Haven't done one of these in a while...and a virtual middle finger as well.
The Tie: Ornage, red and gold stripes...a new one for me.
Number 5: You know you have a losing battle on health care reform when you bring a seven month old baby to do your talking points. Sen. Whitehouse (D-RI) tells us on the difference between the House and Senate versions on the bill, and Howard Fineman tells us that Sen. joe Liebman (I-CT) is an idiot.
Number 4: There's a bit of abortion here, still illegal in the USA. Chris Hayes of The Nation explains.
Oddball: Plug of the week: George Carlin's Last Words. The book comes out tomorrow. Here comes that naughty New Mexico soccer player once again, and the Mugshot Halloween Hall of Fame.
Best Persons: 3 - Miss Wasliia 1984 still wants to put "In God We Trust" on the coins. 2 - Mike Huckabee told a reporter didn't like the people he had Tina Fey's Evil Twin Sister on her side. 1 - Rep Eric Cantor (R-VA) agreed with Comedian Boss Taitz Limbaugh on calling Obama a dictator. How about that '45 picture in Doctau? For that, no music for us.
Number 3: Forgive the fact that the Good Oldboysandgirls Party that they will lead to Democrats losses in eleven months, but they won statewide races in New Jersey and Virginia. Caucus leader Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) told all on Fixed Propaganda Channel. And the Tea party is for real in Florida, and Gov. hayley Barbour (R-MS) says that Obama's popular in a Donovan McNabb way. Comedian Boss Taitz Limbaugh, your thoughts? Richard Wolffe, what is this stuff going on?
Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)
Bronze - Comedian Boss Taitz Limbaugh is slowly losing it on Fort Hood by saying the shooter was teased on.
Silver - Lloyd Blankfein from Goldman Sachs says that he'a a banker doing God's work.
Gold - Pirate Rupert agrees that Professor Harold Hill calls President Obama a racist.
Number 1: No less than the now quarterly published MAD Magazine says that Prof. Harold Hill is a nutcase, just like the unfair, not so balanced Fixed Propaganda Channel. Meanwhile, SNL puts Fixed Propaganda Channel spot on via parody, and the Good Oldboysandgirls Party's Express to Oblivion has been derailed according to Rep. Joseph Gow (R-LA), but 29 Democrats voted against it, including Rep. Heath Shuler (D-NC). We give Margaret Carlson Alfred E. Newman's quiry: "What? Me Worry?"
See you tomorrow night.