Start your watches. In forty-fifty years time, the rift between economic Libertarians and religious Libertarians will become so great that Politico will notice.
How delightful, by the way, is that "Stereotyped for decades as pro-pot, pro-porn and pro-pacifism…"? Which should we add first: 1) "When, in reality, it's been the other pro-gun, anti-tax party for a quarter century" or 2) "A stereotype disproven by the fact that its acknowledged leader, Kentucky Senator and Lunatic (but I repeat myself! Twice!) Rand Paul doesn't believe in any of those"?
Okay, slight exaggeration, maybe; Rand Paul is probably pro-porn, whatever that might mean in this day and age. What it would mean in his case is "If someone could actually formulate a question, and back him into a corner, he'd say he believed it was a matter for the states." What it doesn't mean is him filibustering a Justice Department nominee until he got a written answer as to why they've been litigating mom & pop porn studios out of business--and putting people in prison--for the past forty years, despite that First amendment he likes so much.
The Republican senator, appearing Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," said that "after eight years of President Obama," the GOP headed into the next presidential election with the upper hand.
This is just the sort of forward thinking the party needs. Lindsey Graham: Schoolmarm-in-Chief, 2016!
I'm sure this will comfort the four or five liberals out there who know who th' fuck Mike Gallagher is. Actually, now I think of it, "Four or Five Liberals Know Who Th' Fuck Mike Gallagher Is" would be real news.
And each week, about 3.5 million people tune into Gallagher, according to Talkers magazine, which ranks him as having the fifth biggest talk radio audience in the country.
Talkers magazine. I can't keep up with these kids today and their crazy trends.
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!
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Hannah Rosin, "Ross Douthat Says Princeton Mom Outed a Dirty Liberal Secret". April 8
Dear Lord, they've discovered a way to make a Ross Douthat column even worse! They'll be delivering this stuff by drone soon enough, and contrails will be obsolete. Unless Rand Paul can stop them.
a) "Ross Douthat makes an interesting argument in Sunday’s New York Times…" opens the piece.
b) The next paragraph begins by explaining that Cardinal Douthat had, in fact, missed the entire point of that Princeton Mom marriage thing. No biggie, though.
c) Halfway between the two we get this: " It used to be that a rich man would be just as likely to marry his secretary as the cute girl from pre-med." As her example Rosin cites Mad Men.
d) As further proof of this titanic social shift Rosin notes that "Even athletes don’t just marry the bombshells anymore; they marry their equals." One need not bother clicking the link to know in one's marrow that it will lead to Tiger Woods. Who's now an item with Lindsey