- Today's comic is ... And who shall save God-Man? by Ruben Bolling:
- Good news, everyone. Karl Rove doesn't mind if you call him a Nazi:
Karl Rove isn't holding a grudge against the Tea Party Patriots after the group sent out a fundraising email with a manipulated photo of the GOP operative wearing an SS uniform, but he is suprised the message made it out of the gate.
- This is just ... just wrong. So, so wrong.
Hallelujah! The Associated Press has corrected its incorrect assertion that legally-wed gay couples should generally not be referred to in the same manner as legally-wed straight couples.
- How would Jesus hide money to avoid paying debts to the victims of sexual abuse by priests?
A week before Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan is set to leave New York for Rome, where his name is being floated as a candidate for pope, he was questioned in Manhattan for three hours on Wednesday behind closed doors in a legal deposition concerning the sexual abuse of children by priests. [...]That's funny because in Los Angeles, Cardinal Mahony raided that archdiocese's cemetery trust to the tune of $115 million to, yes, pay off some of pedophile protection racket debt.
The Milwaukee Archdiocese said recently that it had spent $9 million in legal fees. Creditors accuse the archdiocese, under Archbishop Dolan, of shielding $55 million in a cemetery trust. The archdiocese argued that those assets had been set aside for Catholic burials by Archbishop Dolan’s predecessors.
- Okay, punctuation nerds, time to fight about the Oxford comma again.
- Oh, Jesus Christ, Nebraska. Or should I say black Jesus Christ?
First of all, there is a black legislator from Nebraska. Second of all, he spent yesterday going Wrath of God on his fellow leggies, whether Dem or Republican, and specifically called them out (by name) for their gambling and fornicating and homosexing. Third of all, he told them all to shut up because Black Jesus.
- On today's Kagro in the Morning show, Greg Dworkin had new polls showing the President up, Republicans down, and Rs on the losing end of the sequester, immigration and more. What's in store under the sequester? We reviewed a NYT editorial running down the impact. Also: a mini #GunFAIL roundup; GideonAB on the interesting development of "pre-registration" of scientific studies; Senate paralysis and the endgame on Hagel; and new CA polling that appears to say bouncing Rs from government has got the state back on the right track.
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