Tag Archives: Michele Bachman

Why We Lost: In a Word, Timidity

I was right about one thing. It was over by 11 p.m. Central. Unfortunately, I was wrong about Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia and Colorado. I was really, really wrong, and I was very surprised. It was more 2004 than 1980. Like you, I am disappointed, however, I am not one to dwell on disappointments. After all, life is full of disappointments, ...

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They Are Stealing You Blind: The Teri O’Brien Show, 7/24/11

B. Hussein’s embarrassingly petulant performance at last Friday afternoon’s Unhappy Hour presser, parts of which left many observers wondering if they were watching a president of the United States or one of the Cheerios from “Glee,” whining about her boyfriend’s failure to call her, and hoping that we wouldn’t notice that, for at least the 300th time, he failed to ...

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Gaffe Clown Gaffe: Today on the Teri O’Brien Show, 6/26/11

Liberal journalist (please forgive the redundancy)/professional metrosexual Michael Kinsley once famously stated that in Washington, a “gaffe” is when someone accidentally reveals something embarrassing, and true. While this wry comment does capture the essence of the word “gaffe,” that is, a blunder, it focuses on politicians’ tendency to avoid speaking plainly, lest they tell us what they really want to ...

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Top Ten “This or That”s Rejected by John King

During last night’s CNN GOP debate, in a bizarre attempt to lighten things up or be hip enough for the kids, or God knows what, anchor/possible Tourette’s sufferer John King chose to bracket each segment with disconcerting questions like “Coke or Pepsi?” and “Leno or Conan?” We just discovered the list of choices that CNN producers rejected, and present them ...

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