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Teh One is continuing the mop flying tour, bringing his act to Wall Street where he is wagging his finger

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even as he is collecting their money. Some old donorsΒ  miss the mop session though

Part of the reason, several Democratic fund-raisers and executives said, is a fear of getting caught in the public rage over the perception that Wall Street titans profiting from their government bailout may use their winnings to give back to Washington in return

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The IKEA in Glasgow door gets a possible Jesus (h/t The Confluence) – but maybe Gandalf . I clearly recognize the druid Getafix who was fixing Asterix’sΒ  power potions.

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Over at WaPo, they are crying oppression again,

whilst hoping to outbreed us in the end

The culture war is up for grabs. The good news is that religious conservatives continue to breed like rabbits, while secular saboteurs have shut down: they’re too busy walking their dogs, going to bathhouses and aborting their kids. Time, it seems, is on the side of the angels.

To think all this time I thought angels were asexual!

Over at CNN, they are fantasizing about girl fight again and mopping (there’s that word of the day again) over the results

Sixty-five percent say they have a favorable opinion of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and 64 percent say they view first lady Michelle Obama favorably. Both women rate higher than the six in 10 questioned who view Obama in a favorable light. Forty-five percent say they have a favorable opinion of Vice President Joe Biden, 5 points higher than the four in 10 who view Biden unfavorably.

“It’s not surprising that Clinton tops Barack Obama on the favorable ratings,” says Holland. “Secretaries of State don’t get blamed for economic problems or unpopular domestic policies, and they often don’t get the same share of the blame as the commander-in-Chief for international slip-ups either. But typically, the first lady gets even better favorable ratings than the Secretary of State, so the fact that Clinton’s numbers are slightly better than Michelle Obama’s is a bit surprising.

And, back to the White House, a witch hunt has started for Fox News, because their opinions of their opinions are bad.

One can only wonder what did Axelrod and Roger Ailes agree at their last meeting as Paul Begala astutely notes how this is beneficial to both party by both boosting ratings and rallying koolaid base.

Not Your Sweetie

October 2009