The purpose of Sarah Palin’s bus tour is to draw attention to her. After all, Sarah is all about Sarah. Long live the nincompoop! By the way, the media and their obsessive coverage of Palin’s bus tour is equally pathetic – and, unfortunately, a sign of our obsession with media-driven pop culture.
Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (D-NY) poorly handled the situation with reporters. I know he is a live wire, but the interview I saw was at the nincompoop level.
Another week goes by without a jobs bill from House. To quote Speaker Boehner (R-OH), “Where are the jobs?”
Economist Bill Reich writes this interesting perspective about the debt ceiling.
I enjoyed the Wall Street Journal column about the 2012 GOP contenders for the presidency
I learned more about John Huntsman (R-UT) by reading his WSJ op-ed.
To learn about Tim Pawlenty (R-MN), see John Avlon’s column.
If someone rationale emerges from the Republican primary, does that mean they must appease others in the party by selecting one of the goofballs as a running mate? Hey – that strategy worked well in 2008!
On the Potpourri
The situation around Ohio State football created a lot of buzz this week. QB Terrelle Pryor is out of control and should leave the university. These things are obvious about former coach Jim Tressell: he’s a good coach and a poor administration with questionable character. That given, he wisll coach again.
Thank you Shaq for your years in the spotlight and the HOF waits for your arrival.
This story about baseball manager Sparky Anderson tells us more about him as a person.
I appreciate this Bill Tammeus post about prayer and political correctness.
It’s a good day when grocery store has free frosted Lofthouse cookie. It’s a great day when you return to the store and get a second flavor.
Earlier this week, another Playing for Change video came onto the scene. I didn’t know about the project, but learned about it on Wednesday’s Today show. Ironically, while watching the story, I saw it posted on Kansas Mediocrity as I was checking out the site. Enjoy and have a safe weekend.