Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Articles that caught my attention

Barney Frank and boyfriend. The boyforend has very poor taste in men.

Putrid congressman Barney Frank's boyfriend has been arrested in Boston for growing and possession of marijuana. Frank said he did not know his boyfriend was growing weed in the house they share and was not charged. In his defense, Frank claimed not to be able to recognize marijuana plants because "he is not a great outdoors man." Oh, the contempt he has for us. But, perhaps he is right. After all the morons in Boston keep reelecting him. Actually, he is not a great outdoors or indoors man.
This also brings memories of many years ago, when his putridness's boyfriend was arrested for running a prostitution ring from the house he shared with Frank. Frank again claimed that he didn't know what his boyfriend was doing in the house. I am glad to see that his ignorance is extended also to the other house where Frank spends much of time. The House of Representatives. There too Frank can claim ignorance. He didn't know anything about Fannie Mae, Freddie Mack, ACORN, the banking industry and a myriad of other important issues that he should have been aware of.

Anita Dunn will step down from her position as White House communications director. She will be replaced by Daniel Pfeiffer who is married to Sarah Feinberg, spokeswoman for enfant terrible Rahm Emanuel. I guess Anita Dunn will be now able to dedicate all of her time to the study of her favorite political philosopher, Mao.

For the prophets of doom. NOAA has just announced that October 2009 was the third coolest in record.

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Steve Rosen, writing for Foreign Policy, asks the Obama administration not to take Netanyahu to the woodshed. It is incredible how low US-Israel relations have sunk, and how little is US Jewry aware of it.

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Dorothy Rabinowitz writes about the Ft. Hood massacre. Her thesis is that Hasan's motives are known to everyone but the army brass and media. Must read.

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For the twntieth annycversay of the tearing down of the Berlin Wall, Fuad Ajami asks whether Muslims will tear down theis own walls.

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