Three-Dimwit Journalism

For some reason, Sarah Palin approves the legendary San Francisco columnist: “Take Herb Cain. Look at why he’s doing so well right now. He’s, I guess you could say, with all due respect, the flavor of the week because Herb Cain is the one up there who doesn’t look like he’s part of that permanent political class. Herb Cain — he came from a working class family. He’s had to make it on his own all these years. We respect that.” [Weigel]


That sound you hear is Herb Cain, vomiting in his grave.

Re journalism, here is a piece from my local historically anti-union fishwrap hating on me and on working people:,0,3882820.story

@Tommmcatt Be Fat, And That Be That: Actually, “Caen”. So it sounds better than it reads.

Assuming the prznitcey could box her in, you know. As a maverick she needs to be able to go rogue. She’s more comfortable out-of-the-box, working to restore America with the bus tours and such as. It’s quite a pickle.

@Dodgerblue: They adopt a superior tone and make no sense.

@Dodgerblue: There’s so much stupidity in this sentence, I don’t know where to begin:

“There’s nothing wrong with trying to enhance well-paying jobs in L.A., but that has no connection with improving the environment.”

Speaking of your town’s fishwrap, glad to see they finally realized that Central Jail is a hellhole.

@SanFranLefty: Yeah, because the FBI smuggled in a cellphone so a prisoner could report on conditions in real time. This really pissed off the LA County Sheriff, who is now investigating the FBI for inestigating his jail.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Yeah, Lee Baca is trying his hardest to reach Joe Arpaio award levels for Asshole Sheriff of the Century.

@Dodgerblue: Baca’s reaction to not being told about the FBI bribing a guard to smuggle in the phone to the informant reminds me of the Pakistan government’s reaction to the SEALS going in and killing bin Laden without a courtesy heads’ up call.

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