Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock, that guy who ended Dick Lugar's liberal nuke-hating, being-polite-to-Obama political career, is now also "that guy" whose staff accidentally posted all of his response YouTubes to an important event from the future. In this case, the Supreme Court health care decision. They show us how Republicans will respond to any and all decisions, and dare we say that the messages are fairly predictable! If the Court strikes it down, then it's "Obama's gonna try to pass it again, stop him"; If the Court upholds it, then it's "stupid Court, we'll show you what's what when we repeal this whole thing in January"; if the Court kicks a decision down the road, then it's "stupid Court, we'll show you what's what when we repeal this whole thing in January." There's also one for a "split decision," by which he seems to mean only certain parts are overturned. Oh crystal ball, which one of the Richard Mourdock YouTubes will prove to be the one, true Richard Mourdock YouTube, and which ones will be thrown in the trash like all those "Patriots beat Giants" souvenirs are the day after each Super Bowl?
&quot;I&#039;ll take a lot of the credit for that.&quot;
Mitt will run this no matter what happens, and no matter what the issue is. He will be mocked when he runs it after the outbreak of nuclear war.
What is this &quot;newspaper&quot; of which you speak? Inquiring teabaggers want to know.
Great Britain is where murders are events worthy of detailed investigation. In the US, we barely have time to add them up.
Yeah, I know, right? Anyone would think feasting on the souls of society&#039;s neediest was the elixir of life.
The fundies are preparing for all contingencies, <em>especially</em> Jesus.
&quot;I, for one, welcome our new alien overlords&quot;
Usually when a guy is standing in front of a wall like that he&#039;s wearing a blindfold and smoking his last cigarette.
Unlike TV here (CSI, the other CSI, the other other CSI, Law &amp; Order, the other Law &amp; Order, the other other Law &amp; Order, Criminal Minds, The First 48, Dateline, blahblahblah)
This is like those touts who offer you the winner of the Super Bowl - and will refund your money if the prediction doesn&#039;t come true.
They just send half the suckers the name of one team and half the suckers the name of the other team.
I ain&#039;t legislatin&#039; with no crazy fool!
Three different videos saying three different things about one issue?
Mitt Romney says that&#039;s a good start for a beginner.
You Lost me.
No conscience, no worries.
More interesting move would probably be to send everyone the same name, wait for the odds to be distorted, and bet some proportion of the proceeds on the other team. Saving at least enough for your ticket to Youllneverseemeagain, of course ;)