The) Gateway (Attack, Attack, Attack Edition
Dybbuk (age nine): “All boys attack, attack attack, and then claim they were only joking, but even I wouldn't do it on a radio show.”
Apostate conservative Frum gets it dead on--there is no moral equivalent of Limbaugh on the left of center (and I say this as someone who's dissed most of the pretenders to that non-existent throne). Are we being fair to Rush Limbaugh? - CNN.com www.cnn.com
Limbaugh represent the moderate wing of the right. Pamela Geller Spews Hatred at Sandra Fluke: 'Banging It Five Times a Day' littlegreenfootballs.com
“Ex-cel-lent.” Mad: The Idiotical » Blog Archive » Who Said It? Mitt Romney or Mr. Burns? mad.blog.dccomics.com
Even though I probably wouldn't vote for this women if you put a gun to my head, I have to say that it appears the wrong Santorum may be running for President. 'Snob' control: Karen Santorum guides husband on gaffe - Carrie Budoff Brown www.politico.com
I think I'm with Ray Kelly on intelligence gathering, but I also think it's healthy for him to know that he's being watched. Peter King Slams ‘Left Wing Rumormongers’ In Media For Criticizing NYPD’s Treatment of Muslims www.politicker.com
Does Peter King also think that the Son of Erin should be thankful for "No Irish Need Apply?"
Anyway, last I checked, not one inch of NYC was in King’s district.
Interesting article, although the matter of incumbent entrenchment is probably no more applicable to minority areas than white ones. The three areas of Brooklyn I've lived in have white incumbents dating back to 1981, 1985, and 1996 (more recent, but only thanks to cancer).
“It’s not about the old guard,” she said. “It’s about the limited leadership opportunities for people of color.'”
Sorry, L Joy, but there is not a level of government where the percentage of black-non Hispanic majority districts in Brooklyn does not exceed the percentage of Brooklyn's black-non Hispanic population (in the Senate and Congress quite significantly).
Also perhaps a little shocking (though not to anyone who’s been paying careful attention), is “reformer” Chris Owens' nostalgia for the days when the black establishment could eliminate primary challenges by fiat. Brooklyn’s aging black leadership faces new challengers www.cityandstateny.com
I'm almost nostalgic for the days when my name was a curse word in progressive circles.
for a Democratic candidate to step aside (because he had an allergic reaction) was politically motivated, when Beradelli claims he was only concerned for the poor Democrat's health (After all, that show so much more thought than sending a card).
2) I pointed out that since the blogger was an election lawyer, he knew the Democrat could not legally drop out without uprooting his family (who the blogger was allegedly so concerned about) in the next two weeks--and that therefore, the blogger's calling for such an impossibility was purely to put the matter before the public and make it an issue in the race.
3) He implies I'm a homosexual.
4) He accuses me of bad spelling, using the name of a blues singer and quoting an Elvis Costello lyric.
Finally, Gene tells the truth about something. Their indictment:
A rival GOP blogger postulates a theory as to why I was "chosen.” http://atlasshrugsinbrooklyn.wordpress.com/2011/09/24/christie-reconsiders-run-for-presidency/#comment-25599
Can you imagine what Gene Beradelli is thinking about this?
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