Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Up the Creek...

Q: What is President Bush's stance on Roe vs. Wade?
A: He doesn't really care how people get out of New Orleans.

Most Risible Comment of the Day

Tom DeLay declaring "victory" over profligate spending: "There is simply no fat left to cut in the federal budget."

Take it away, Andrew Sullivan:
Er, Mr DeLay, you have presided over the biggest explosion in pork and government spending in living memory. You and your president, in an astonishingly swift five years, have managed to add $2 trillion to the debt we and the next generation will have to pay back in taxes or inflation. "No fat left to cut?" This is what conservatism has now come to mean: the worst aspects of big government liberalism with the worst aspects of meddling in the moral decisions of people's private lives. And the people who have done this seem oblivious to it. I will remind you, Tom DeLay equated a balanced budget with fiscal sanity in the Clinton years. But now it's his budget, and his constituents and interest groups who get to feed at the trough, and the sky is the limit.
A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever

A lifeguard's comments on Michael Jackson's visit to a Dubai water park: "He looked even stranger than usual. His body is very skinny and lycra does him no favours."
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