25 January 2008

Link roundup for 25 January 2008

Mock Paper Scissors has a wonderful dissection of Republican economic plans -- and another fashion fiasco.

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes!

Don't like any of the candidates for President? Consider this guy.

An Apostate's Chapel takes a hilarious and terribly sad look at 19th-century sexuality.

Spanish Inquisitor reveals the ancestor of whales (second item).

Creationist wingnuts lay siege to the school boards of Texas and Florida.

Jay Cost assesses Fred Thompson.

Here's why Super Tuesday could leave the Republicans more divided than ever.

I predicted a few days ago that John McCain's emergence as the Republican front-runner meant he would soon be pelted with mud by his own side, and -- yikes! Splat! Glorp! Splud! Plop! Squelch! Rush Limbaugh and Tom DeLay are pretty down on him too.

Hillary Clinton claims voter intimidation in Nevada.

Christopher Hitchens looks at Mike Huckabee's disturbing affection for the Confederate flag.

NATO generals offer a grim dose of realism.

Things aren't looking good for secularism in Turkey.

I always figured this was fakery.

Black Americans are defying their self-appointed leaders on the issue of illegal immigration.

Exit Zero unveils an especially ugly piece of cultural relativism.

British scientists are testing a breakthrough stem-cell treatment for heart attack victims.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Chell said...

I'd vote for the Exterminator based solely on his anti-French-cut green bean stance.

25 January, 2008 20:09  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Ah -- but does he have a tough enough stance against the lima-bean peril??

25 January, 2008 20:39  
Blogger Chell said...

Bleh! Lima beans, the equivalent of waterboarding, to a plate. Well, OK, and to the diner. At least skinny-cut beans taste good.

Once upon a time I considered voting for John McCain (in his last run). But there was something that seemed slightly dishonest about him. Now I'm pretty sure he'd put no less of a vise around our rights than any other Republican candidate.

25 January, 2008 21:21  
Blogger The Exterminator said...

Infidel, thanks for the political endorsement. I hope it won't affect this blog's tax-exempt status.

My top security advisers are looking carefully into vegetables of mass disgustion and we hope to have a report back to you on the lima bean situation before it deteriorates into succotash. In the meantime, we're seeking to further our agenda with a timely leek.

25 January, 2008 21:32  
Blogger the chaplain said...

Thanks for including the deacon's piece in your list.

Exterminator, do you have any campaign buttons yet? I'd like one.

26 January, 2008 07:32  

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