1. Laughing babies. If all babies did was laugh, I'd go buy one myself.
And PrestoPundit smells a whiff of fascism about Obama.
3. Maxine Waters threatens to nationalize oil. It's not a coincidence that the most ardently statist politicians are also the stupidest ones.
4. Kobe Dick.
5. Mark Steyn has more thoughts on Obama.
What’s worse than the painting-by-numbers demagoguery are some of the accidental glimpses of the Senator’s world view. For example: “The drug companies, they’re not going to give up their profits easily when it comes to health care.”
Well, gee, how unreasonable of them. But demanding they give up their profits “easily” comes easy to him. Until he wrote his recent bestseller, the concept of “profits” was entirely theoretical to Senator Obama’s life. As his wife put it, the Obamas “left corporate America, which is a lot of what we’re asking young people to do. Don’t go into corporate America.”
It seems like every day the Obamas say something that makes my jaw drop. Obama wants drug companies to give up their profits and Mrs. Obama says, "Don't go into corporate America." Wouldn't you think that people who made these statements were Marxists?
McCain is going to screw us, every single chance he gets, as long as what he does makes him popular with the Press, or with “centrist” Democrats like Joe Lieberman, or with “moderate” Republicans like Olympia Snowe, or with “popular” figures like Ted Kennedy and Arianna Huffington, or with international bodies like the United Nations.
And occasionally, he’s going to screw us just because he hates conservatives, and because he can, and because he knows that as bad as he is, Obama would be orders of magnitude worse.