtable where the son of another guy dominated the panel?

And then I went to this one website where the son of this one woman discussed the whole issue praising the Guy and his Daughter with the other guy who was the son of another guy.

And then we found out that the daughter of this one guy was hired to work for a network who had so recently hired the son of a guy who had employed him for a long-time and who really liked to interview this one old guy whose daughter has signed a book contract because she's his daughter? And this was all unnoticed by the daughter of one guy and the son of another guy.

But they all hated affirmative action. You have to give 'em that much.

I'm pretty sure you remember because that "one time" is continuous.

They should convene a panel for the next Meet the Press with Jenna Bush Hager, Luke Russert, Liz Cheney, Megan McCain and Jonah Goldberg, and they should have Chris Wallace moderate it. They can all bash affirmative action and talk about how vitally important it is that the U.S. remain a Great Meritocracy because it's really unfair for anything other than merit to determine position and employment. They can interview Lisa Murkowski, Evan Bayh, Jeb Bush, Bob Casey, Mark Pryor, Jay Rockefeller, Dan Lipinksi, and Harold Ford, Jr. about personal responsibility and the virtues of self-sufficiency. Bill Kristol, Tucker Carlson and John Podhoretz can provide moving commentary on how America is so special because all that matters is merit, not who you know or where you come from. There's a virtually endless list of politically well-placed guests equally qualified to talk on such matters.