The great non-sequitur. The Gettysburg Address, with TelePrompters. Good news: Woman-beater Chris Brown still up for prizes in the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. Yikes: Tim Geithner has no deputies who can figure out the banking problem, either. Congressman: "We're living in 'Atlas Shrugged.'" "But among people I talk to there's a growing sense of frustration, even panic, over Mr. Obama's failure to match his words with deeds. The reality is that when it comes to dealing with the banks, the Obama administration is dithering...." says...Paul Krugman? Unemployment jumps to 8.1 percent, highest since 1983. Robert Gibbs will undoubtedly mention this no fewer than 19 times in his presser today, perhaps composing a ditty to commemorate the occasion. Stephanie Miller: Hey, let's execute Rush for treason. Defensive: "People are misapprehending that this is some White House strategy they sent Carville and I out on," Begala said. "I don't work for this president. I say what I say because it's what I believe. I don't like Rush." Gee, this would have been a lot cheaper if you'd decided this earlier, GM. To honor our "special relationship," Obama gives Brown a year-long subscription to Netflix. Harry couldn't get 60 votes on the $410-billion spending bill he tried to ram through yesterday without amendments. How many times can one Time piece be demonstrably wrong about Chris Cox?
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