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(Petunia and Pals B-Team) Petunia gets punked by an the satiric National Review and tells us that The Kenyan Usurper is paying "out of his own pocket" to keep the museum of Muslim culture open.
- Professional Courtesy - SCOTUS Justice Fat Tony says that he believes in The Debbil:
"I even believe in the Devil... In the Gospels, the Devil is doing all sorts of things. He's making pigs run off cliffs, he's possessing people and whatnot." "What he’s doing now is getting people not to believe in him or in God. He’s much more successful that way."
I'm beginning to believe in Old Scratch too, especially whenever Fat Tony pontificates. (Livewire)
- Speaking of Fat Tony - The Supreme Court is looking at a new case, McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission that will pump even more money into elections, and the case has the Republican National Committee as one of the plaintiffs. Wonder how they will vote? (Think Progress)
- And speaking of elections - Famous Batboy impersonator and FL Gov. Rick Scott's Attorney General apologized for the 2012 Voter Purge in that state (Florida's list of suspected noncitizens dwindled from 182,000 to 2,600 to 198), but no fears: next one will be better:
“I accept responsibility for the effort,” Florida Secretary of State Ken Drezner said. “It could have been better. It should have been better.”
According to the Herald, Drezner will wrap up a five-day road tour to promote the next voter purge, which will be known as "Project Integrity" this week. (Miami Herald)