Sunday, March 22, 2009
Sunday Link Round-Up
Your gratuitious Rule 5 Beefcake picture this week is: Dennis Quaid.
American Power has a great post entitled Disrespecting the Presidential Office in which he says:
"It seems to me that there's a majesty to the office that goes beyond the individual occupant in power. Barack Obama campaigned for a year as a coolster, someone who was down with the younger generations. President Obama makes it known that he likes the Rolling Stones, and one of his biggest priorities in office is to install a basketball court in the White House (and now he's picking tournament brackets for the NCAA Championship). Sure, he's entitled, but when he makes it a point to go on Jay Leno's show amid a both a national crisis and an executive scandal, and is quick to ridicule - however inadvertently - those of limited physical abilities, it seems as though slapping down some late-night jive is more important than slapping down his own administration's tax-cheats and policy imbeciles."
Robert Stacy McCain has a critique of the Obama Ethics Rules (which is a sort of ironic companion piece to the above American Power post!)
William Jacobson is getting a lot of response on his Ezra Klein/Ann Althouse piece; he was linked in Memeorandum, among others. Klein was behind a nasty piece of work and should be exposed for it. High five to Jacobson for calling him on it.
My friend Sarah points us to the new Women of the GOP blog; check it out!
And if you're in the Shreveport area, don't forget to check out the Shreveport Tea Party site.
Monique Stuart has a DEAD ON post about your "rights." She's right inside my head on this one. This is a topic that makes me crazy -- the whole sense of entitlement thing.
Oh dear. Don't miss Ed's Obamateurism of the Day. It's a painful 40 seconds.
More to come throughout the day.