Be prepared to roll your eyes, snort, shake your head, and possibly vomit.
1. Let me see if I can get the correct nasal whining intonation on this: "People are dying and they're having f***ing meetings to discuss their political agenda..." (hat tip: Protein Wisdom)
2. OK, I have no link to this, but I personally heard on Fox today, Naomi Wolfe,
3. I would suggest that putting the 'insane in the asylum' would work better in the aftermath, but why spoil all the fun they're having making vile accusations.
4. A clever, diabolical, nefarious Rovian gerrymandering scheme that rivals Machiavelli! No, really. They mean it. It's not a satire.
5. Rescue bid sinks. The incompetence is staggering.
6. Learning impaired? Check out Part 2, Section II; then check out this picture.
7. How SHOCKING! Only 13% think Bush is to blame. Unbelievable that most people think Hurricane Katrina is to blame! What are they thinking???? (BTW- do you imagine this poll will be bruited by the MSM? )
8. We won't see this comprehensive timeline in the national news media. After all, its only their job to do this kind of investigative journalism for the public.
9. How can Mississippi --which bore the brunt of the hurricane-- already be returning to normal ? Here's one suggestion why. Mississippi vs. Louisiana leadership.
10. Uh Oh. Bill's not holding to the party line. Neither is Landrieu!
11. Preening vanity. I couldn't have said it better.
12. And speaking of preening
13. Katrina myths and urban legends.
14. Understatement of the year: "The Press Doesn't Know What They're Looking At".
15. Probably better advice than yet another "bipartisan" commission could come up with.
16. Tom Ridge was right. I wonder what those who mocked him think now?
17. A 'rats deserting a sinking ship' moment. (and I'm not talking about Sean Penn--see #5)
Well, there's much, much more insanity out there; and undoubtedly even more to come during the rest of the week. But I have to go meet with Karl and get my marching orders for the rest of the week.