Thursday Links and Open Thread

10 thoughts on “Thursday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Today’s most popular links:
    5 interviewed on Fox News
    4 Jessica Yellin resurfaces
    3 Perino and Kurtz respond
    2 thanks Fox Newsers
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 This is what mainstream media liberal bias looks like.

  2. Allow me to solve Mr. Bill’s mystery:
    1) Sherrod Brown was elected to the senate in the anti-Bush/anti-Iraq-War/anti-War-On-Terror/slow-Katrina-response midterm of 2006.
    2) Brown was re-elected in the Obama re-election cycle.

    Mystery solved.

      • George Voinovich retired in 2010, paving the way for Rob Portman. In 2006, Brown knocked out incumbent Mike DeWine, who was elected state attorney general in 2010 and re-elected last year. Brown was re-elected in 2012, beating out Josh Mandel. If a Republican is elected president next year, Brown will be elected to a third term. Otherwise, he has a chance of losing to a Republican.

        • Okay, I’m old, forgetful, and too lazy to Google. I do remember Mandel had a crappy enough campaign I almost voted for Brown.

  3. CNN had a bit of a hissy fit over King’s tweet. I thought that he was being very polite. I would’ve accused Lemon of being several bubbles out of plumb.

  4. Huckabee and Christie will be in the FBN Undercard Debate. Graham, Pataki, and Gilmore won’t be in either. Interesting developments today…

      • Some of them already look punch-drunk out there.

        Jeb Bush: “I coulda been a contenda, instead of da bum I am today.”

        • His corner needs to throw in the towel. He’s had his standing eight count. Next is lights out with back on the canvas.

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