That's about the cheater Brett McGurnk, not married two years, when he decided to sleep with Wall. St Journal 'reporter' Gina Chon. This one is about the Secretary of Commerce and his three car accidents on Saturday, "The Trusted Driver of Commerce."
"The Video Mitt Romney Better Watch" (Hillary Is 44):
We gave pretty much the same advice to John McCain in 2008. Mitt Romney better listen to our advice even though right now Obama looks like dog meat.
Recent boobery from Obama has made even his most Hopium addled supporters realize his campaign of bamboozlement and reelection is in trouble. The recent Obama buffoon analysis on the state of the American economy as “fine” means that Big Media will turn the WORM (What Obama Really Meant) for Obama.
Today the scream of HELP! to Big Media from the hapless Obama reelection saps came loud and clear. From Jay Carney to press corps: You people ought to do your jobs and report the context of Obama’s “private sector” comments.
This request from Carney to Big Media is direct: don’t report what Obama actually said, report what we say Obama really meant. Recall what we wrote in 2008 and watch the video Mitt Romney better watch:
If the press ever gave Barack a week of the kind of real treatment they subject everyone else to, he and Jay Carney would be balling. What a bunch of babies. Barack's gotten the easiest ride ever and all he and Carney can do is whine and moan.
Meanwhile, the dingo DID eat her baby. "A Cry In The Dark" is an eighties film starring Meryl Streep as Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton. Her baby (Azaria) ended up missing when the family was camping and she said that a dingo ate it. (This is nodded to in the Senifeld episode where this woman keeps going on about her fiancee and starts asking, "Where is my fiancee?" Finally, Elaine tells her, "Maybe the dingo ate your baby.")
Reuters reports that a coroner has declared that the baby was taken by a dingo.
Though some believed her, a lot of people didn't. So maybe now Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton can get some well deserved peace. (Those who didn't believe her assumed she'd killed her daughter.)
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):