Monday, February 16, 2009

Prospects for Bipartisanship Appear Dimmer

Sean Hannity twitters (irony meter pinned already, I know) that Teh Fairness Doctrine (not that again!) is going to be applied to the Internet, with "all accounts on all sites to be tied to drivers licenses." (He appears to have run out of characters before being able to type !!!1!.)

I'm not sure what this has to do with Fairness when it sounds more like the totalitarian surveillance socialist paradise that Obama is secretly planning, but never mind that. Hannity knows who he's feeding red meat to -- if there's one thing a look at his forums will teach you, it's that wingnuts are deathly afraid of sharing their thoughts under their real names.

In other news of not-that-again, the Tennessee GOP has joined the Cult of the COLB, firing up yet another lawsuit about the illegal alien illegally being president. "[State Rep. Stacey] Campfield said there were questions about whether the document was 'a certification, not a certificate - and there's a difference,'" reports The Knoxville News Sentinel.

I now realize I subconsciously meant "dimmer" in two ways.

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