Monday Night Reading

15 Jun

oschangeLetterman Apologizes — Again — to Governor Palin and Her Family
The New York Times

David Letterman directly apologized to Gov. Sarah Palin and her daughters on his program Monday night, saying he took responsibility for a joke that had offended Ms. Palin, her family, and her supporters.
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But I still won’t be tuning in…

McCain tells Panetta to back off Cheney
The Washington Examiner

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., on Monday said CIA Director Leon Panetta should “retract immediately” his statement that former Vice President Dick Cheney appeared to be wishing for another terrorist attack.
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“I hope my old friend Leon was misquoted,” Cheney said, in a written statement to FOX News. “The important thing is whether the Obama administration will continue the policies that have kept us safe for the past eight years.”

Breaking News: Obama Demanded, Received Extraordinary Requests for Green Bay Visit
Healthcare Horserace

Thus, in the process of visiting Green Bay to pitch a national health care program that uses the government to spend other people’s money in a way it best sees fit, Obama ends up wasting the scarce resources of other people in a way he and his entourage see best. That, folks, is liberalism.
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Iran’s election process a ‘sham’
John Bolton, Politico

In fact, what was stunning was that the Western media fell for the whole charade, although it was par for reporters whose political bias frequently obscures reality, whether in Iran or America. It was also par for Obama’s style of governance, which views speech making as a relaxing, convenient substitute for presidential action.
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The Rise of the ‘Right-Wing Nuts’
Bobby Eberle, The Loft

Apparently, there is a large, underground movement occurring in America… one that has the far left shaking and fearful. It is the rise of the “right-wing nut.”
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