It’s not every day you see a Kinsley Gaffe in bumper sticker form.
The “but” suggests Hillary thinks most progressives never do anything. https://t.co/R9qeTkpz0J
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) October 17, 2015
This would have solved the entire problem, sure enough.
a lot of conflict in the wild west would have been avoided if only cowboy architects had made their towns big enough for everyone
— Paul K (@paulkington) September 1, 2015
I don’t know why I’m fascinated with this observation. I shouldn’t be. But yet, I am.
There’s absolutely no argument from me that you don’t want to read too much into a dramatic graph.
— Modeled Behavior (@ModeledBehavior) August 18, 2015
At the same time, sometimes dramatic things do happen. Certainly it’s significant enough looking that people on the Left are there and starting to push back on it in earnest. And why is it so difficult for the Left to admit that minimum wages have a negative impact on employment, anyway? It’s economics that even non-economists can understand.
Because this is what happens when you interfere with our elections…
— Kevin W. Glass (@KevinWGlass) July 7, 2015
…you get people like Barack Obama, who is apparently more than happy to appoint people and encourage groups who are united in their desire to keep the Third World cold, hungry, and in the dark. Because their artificial god demands it, apparently. And don’t look to me for an explanation; I don’t get it, either.
Seriously, we should probably be footnoting this stuff whenever possible. It’ll make it easier for grad students in the year 3000, and whatnot.
A scandal is a -gate. A natural event is -henge. Potential disaster is -geddon. Big event is -palooza. This is how we name things now.
— Scott Knaster (@scottknaster) May 29, 2015
I don’t know what is more significant…
— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) May 28, 2015
…that the Clintons went to so much trouble to create a giant holding pen for their 2016 staff, or that they then went and populated it with second- and third-rate staffers. You’d think that they would have instead taken the time to get prime recruits for their long-term storage. Apparently not – and that’s kind of bizarre.
I didn’t follow my own advice; and now my brain hurts.
— Sam Schulman ن (@Sam_Schulman) May 27, 2015
Yes. Yes, I know. Yes, I really want to believe that that’s some elaborate prank, too. Alas, it rings just a little too true to be anything except remarkably tin-eared idiocy on Sam Schulman’s friend’s part.