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Guy Who Convinced McCain To Pick Sarah Palin Thinks Barack Obama Is 'Callow'

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Rich Lowry, everybody. Famous for getting "starbursts" at the sight of Sarah Palin's lizard lips, and for running away like Rand Paulfrom a fight with known-bruiser Al Franken. Now? He has penned a magnificent 347 words in Politico Magazine, charging one B. Barry Bamz with the high crime and misdemeanor of saying the words "stop just hatin' all the time."


It turns out, according to Rich Lowry, that speaking even momentarily in a black vernacular is a sign of callowness, not being a good orator, being far left, glibness, lack of wisdom, "celebrity," uninterestingness, and not being Churchill.

Yes, from the statement "Stop just hatin' all the time," Lowry makes a grand case against being smug, having "no conception of the national interest" beyond your ideology, and reading The New Yorker. Are there any concrete charges to be made besides the president's exhortation to "stop just hatin' all the time"? Sure! Smugness and celebrity and ideology and reading The New Yorker, like we just said.

Politico, everybody. Charlie Pierce, we've got this nice jug of antifreeze here for you, when you're ready.

[Politico]

Rebecca Schoenkopf

Rebecca Schoenkopf is the owner, publisher, and editrix of Wonkette. She is a nice lady, SHUT UP YUH HUH. She is very tired with this fucking nonsense all of the time, and it would be terrific if you sent money to keep this bitch afloat. She is on maternity leave until 2033.

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Everyone makes mistakes. But to truly screw things up, you need to be a free-market economist with a libertarian bent, as this weekend's best online kerfuffle demonstrated. On Saturday morning, Long Island University professor and Forbes columnist Panos Mourdoukoutas took to the Twitter Machine to plug his latest piece at Forbes, with the provocative title, "Amazon Should Replace Local Libraries to Save Taxpayers Money." Not surprisingly, the internet was not pleased.

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Because it had been literal days since a journalist published an article about venturing into the hinterlands to meet the rubes and find out why they still love Donald Trump, the Washington Post served us up something special on Sunday! WaPo's Stephanie McCrummen went to Luverne, Alabama (population 2,700) -- more specifically to the First Baptist Church in Luverne, Alabama -- to find out how God's country faithful who hate the sin and love the sinner (Donald Trump) are holding up. Here is what she learned as she traveled through the pews of First Baptist and shook hands.

(Wonkette has changed all the names to protect the ignorant, even though WaPo used their real names LOLOL, WaPo is a dick.)

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