An Associated Press story running on Yahoo captured the attention of Dana Perino:
“Obama fundraises for Dems; demands GOP cooperation.” But of course!
It’s true that the article also contained some gems, such as this:
The Comedian-in-Chief keeps the jokes coming!
Imagine how bad Cher might think things are if “evil” Mitt Romney had won the 2012 election.
Does Cher’s problem have something to do with this?
We may never know, because deciphering the precise meaning of many of Cher’s tweets is no easy task.
But the message is crystal-clear:
It stings because it’s true.
Twitchy coverage of Charlie Crist
The entertainment world was shaken when Coldplay singer Chris Martin and actress Gwyneth Paltrow mutually decided to “consciously uncouple.” News that Martin is now dating actress Jennifer Lawrence has “Red Eye” ombudsman Andy Levy saying “ugh.”
Let’s all keep cool heads and monitor the situation.
As Twitchy reported earlier, former CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson is leaving the network after 20 years. Attkisson has most recently doggedly pursued stories such as Benghazi, as well as Fast & Furious and the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups.
Fox News’ Brit Hume described the end of Attkisson’s CBS News career this way:
According to Politico, Attkisson “reached an agreement to resign” from CBS News after she’d “grown frustrated with what she saw as the network’s liberal bias.”
Hume retweeted this:
Go figure. If Attkisson had instead worked at MSNBC for three days she might have already won a Cronkite Award.
Mary Katharine Ham is also flummoxed by this line of “thinking.”
Dude. That is beyond bless your heart-y. And, you know, deranged.
Yep. Plus, abortion is the most dangerous to the lives of children, what with it guaranteeing their deaths.
The great Mary Katharine Ham nutshells it as only she can:
Rather than buy a dictionary, we’ll just look up “liberal” and “bigot” online. “Believing that government should be active in supporting social and political change?” That and “a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ideas, etc.” certainly don’t seem to be mutually exclusive. What do you say, Twitter?
How many dictionaries do we have to check to debunk that stupid tweet?