Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Why I Read Blogs

Really, there's a different reason every day for reading blogs. Today's reason is Will Grigg. Choose your favorite -- this one:
This morning (October 14), the withered little simian in the White House, who has a little less than 100 days left to ruin whatever still works in this country, emerged from his lair, squinted the eyes from which the light of intelligence has never shone, rummaged around in the cranium in which wisdom has never dwelt, and then spoke another of the lies that comes so easily to his sneering lips:

"The government's role will be limited and temporary. These measures are not intended to take over the free market but to preserve it."
Or this one:
Bernanke, who really deserves to be beaten savagely with the nearest available object (especially if that object is either Paulson or Bush), announced, in effect, that the "temporary" measures described by Bush will be in place in perpetuity: "We will not stand down until we have achieved our goals of repairing and reforming our financial system and thereby restoring prosperity to our economy."
Or, best of all, just go read the whole thing. Your favorite is probably one that I overlooked anyway.

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