You can certainly tell that they felt motivated to do so:
The cover of today's New York Post, subtle as always. pic.twitter.com/peF0g6ejpL
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) November 15, 2013
Further commentary unnecessary, methinks.
It’s a beautiful thing, really.
We hear Anthony Weiner is testing the waters for another political run. Our headline writers couldn’t be happier nyp.st/T27fWO
— New York Post (@nypost) January 29, 2013
NO! Anthony, I was talking about the situation! Put it back! Put it back*!
Via Jim Geraghty’s Morning Jolt.
*I quote Robin Williams: “When in doubt, go for the d*ck joke.” Which is not as good a life lesson as “Cocaine is God’s way of telling you that you’re making too much f*cking money,” but it’ll do.
…because she hadn’t a clue about the Senate ACORN defunding amendment. Note that the New York Post is a little more forceful than me; they called Speaker Pelosi ‘clueless.’ Which is not actually unfair of them: keeping track of things like this is part of the Speaker of the House’s job.
Then again, so is paying attention to what happens on the House floor.
Crossposted to RedState.
[UPDATE] Hot Air reports that the New York Post put the wrong name on a quote: it was Meghan Clyne who made the comments below, not Governor Sarah Palin. Stick this one in the Too Good To Be True files.
(H/T: Hot Air Headlines) It ranges from the petty to the serious – honestly, I don’t think that not getting a shelter dog ranks up there with mishandling the ‘stimulus’, or even killing minority scholarships in DC – but the NYP has a full range, and any article that has quotes from both Glenn Beck and TalkLeft is going to be fascinating reading. And if it all seems so terribly unfair… well. Consider this a teachable moment, then: with the lesson being it’s not really a good idea to take a man and raise him up as some sort of god, or at least an avatar. Men may make mistakes; gods may not. Mistakes are intolerable in gods.
But never mind my natterings: Governor Sarah Palin Meghan Clyne was kind enough to opine for the NYP article, and excerpts of her comments are past the fold. (more…)
The New York Post has announced for Tedisco, citing his experience over Scott Murphy, Tedisco’s better ideological fit to this district, Tedisco’s record of fiscal restraint, and – interestingly – Murphy’s refusal to support the death penalty for even 9/11 terrorists. And in other news, the Libertarian candidate has been disqualified for the second election cycle running from being on the ballot. Problems with the signatures, again*.
Homestretch time, folks. As you can see below, Tedisco’s enjoying considerable online grassroot support (he seems set to pass 100K collected online without any trouble), but Jim Geraghty reports that the polls are tight. This isn’t the time to slow down.
*Yes, the President endorsed Murphy. Imagine my shock. Also imagine my shock that the President has no intention of stumping for a candidate in a race that isn’t self-evidently in the bag for the Democrat already.
Crossposted to RedState.
[UPDATE]: Welcome, Instapundit readers.
Funny how this sort of thing takes forever to make the papers. From Dick Morris and Eileen McGann:
Consider: Emanuel served on the Freddie Mac board of directors during the time that the government-backed lender lied about its earnings, a leading contributor to the current economic meltdown.
The Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight Agency later singled out the Freddie Mac board as contributing to the fraud in 2000 and 2001 for “failing in its duty to follow up on matters brought to its attention.” In other words, board members ignored the red flags waving in their faces.
The SEC later fined Freddie $50 million for its deliberate fraud in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
Meanwhile, Emanuel was paid more than $260,000 for his Freddie “service.” Plus, after he resigned from the board to run for Congress in 2002, the troubled agency’s PAC gave his campaign $25,000 – its largest single gift to a House candidate.
That’s what friends are for, isn’t it?