Month: July 2008

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If Dubya were a relief pitcher

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On July 26, 2008
He would be Todd Jones, i.e., he would (1) Inexplicably be handed a series of very important high-paying jobs; where he would (2) Suck at them; yet (3) Continue to get promoted; thereby destroying (4) The United States of America/The Detroit Tigers’ season. Actually the Todd Jones Situation (and wouldn’t that be a good name […]

The Obvious Proved

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On July 26, 2008

Shockingly, the Clinton logic that because Obama performed worse against her in the Democratic primary among Hispanics that he was therefore doomed to struggle against them in the general turns out to

Is There a Monkey Gap?

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On July 26, 2008

Appalling from a variety of perspectives: Hundreds of endangered African monkeys are being taken from their natural habitat and sold for scientific experiments, as well to a “secretive” biological

Pirate Booty

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On July 26, 2008
While picking up something at the hardware store today, I heard a talk radio guy complain that the Pirates were driving too hard a bargain on players who rightfully belong to the Yankees, boo-hoo. But when you’ve recently benefited from trades that seem to be crackpot talk radio caller proposals, why no expect to add […]
Ilan Goldberg explains why imperialism is not a sound strategy for dealing with Iraq. Matt is correct to note that Charles Krauthammer “wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, Bush wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, and McCain wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, but Iraqis don’t and thus Maliki prefers Obama.” The key graf: McCain, […]

Shunning war criminals

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On July 25, 2008

As Jack Balkin points out, for both “legal” and “political” reasons it’s unlikely that any U.S. court will prosecute war crimes committed by members of the Bush administr

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