Eye Candy

Even lighter blogging than usual to come over the next couple of weeks as I actually produce a piece on deadline. (See, kids:  I used to be a real free-lancer.  Honest.)

In the meantime, expect some stuff like the message from this daffodil:

Now, as the photographer, my brother Richard, put it:  that’s stick-to-it-iveness.

More to come, I’m sure.  I’m trying to triage my outrage, though I’m still trying to keep myself from boiling over at this piece of ordinary obnoxious nonsense from failed Bush man of faith, Michael Gerson in today’s Kaplan rag:

…events of the past year have moved Republicans of every variety to the right, in reaction to the vast Obama overreach.

Seriously, dude, what Obama overreach?  I mean what, exactly, would you characterize as an unacceptable use of his power or his influence?  Name one act.  I dare you.  I double dare you.

You mealy-mouthed, sense-mauling, bought-and-paid-for-and-cheap-at-the-price cant-magnet.

There…I feel better.

A little.

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4 Comments on “Eye Candy”


  1. Sheesh, Tom, of course he overreached. He won the election. The nerve!


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  3. Ian Preston Says:

    Isn’t a “cant magnet” someone who attracts cant (like Obama) rather than someone who is a source or conduit for it? Shouldn’t it be something more like a cant-hose or a cant-fountain or a cant-sluice or …?


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