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He is SO totally kewl!

Y'know, as someone who would like to respect the sanctity of the process, not make snap judgements, acknowledge that the other party controls the White House and the Congress, honor honest differences of opinion, and help work towards solving the very real problems in this country and around the globe, I'd appreciate it if the media would fucking go somewhere and kill itself.

Hey, I had that first Tiger Beat, I remember the cover!

Honestly, I don't see any difference between the way conservatives are treating Roberts and the way liberals treated Edwards. Why can't their side have a Pretty-Boy John too?

From the outside looking in (and that means from the other side of the Atlantic), and reading your anthology of quotes, it would seem that Mr. Roberts would make an excellent judge. Ms. Riggs, above, reminds us all, in effect, that what's sauce for tth goose is also sauce for the gander.

You really must come to terms with the fact that Bush beat the pants off your lot at the last election, and that whilst he's in the White House, he's going to do exactly what a Democratic president would do, make the most of it. All this bad-tempered, sour-puss attitude will only give you wrinkles, pursed-lip lines, galloping acne and head-aches, and we'll all fall out of love with you. Cheer up!

"You really must come to terms with the fact that Bush beat the pants off your lot at the last election..."

Oi. I've also been getting advice from the faith-based side of the internet.

Umh, Mr. Duff, did you notice that the original post was spoofing the coverage, not the president (not that there's anything wrong with that)?

Brilliant Robin!

Funny post!

Comaring Bumiller to Tiger Beat is grossly unfair to the latter...


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