Anthony Weiner says there might be other photos out there. Which means there are. Which means what the hell is he thinking? — B.J. Martino (@bjmartino) April 24, 2013 Will the Weiner Well ever run dry? Not as long as news like this comes out: This guy loves to take pictures of his shlong and that’s all there is to it. nymag.com/daily/intellig… — John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) April 24, 2013 The mayoral hopeful delivered, as he’s taken to doing lately, admitting that he sent sexy messages for “a couple of years” and that we may not have seen the last of them. [More]
Schieffer: Can you honestly say the people are better off today than four years ago. O'Malley: "No." (!!) — Tim Miller (@Timodc) September 2, 2012 Oh, dear. Sunday morning shows sure are hard when one is trying to desperately spin to defend an abysmal failure. Governor O’Malley couldn’t even manage it. In a rare instance of truth, when asked if people are better of now than they were four years ago, he said, “No.” .@GovernorOMalley says we are not better off after four years http://t.co/cKc6qwuF #DNC2012 — Reince Priebus (@Reince) September 2, 2012 Forward! RT @RealMReynolds RT @Timodc: Schieffer: Can [More]
The amount of times Gregg Williams mentions targeting the head is stunning. Makes him seem like a concussion advocate http://t.co/2u0Fzxcu — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 5, 2012 In the newly released audio, Gregg Williams says, "(Crabtree) becomes human when we (bleeping) take out that outside ACL." …Not cool. — Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) April 5, 2012 Audio of Gregg Williams putting bounty on 49ers Alex Smith, others this year in playoffs: http://t.co/bXiPoFo7 — Clay Travis (@ClayTravisBGID) April 5, 2012 Warning: The audio is filled with profanity from Coach Williams. Listen at your own discretion. Know the two groups who may be [More]
RT @RepCohen: @cyndilauper great night,couldn't believe how hot u were.see you again next Tuesday.try a little tenderness.  — Billy Cole (@WilliamColeFL) April 11, 2013 Oh dear. He’s at it again. Congressman Steve Cohen of Memphis is back in the news over deleted tweets.#ScrippsPolitics twitter.com/SullivanSHNS/s… — Bartholomew Sullivan (@SullivanSHNS) April 11, 2013 RT @asmith83: Have we talked about this Steve Cohen deleted tweet yet? politwoops.sunlightfoundation.com/tweet/32210542… — Ethan Klapper (@ethanklapper) April 11, 2013 This isn’t the first time Rep. Cohen (D-Tenn.) has turned up the creepy on Twitter. As we reported, he posted some rather odd and creepy-sounding tweets, and then deleted them, [More]
One reason I doubt Benghazi whistleblowers are just whiny malcontents: they had to know the media would team up w/Obama to destroy them. — John Hayward (@Doc_0) May 6, 2013 It’s already started~the LEFT is minimizing #BENGHAZI, blaming Republicans for politicizing tragedy and criticizing whistle-blowers! #tcot — Mary Jo (@MJLovesTx) May 6, 2013 Sadly, this is exactly what we’ve come to expect. As the Benghazi whistleblowers prepare to testify this week before the House Oversight Committee, they must also brave a backlash from the hostile White House and the media. Of course, I’m glad the whistle blowers lawyered up. You [More]
McDermott (D-WA) also called the Upton bill socialism for an alleged mandate on insurance companies. #nowords #obamacare — Matt Vollenweider (@mpvollen) November 15, 2013 Classic! Rep. Jim McDermott voted to pass Obamacare in 2010, the law which forced insurance companies to discontinue certain kinds of policies which left millions of Americans with cancellation notices in spite of the president’s promise. Today, McDermott said that Rep. Fred Upton’s bill that would allow insurance companies to continue to sell certain plans is tantamount to “socialism.” Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) just said it's "socialism" for government to tell ins co's what policies to [More]
“@BrettLoGiurato: "America is poised to take off," Obama says of the economy.” "Prosperity is around the corner" Herbert Hoover — CTIronman (@CTIronman) December 4, 2012 Oh, dear. This is beyond delusional and out of touch. Reminiscent of his absurd “doing just fine” and “headwinds!” comments, President Obama today said that the economy is totally “poised to take off,” during an interview with Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman. Obama tells Julianna Goldman US economy”poised to take off” after fiscal cliff deal,but no deal “without taxes on the rich” @bloombergtv — Sara Eisen (@saraeisenFX) December 4, 2012 Also, metaphors are hard. Obama, [More]
Since he started making art at the age of five, Mexican artist Cristiam Ramos has been fascinated by using non-traditional materials to create his portraits and landscapes, including candy and old cans. Today, the 34-year-old artist now lives in Orlando, Florida, and is best known for his celebrity portraits, and has created strikingly detailed images of pop icons using candy. Perhaps as atonement for the sugary binge, he’s lately turned to a different material to create his work: toothpaste.  The paintings are large and consist of many layers; the layering helps Ramos create the color tones he needs, as toothpaste just doesn’t come [More]
Feinstein to @wolfblitzer abt Sen. Cruz : "I felt patronized" on talking to him post-mtg "I needed to cool down." #CNN — Jennifer Hanks (@ScogginsHanks) March 14, 2013 We already know not to question Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s encyclopedic knowledge of guns, and now we know we certainly don’t want to question her knowledge of the Constitution. She’s been in Washington a long, long time, and she let her colleague, freshman Sen. Ted Cruz, know that she’s pretty darn familiar with the founding documents. In fact, she told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer she felt “patronized” by Cruz bringing up the constitutionality of [More]
has the left started saying @scrowder walked into it trying to incite yet? #tcot — Greg (@FoolishReporter) December 11, 2012 Why yes. Yes they have. Shortly after Steven Crowder tweeted about being viciously assaulted by a union goon, conservatives jokingly suggested that lefties would find a way to blame Crowder: @stranahan Gee, I wonder who will be cast as the violent ones. @scrowder best get a lawyer — he assaulted some thug’s fist w/ his face. — WitCoHE (@EricStrobel) December 11, 2012 @detnews Wow, just look at that evil Steven Crowder attacking that poor man’s fist with his face. Shame [More]