New social networking low: Hugo Chavez will soon be blessing the world with his masterful tweets. Love this from one of his flunkies: "I'm sure he'll break records for numbers of followers." (H/t: Hot Air)
MSNBC -- If it only had a brain:
During the Monday 12PM ET hour of live coverage on MSNBC, anchor Contessa Brewer described the "firestorm" over a newly passed immigration law in Arizona and fretted: "does this lead to a situation where neighbors are turning in neighbors or families turning against families?" Later in the segment, a headline on screen read: "Law Makes it a Crime to be Illegal Immigrant."Repeal, baby, repeal. Jeffrey Anderson on the desire, and the need, to repeal:
After more than a month’s worth of polling, this much is clear: Americans want Obamacare to be repealed, and they’ll reward the political party that strongly champions that cause. Over the five-week span since the Democrats passed Obamacare, which they did so in clear and open defiance of the American people's will, Rasmussen’s poll of likely voters has shown that Americans favor repeal by 16 points (56 to 40 percent) —more than twice the margin by which President Obama was elected. These results have been remarkably consistent, varying by only two points in either direction (with 54 to 58 percent supporting repeal, and 38 to 42 percent opposing it). In this week’s poll, Americans favor repeal by a full 20 points (58 to 38 percent).Read the rest.
For your edification: Chapters 1 and 2 of Peter Robinson's 5-part video chat with Mark Steyn on The End of the World as We Know It. Part one is about birth rates and what drives them. I love it when Mark talks demographics.
Marc Thiessen is at least twice as smart as I am but he's about two weeks behind the curve on this one: Chris Christie for President?
At the Goldman Sachs hearings, Sen. Carl Levin has a severe attack of Tourette's, right in front of the C-SPAN cameras! Allahpundit thinks he did it on purpose, just to get attention. You know, like a four year-old boy, or a vice president.
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