Monday, January 11, 2010


You know I really believe that Mark Halperin isn't the devil, he's just a wretched minion of the great hell beast -- of which about 75% of the political reporting culture belongs. But some smell more of sulfur than others. All of his shit has been heard already and published already, nonetheless it gets published again and re-publicized by the same pinheads that chattered about it a year ago.

So in summary, awful person, reflective of an awful group of people.

So let me know point out a chunk of it, already well-known, just because it allows me to make a cheap point I've already made many times. Because that's how blogging works after you've been doing it for nearly six years and ran out of original material about five years ago:

"[Palin's] foreign policy tutors are literally taking her through, 'This is World War I, this is World War II, this is the Korean War,'" Heilemann told "60 Minutes." "This is the -- how the Cold War worked. Steve Schmidt had gone to them and said, 'She knows nothing.'"

You can literally see Palin having it explained who Eisenhower was, or even "who's the dude with the funny mustache?" ... and then mixing up the Kaiser & Hitler (lesson, never trust a German with over-the-top facial hair, including Angela Merkel - hi-yoooo!). And since Korea didn't involved any funny mustaches, that one must have been really tough.

(via Booman)

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