"Your honor, my client, General Reynaldo Bignone, is dismayed by a recent Australian study which shows that bad moods boost memory. He's been in a bad mood for the past 25 years and that's prevented him from forgetting the thousands of Argentines he helped 'disappear' during the Dirty War. He's not exactly expecting you to have mercy on his soul, but he would appreciate it if you would approve a 90-day refill of his prescription for Nepenthe."
What lesson have we learned from the mass shootings today and yesterday? Regardless of the fact there are now over 300 million firearms in private and public hands in the United States today, that's obviously not nearly enough.
Sarah Palin will be giving a $30-a-head speech in Wisconsin today. No press, no cell phones, no cameras, no laptops, and no recording devices of any kind will be permitted inside the venue. At the conclusion of her address, all audience members must submit to a Neuralyzer screening before they will be allowed to leave the premises.
"Seems like every time I turn around, Rush, I hear you talking about 'anal poisoning'. Why don't you ever talk about 'rectal bleeding', 'colon polyps', 'duodenal ulcers', or 'gastrointestinal problems' in general?"
"Is it just a coincidence that the shootings at Fort Hood occurred at the precise moment when the Tea Party patriots on Capitol Hill were on the verge of scaling Mount Pelosi and capturing the attention of the entire Solar System? If you watch V, as I do, you know the answer to this question."
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