January 18, 2012 2 Comments
Talking Points Memo presents us with the giggles and guffaws of the Mittster.
progressive politics and regressive entertainment. like peanut and butter.
Robert William Beaulieu is … very much not dead. But you wouldn’t [know] that if you watched the lastest undercover sting video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, which featured a man with an Irish accent attempting to obtain a ballot on behalf of a Robert Beaulieu.
–Ryan J. Reilly, talkingpointsmemo.com, 1/14/12
One section of footage not released by O’Keefe … [shows] a surrogate was caught at the polls trying to impersonate a dead voter. The Boston Herald notes that the man “disappeared before police could corral him.”
–Scott Keyes, thinkprogress.org, 1/11/12
Last Friday I attended a “bad movie” gathering where the offering was a Japanese cartoon from the 1997 entitled I Dream of Mimi. The basic plot: boy desperately wants to buy a computer, boy buys a computer, computer turns out to be a robotic sex doll.
When Democrats do big government healthcare, it looks like an attempt to provide more private health care options for the country. Sure, I’d prefer a single payer option, but it’s certainly better than when Republicans do big government healthcare. Current example: the Texas law currently working its way through the conservative court system which would force women seeking an abortion to have a sonogram, regardless of their personal wishes or the doctor’s advice.
Matthew’s Victoria Jackson post got me thinking about what Saturday Night Live alums have been doing since leaving the show. Here’s a list of the most interesting or impressive jobs I’m aware of. Maybe someone will be able to fill me in on some I’ve missed or forgotten about.