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It doesn't even matter what the topic is

Ezra Klein, not exactly a raging liberal:

I'd say the key comment is Kerry's admission that "we believe we have compromised significantly, and we're prepared to compromise further." They should engrave that on the dome of the United States Capitol.

By fnord12 | June 30, 2010, 11:13 AM | Liberal Outrage | Link


Can we just drop the Supreme Court nominee hearings?

SPECTER: I will put into the record what the justices have had to say. I've questioned almost everybody about this subject, and I've had the opportunity to question all of the people on the court now.

But there's a lot -- there are a lot of those who have been favorably disposed to it -- or at least have acknowledged its inevitability -- and remind them that they all appeared on television this year on C-SPAN, and most of them -- many of them have appeared over the years selling books and being in a variety of situations.

KAGAN: It means I'd have to get my hair done more often, Senator Specter.

SPECTER: Let me commend you on...Let me commend you on that last comment. And I say that seriously. You have shown a really admirable sense of humor, and I think that is really important.

By fnord12 | June 30, 2010, 10:13 AM | Liberal Outrage | Link

Hey, i'm bored too

NYT: Justice Clarence Thomas seems bored. Why doesn't he run for president in 2012?.

By fnord12 | June 15, 2010, 2:28 PM | Liberal Outrage | Link

Something we all should try?


Alvin Greene is an unemployed veteran who has never held political office. After filing for the Democratic primary in the Senate race from South Carolina, his campaign seemed to stop. There is no Alvin Greene web site, no Alvin Greene bumper stickers, no Alvin Greene yard signs. There's not even an Alvin Greene FEC filing.

Nonetheless, Greene won last night's Democratic primary, beating Vic Rawl, a judge who served in the South Carolina legislature for four terms. A judge who had gathered $186,000 for the campaign.

By fnord12 | June 9, 2010, 11:55 AM | Liberal Outrage | Link

Ukraine Drops NATO bid

NATO, geniuses that they are, only now have come to the conclusion that trying to get countries like the Ukraine and Georgia to join just might cause some conflict, "notably with Russia".


By min | June 8, 2010, 1:09 PM | Liberal Outrage | Link

Arizona is a terrible place


A group of artists has been asked to lighten the faces of children depicted in a giant public mural at a Prescott school. The project's leader says he was ordered to lighten the skin tone after complaints about the children's ethnicity ....

R.E. Wall, director of Prescott's Downtown Mural Project, said he and other artists were subjected to slurs from motorists as they worked on the painting at one of the town's most prominent intersections.

"We consistently, for two months, had people shouting racial slander from their cars," Wall said. "We had children painting with us, and here come these yells of (epithet for Blacks) and (epithet for Hispanics)."

By fnord12 | June 5, 2010, 11:20 PM | Liberal Outrage | Link

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