RIGHTWINGSPARKLE rightly points out the hypocrisy involved in the Obama infomercial tonight and his broken promise to accept public financing for his campaign,
It is because of this broken promise that Obama is able to buy 30 minutes of airtime on five different TV networks tonight. I just want all you to remember that as you watch Obama tonight. How can you believe anything he says when the very airtime he purchased to speak to you is based on a broken promise?
Be sure to check out her place for this post and a lot more commentary on the election.
Note, the Windows Live Writer spell check has "bagman" as one of the top options for replacing Obama. Sounds appropriate, no?
In this story, Rosie O'Donnell says that she will probably never speak with Elizabeth Hasselbeck again after their heated exchange on "The View". For a long time, she would steamroll over Ms. Hasselbeck using the old "I am louder therefore I must be right" debating technique favored by liberals. Finally, Hasselbeck responded and like all bullies when they get punched in the nose, Ms. O'Donnell is playing the victim and running away with her tail between her legs. Good riddance! There is a lesson here for conservatives as well. Let us hope that we learn from it.
For more on the story that started this, go to Hot Air.
It appears that CBS, Justin Timberlake and all involved are trying to explain away Janet Jackson's exposure during the Super Bowl Halftime Show as an "Wardrobe Malfunction." Sure, and she always wears pasties under her clothes.