RNC already out with response video to President Obama's "Private sector is doing fine." comment. http://t.co/lffE3js0 That was quick. #FB — Adam L. Radman (@AdamRadman) June 8, 2012 And once again, Twitter called it. "The private sector is doing fine." Coming soon to Romney ads and RNC videos near you! — jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) June 8, 2012 The Republican National Committee released two videos today that clearly show just how in over his head President Obama is. Click that stop watch. 3 hours. That's how long it took the RNC to make an ad of Obama's "private sector is doing fine" [More]
.@elizabethforma What do you think was the most difficult part about growing up as a Woman of Color in Oklahoma? — Paolo_The_Wifehunter (@AceofSpadesHQ) September 8, 2012 The lapdog media have let Elizabeth “Running Joke” Warren skate on questions about her Cherokee heritage. Luckily we have intrepid blogger Ace of Spades to do the job the lapdoggies won’t. Ace Pow Wow Chowed down on Harvard Law’s first plagiarist woman of color and her claims of authentic Native American ancestry. Fauxcahontas, meet tomahawk: .@elizabethforma Do you believe the country is ready to accept a White Woman of Color for President? — iLoveScienceSexually (@AceofSpadesHQ) September [More]
@allys_sons Frog legs & chicken…you'll never know the difference. LOL!! — R. Darren Leone (@Bada_bing3) July 24, 2014 Don’t you just hate when you’re getting some frozen chicken out for dinner and suddenly—BAM—frozen frog. It’s like a bad episode of “Chopped.” http://twitter.com/#!/allys_sons/status/492399653195763712 Just look at him. Perdue’s social media team jumps into action. Sort of. @PerdueChicken Why do you have frogs in your packaging area? My children are horrified! #deadfrog — @AllyMinks (@allys_sons) July 24, 2014 Frog infestation is one of the lesser known problems faced by today’s poultry industry. http://twitter.com/#!/allys_sons/status/492427247341428736 @allys_sons @PerdueChicken @CostcoTweets THAT is disgusting! Do they get [More]
Earl Scruggs, Country Music Hall of Famer, dies at age 88 | Tune In Music City | The Tennessean http://t.co/NOSrx8q9 — Eliza Wines (@LizaJaneToo) March 28, 2012 Earl Scruggs, the most important banjo player who ever lived, has passed on. http://t.co/1KJ2PvyH — Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo) March 28, 2012 The country music legend and banjo virtuoso passed away today at the age of 88. Martin’s tweet is especially poignant because the comedian, who is a skilled banjo player as well, played with Scruggs (and a host of other very talented musicians) on a rendition of “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” that won Scruggs [More]
Big Bird, Jay-Z, Mariah Carey… MT @Lis_Smith Great video: Jay-Z talks about how @BarackObama represents the power of our voice — Ted Newton (@Ted_Newton) October 15, 2012 Before you rush to correct us on our headline, you might want to take a minute and watch the video, which was released today. The campaign spot prominently features a video message from President Obama delivered during Jay-Z’s set at September’s Made in America festival. (Yes, the busy president found time to do that.) Of course you remember Obama’s famous revelation in July that “if you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on [More]
#LamarOdomsNextTeam Everest College — Fetti Diego (@YungTraeGlobal_) April 9, 2012 These suggestions are more like the best spoof teams, or where his non-fans want him to go. Twitter is a rough crowd. #LamarOdomsNextTeam The Jamaican Bobsled Team — Blake Based Jesus (@BlakeDaBasedSon) April 9, 2012 #LamarOdomsNextTeam Wendy's Late Night Drive-Thru. — LeBron James (@DoucheKingJames) April 9, 2012 #LamarOdomsNextTeam he gonna play on snoop doggs Pee-wee football squad — WarrenGChillington (@JustMeWarrenG) April 9, 2012 #LamarOdomsNextTeam Some Community College in Cambodia — Evil Empire (@ATLienZ404) April 9, 2012 #LamarOdomsNextTeam The Team that Master P was playing on in the UHHH video — [More]
First, the media falsely labels this case as being about "affluenza," then they criticize the case for being about it, when it wasn't. — Lizbuddie (@lizbuddie) December 13, 2013 Ethan Couch was sentenced in Fort Worth, Texas on Tuesday to 10 years’ probation, though he faced up to 20 years behind bars. Outrage over the case of the 16-year-old drunk driver who killed four people has made the case national news. Nearly every news outlet, though, has focused on the term “affluenza” in its coverage, suggesting that the “defense” in the case (Couch pleaded guilty) argued that wealth and a privileged [More]
http://twitter.com/#!/SarahKSilverman/status/245658374560169984 Late last year, Mitt Romney briefly sat down with a gay Vietnam veteran. The veteran asked Romney how he felt about gay marriage: Romney thanked the man for his service and politely answered his question, explaining that he believes marriage to be between a man and a woman. Regardless of your personal position on gay marriage, after viewing that video, it’s clear there was nothing “human garbage”-like about Romney’s conduct. Silverman, by contrast, is well-versed in garbage. Case in point: Sarah Silverman comments on her anal hygiene Sarah Silverman hearts abortion Emetic of the day: Sarah Silverman’s crotch Once again, Sarah Silverman [More]
GAO testifies that feds spent over $600 million on http://t.co/2Veb8WC38W before it even went live. No answer to how much a "fix" will cost — Mattie Duppler (@MDuppler) November 13, 2013 Wait, what? No one on the panel answers as Rep John Duncan R-TN asks how much more it will cost to fix http://t.co/25y1SOfdCF — Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) November 13, 2013 That’s right. At a hearing before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday morning, that question was asked. And went unanswered. check this out Official: “We're Kind Of Blind” To The Costs Of http://t.co/4oVWJdz4rb Fix: Appa… http://t.co/UR232EyrHv #technology #rt — POWER [More]
Sally Kristen Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, died today after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer.. She was 61. — Michael C. Bender (@MichaelCBender) July 23, 2012 America’s first woman in space has succumbed to pancreatic cancer after a long, courageous battle. From Business Wire: Sally was a physicist, the first American woman to fly in space, a science writer, and the President and CEO of Sally Ride Science. She had the rare ability to understand the essence of things and to inspire those around her to join her pursuits. Sally’s historic flight into space captured [More]