That movie was simply made of awesome.
— Anna Marquardt (@ajlobster) July 23, 2014
Seriously, if Ghostbusters was the only thing to survive of Harold Ramis’s body of work, it’d be enough.
This is still the best encapsulation of the online showdown over the Hobby Lobby decision that I’ve seen:
"Get your politics out of my bedroom!" "Not a problem. I'm just going to grab my wallet before I leave." "The wallet stays, bigot."
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) June 30, 2014
…I’m not even sure if the Online Left truly groks the weird rhetorical place that they’ve ended up in, there.
Here’s a funny thing about front-runners: they don’t always pan out.
Alex Wagner: Clintons are the future of the Dem party – & vindictive! What a pitch. RNC writing the talkers? https://t.co/ybMXmiiQtZ
— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) May 8, 2014
Especially on the Democratic side. As Hillary Clinton probably noticed in 2008.
I mean, don’t get me wrong. We got a bunch of guys out there with citizenship papers who are also trying their best to topple the US of A. I’m all for capturing them – then hanging them for treason – but if one of them (while on foreign soil) absorbs a lethal dose of kinetic energy via a drone strike then I’m not going to lose much sleep over it.
Hard. Core. pic.twitter.com/Ea57XZx2Iu
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) April 22, 2014
Yeah, this is kind of weird.
Shouldn't…shouldn't Kanye be in the mirror? pic.twitter.com/ufjPLz5sFQ
— Katherine Miller (@katherinemiller) March 24, 2014
I’m sure that there’s an angle/Photoshop explanation, though. Or, sure, vampires. Everybody kind of wants it to be vampires, apparently.
You know what’s worse than a bad law? A bad law that gets enforced capriciously.
— Slublog (@Slublog) February 11, 2014
How the heck do you trust the Democratic party leadership on this, at this point? How can you trust the Democratic party leadership? – I mean, it used to be, you could sup with the Devil if you had a long enough spoon. Now… you just can’t expect that any deal will be honored.
This isn’t despair, by the way. This is exasperation. And a mental note to just assume that the Democratic party is run by spoiled children.