Ah, Are You Digging On My Grave?

  • A brief recap of yesterday's events: New York's Democratic governor, Eliot Spitzer, is accused of patronizing a fancy hooker club in Washington D.C. This is hilarious because he seemed like such a stand-up guy, and because people get to make jokes about anyone with that mug having to pay for sex. He will probably resign. [New York Times]
  • Spitzer got busted because the IRS thought he was moving money around to conceal a classier crime, like bribery. The lesson, we believe, is to always pay in cash. [New York Times]
  • Drat those wiretaps, infringing on our libertines! A wiretap linked Spitzer to the pricey D.C. prostitution ring, known as the Emperors Club VIP. [Washington Post]
  • Wall Street fat cats have a hearty chuckle at the downfall of their ethics-reforming nemesis, and dance joyously on his political grave. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Certain UCLA economists believe that jobs must also go into the shitter, along with the housing and financial sectors, before the current misery qualifies as "recession." [Los Angeles Times]
  • Iran remains cagey about its nuclear activities, and U.N. officials keep wondering what's going on. [Washington Post]
  • John McCain doesn't know much about economics, and now Democrats get to mock him for it. [Politico]
  • The House Judiciary Committee yesterday sued Josh Bolten and Harriet Miers for refusing to testify about the U.S. attorney firing scandal. Republicans said, "Oh hey look over there it's a pimping Democratic governor!" and everyone forgot about boring old attorney firings. [The Hill]

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