Friday, May 4th, 2007

No other politician on either side of the aisle has the cojones to speak this frankly, much less in writing.

It bothers Americans when we’re told how unpopular we are with the rest of the world. For some of us, at least, it gets our back up — and our natural tendency is to tell the French, for example, that we’d rather not hear from them until the day when they need us to bail them out again.


Thx to and FDT

Not only did Imus have a clause in his contract that reportedly encouraged him to be irreverent and engage in character attacks, in addition to stipulating that Imus had to be given a warning before being fired, both CBS and MSNBC apparently had his show on a delay, so both companies knew what he had said, and allowed it to go out over the airwaves.


You can be sure that some portion of that $40 million Imus is suing over is coming back to him.

Thx to AbovetheLaw and

Behold, the mighty Canadian Supreme Court (better known as Santa’s elves when the Court isn’t in session).


Here are some of their heavy hitters:

Cheesy Elf;


Shoulder Pad Elf;


Nearsighted Elf; and


Evil Elf


Thx to the Canadian Supreme Court and silly pseudo-British traditions (added thanks to our Founding Fathers and the American Revolution for saving us from such foolishness)