Conservative James Wigderson criticizes the left for very loud rudeness during a speech in Wisconsin by Sarah Palin. No mention of the Tea Party and town hall meetings a while back. Another time, I suppose.
Chuck Thinks Right has a conspiracy theory. Reports on the public reaction to GOP candidates is a plot to make the President look good. I hate to admit it. It's kind of embarrassing. But all this time I thought those stories were about what polls show.
Ned Williams at Wisdom Is Vindicated accuses President Obama of reneging on the tax compromise with Republicans back in December. Seems the President wants the extremely wealthy to give up their disproportionate tax cuts as the economy improves. Obama, you see, is breaking his promise. Ned is extremely busy formulating important thoughts and doesn't have time to keep current with his facts. The administration position back in December was that the extremely wealthy should give up their disproportionate tax cuts as the economy improves. This might help poor Ned.
At Why do we have to do this, Sir? our favorite developing spiritual leader reviews the events leading to the crucifixion. He correctly, I think, characterizes the crowd yelling for blood as a rent-a-mob. I think the evidence is the entire Kabuki dance was choreographed by Pilate. The likelihood is that Jesus was not executed because he was rejected by the Jewish people. He was executed because he was wildly popular.
Michael J. Scott, first among equals in Mad Mike's America, says some of us crazy Christians are really crazy. No offense taken, since his example, David Barton, is an indisputable fruitcake. I mean that in a nice way, Mr. Barton.
Jack Jodell, friend of the working blogger, at THE SATURDAY AFTERNOON POST, summarizes the story of the life of labor and civil rights activist Lucy Parsons, whose activism continued into her 80s. She died too soon.
Max's Dad reviews the defense of yet another racist email, this about President Obama's family, sent by a GOP official. It was all in the spirit of good fun. Max's Dad seems to have forgotten that Republicans are hilarious.
- Mirth being no respecter of ideology, Tommy Christopher at Mediaite joins in piling on Wonkette for a "birthday greeting" to Sarah Palin's child. Tommy is right, and Wonkette's got it coming.
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