Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Around the Web

Michelle Malkin has written the definitive takedown of Rick Perry's disgraceful role in the Gardasil debacle. This guy's even worse than you think.

Speaking of Perry, here's his response to his Texan Tea Party critics: "A prophet is generally not loved in their hometown." So we're gonna beat an egotistical president with a guy who calls himself a prophet? Really?

On the other side, here's a detailed analysis of what the job situation really is in Texas.

Some rich libertarians want to build their own utopian mini-nations on the high seas. Yes, really. To quote Allahpundit, "An isolated community populated by people desperate enough to work for less than minimum wage with easy access to weapons of all sorts sounds like quite a ride." And don't forget the drugs!

Abercrombie & Fitch offers to pay the cast of Jersey Shore to not wear their brand onscreen. If you're too sleazy for Abercrombie & Fitch...wow.

Stogie has the debt crisis explained in just five easy steps.

A conference to get pedophilia mainstreamed? My favorite part of this story is probably the guy who complains that the studies the American Psychological Association relies upon "completely ignore the existence of" pedophiles - excuse me, "minor-attracted persons" - who "are law-abiding." Er, if they engage in pedophilia, aren't they by definition not law abiding?

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