DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Palin Mail, on those what twenty-four thousand e-mails the lame stream media was so eager to get their paws on, from Brian Clark Howard, Daily Mail:

Its emergence today will also reinforce claims that, far from damaging Mrs Palin’s presidential hopes, the dossier of emails have in fact helped her campaign by revealing a more human side to the controversial politician.

Mrs. Palin’s  spelling may be creativ, but she does not appear to suffer from writer’s block.
Illegal immigrants, go home, from a shocked Justin Elliot, Salon:

On Thursday, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley signed what both critics and backers agree is the toughest immigration law in the country.
Despite the relative lack of national media attention, the Alabama law includes more harsh measures than even Arizona’s notorious SB 1070, which immediately faced legal challenges after passing last year. Like the Arizona law, Alabama’s measure requires local police to check the immigration status of people who they believe may be in the country illegally.

I suppose you could call enforcing laws prohibiting bank robbery harsh on bank robbers.  Well you could if you wrote for Salon.  The simple fact is, that if illegal immigrants don’t like the way they treated in our country, the can, and should, go back to their.  The exists are not looked.

Holding the Weiner to the Weiner standard, from Morgen, Verum Serum:

At this stage it seems clear to just about everyone but Weiner that he should follow his own advice to Governor Paterson and step down…immediately.


It is bad enough that the Weiner sets low standards.  It even worse that he can’t live up to them.

Deflating the Weiner, the Sharp Tack, Clarice Feldman, thinks that the story about Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin, suddenly being with child is too good to be true.  Clarice marshalls a parade of  cats to support her contention, from American Thinker:

Just as pressure was mounting to force Weiner’s resignation, three  “anonymous” sources told the New York Times that his wife, Huma Abedin (Hillary Clinton’s Girl Friday) is in the early stages of a pregnancy. Huma was in Africa with Hillary and made no comment on the report, nor did Weiner, who was otherwise occupied when another Weiner crotch  shot — this time sans culottes — was  making its way through the new media.

I was skeptical, thinking it was a convenient ploy to win him time and sympathy. So was Professor Althouse.

Cripes Suzette saw in this a familiar pattern going back to Chappaquiddick and Joan Kennedy’s now-you-see -it-now-you-don’t  just in time pregnancy.

Gads those girls have long memories.

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5 Responses to “Breakfast Scramble: Sarah Palin Edition”

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  4. We have a do-nothing-president I myself will not give him the honor of the title..

  5. Bur I rise in protest.  Barack Obama does keep busy, giving campaign speeches and playing golf.   It is just that President thing for which he can’t seem to find the time.