Mark Warner's Holiday Horoscope
Dan Riehl has exclusive photos of strategic planning sessions at the Warner '08 campaign headquarters.
You know, if the "icon of progressive politics" wanted to destroy the presidential prospects of the fair-haired boy of the "Lieberman-worshipping neocon" crowd at the DLC ... this might just do the trick!
Or maybe this. Or perhaps this will do the trick.
Dreher, the author of "Crunchy Cons," knows that my playful (and in some ways, nakedly envious) review of his Buddhist economics was meant in the gentle spirit of love and kindness, for which my hero Ned Flanders is so well known.
Go thou and sin no more, Rod. Because the wages of sin is ... $832,000 a year.
Just like Marko Moulitsas and Jerome Armstrong, I'm all about ethics:
- Dan Riehl and I have no financial relationship, and neither one of us is a consultant.
- Rod Dreher did not pay me to review his book.
- Darrell at Morning Coffee doesn't take orders from me.
- For your 4th of July fireworks, be sure to shop at Jeff's Fireworks in East Tennesee. Jeff Wilson always has the lowest retail prices on the best products, and he is not a consultant, either.
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Well, I've got to do a bit of real work before leaving town. Given the ethical meltdown in the "progressive blogosphere," who can I trust to keep you informed while I'm away? Ah, yes! That dead-tree dinosaur, the man who put the "old" back in Old School, that "proud member of the MSM," ladies and gentlemen, he needs no introduction ....
And the crowd goes wild ...
Right-Wing Howler's "Chick of the Week."