The Vintage. You remember back at Oktoberfest I won a gift certificate in the costume contest. We're going to cash that bad boy in tonight. I wouldn't normally pay $50 for a steak (and that's JUST the steak), but I won't turn it down!
So much to do, then, I better get to it.
I saw this Rachel Maddow blather and started to do a post on it earlier, but William Teach did a fine job instead. I personally could care less about Keith Olberman or that he was fired. I could take some principled stand over the First Amendment and all that, but I suspect Olberman knew he was violating some rule when he did what he did. And besides, on a smaller scale, it's not very unlike the civil service employees who can't put political bumper stickers on their private vehicles or campaign signs in their yards. You know it's the rule, you agree to forfeit those rights when you take the job, and there you go. It is what it is. Besides, Olberman? Really. Who cares.
Jimmie Bise isn't losing any sleep over Olberman either. Sister Toldjah also ponders the issue. Michelle Malkin is having none of it, either. "No Freakin' Way!"
Professor Jacobson, as you've heard by now, has taken in a co-blogger. Good things to come, I'm sure!
Doug Ross posts on all those mysterious ballots they keep finding all over the place; The Lonely Conservative has noticed these ballots, too.
Another Black Conservative has thoughts on the Michelle Bachmann leadership position. I like her, but I think he's right here.
Left Coast Rebel has an Open Letter to John Boehner.
This Oklahoma anti-Sharia law is going to get interesting and Donald Douglas brings you up to speed on that.
At The Other McCain, Smitty is pretty much done with Peggy Noonan. A classic smack down.
Pamela Geller has a disturbing post on terrorists loading dogs with explosives.
Fuzzy is musing over 2012. No Romney or Huckabee, she says, and I'm with her on that.
Fenway Nation remembers Fort Hood, One Year Later.
Bob Belvedere calls our attention to a spot-on Glenn Reynolds quote. It's true.
Awwww man! Twenty freakin' years ago? Damn I feel old. But I love this song over at Protein Wisdom. Oh the memories. This song is on my iPod.
Speaking of music, Reaganite Republican has a classic that I LOVE. Also on my iPod.
Da Tech Guy has new Blogs 'o the Month; I was so honored last month!
Paco remembers Sparky Anderson.
No Sheeples Here has a reminder about Project Valour.
Fishersville Mike has a probing question.
I miss Red.
Speaking of probing questions, Mind Numbed Robot also has one. More indoctrination of your children.
Don't miss Pundette's post on the far left prognostications of the far left.
Over at Obi's Sister, you can read about the Mexican drug cartel in Atlanta.
What happens when pot becomes legal? Go to A Cop's Watch.
And finally, STOP the presses - Bride of Rove is at a loss for words. I don't believe it; she just must not have had enough coffee yet. I'll wait. She'll say something.
I'll leave you with Marco's GOP Response this week, because I do love Marco: