DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Dumbo asks for, then ignores legal advice, from Tiger Hawk:

Long-standing fans of the back-and-forth will remember the enormous grief that the Bush administration got for following the opinions of the Office of Legal Counsel, particularly on the question of enhanced interrogation (or, if you are a liberal, “torture”). The accusation was, more or less, that the OLC’s incumbent, John Yoo, was turning analytical cartwheels to arrive at the result that Dick Cheney wanted. Well, it turns out that on the question of the Libya war, Barack Obama overruled the OLC.

Paging Nina Burleigh:

She elaborated to Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post that “I’d be happy to give him [oral sex] just to thank him for keeping abortion legal

from Lori Zagnato, Human Events:

In the deluded minds of “feminists,” at least.  From the story first breaking, through his resignation, ‘feminists’ have lined up on every corner to prostitute themselves for Weiner.  Because, abortion.  Or something.  I can’t be sure because I lost my cuckoo pants to English dictionary.  By doing so, they once again exposed themselves as the utter shams that they are.  They are not for women and they never have been.  In fact, the only thing standing up for women in this case is Weiner’s, well, little weiner, which it apparently does often and in an unsolicited manner.  Let’s see how the feminists stood up for women in this case, shall we?  We should start with the ever-insane Marcotte, of course.  She’s been scrawling up a storm ever since the scandal rose its ugly, gray-underwear-clad head.

I contend it the solemn duty of every Cow, that is to say gender feminist, to get on their knees and render Lewinsky’s however often it needed to keep liberal politicians in line.    The Weiner would not have had to wonder the Internet has the Cows done their proper duty.

Selective Privacy, from Larry Mcshane, New York Daily News:

An angry Massachusetts mom blew up at middle school officials after learning her two daughters were forced to fill out a sex survey with questions about fellatio.

Arlene Tessitore, the mother of seventh and eighth grade students, was outraged to learn that administrators forced her girls to take the survey over their protestations

Funny the Supreme Court premised Roe v. Wade decision on a supposed right of privacy.    So according the Supremes if Ms Tessitore’s minor daughters wanted abortion, Ms Tessitore had no right to even know     Yet while Ms Tessitore’s daughters have a right to hide abortions from their mother, their school has the right to pry in to the intimate nature of any sex life they might or might not have.    That the Tessitore daughters have a right a privacy with respect to their parents, but none with respect to their school.   Once schools were said to exercise the right of the parents.   Now schools exercise rights that even parents do not have.

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