Had a busy day working and keeping track of contractors laying sod in my back yard, so here’s another LinkSwarm:
Two ads, one saying people should reject Catholicism, one saying they should reject Islam. Guess which one The New York Times refused to run.
“General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt, the head of President Obama’s Jobs Board, plans to vote for Mitt Romney.”
The decline in culture at Goldman Sachs: “Leadership used to be about ideas, setting an example and doing the right thing. Today, if you make enough money for the firm (and are not currently an ax murderer) you will be promoted into a position of influence.”
“It appears that when he’s not busy killing un-born babies, he might like to jerk off while watching little boys play baseball”.
Sarah Hoyt on the myth of the war against women: “War is where the enemy decimates your numbers – like, say in China where abortion is killing mostly females. War is where you are kept from learning – like in most Arab countries, where women have restrictions placed on their education…If this is war it is war on men…If you truly believe refusing to force employers to pay for birth control is a war on women, then you are fragile little flowers who deserve to experience life practically anywhere else in the world.”
As Matt Dowling notes, it’s not a war on women, it’s a war on big government.
From Ace comes word that Nurse Bloomberg has outlawed food donations to the homeless that’s too high in fat and salt. If you put this in a Saturday Night Live parody, people would criticize it as too unbelievable…
In shocking news, liberal writer Froma Harrop, who appears to have spent all her life in and around New York City, isn’t worried about high gas prices. Imagine my shock. And if that name sounds familiar, there’s a reason:
Up Real Soon Now: Hopefully an interview with another major Texas Senate candidate…
Tags: abortion, Catholics, feminism, Froma Harrop, LinkSwarm, Media Watch, New York City, Nurse Bloomberg, religion, Sarah Hoyt