I'm so filled with outrage that I hardly know where to begin... if only there was a guided tour.
Those rich f*cks!
This whole f*cking thing!
I did not watch my buddies die face down in the muck so that this f*cking strumpet...
Meet the Press: NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I); Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D); California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R); : Tom Brokaw (NBC News) and Erin Burnett (CNBC).
Face the Nation: Member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers Austan Goolsbee; Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA); Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA); John Dickerson (Slate); Jackie Calmes (The New York Times).
This Week: Sen Kent Conrad (D-ND); Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME); Rep. Mike Pence
(R-IN); Vice President Joe Biden's Chief Economist Jared Bernstein; : George Will (ABC News), Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile, and Betsy Stark (ABC News).
Fox News Sunday: Chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers Christina Romer; Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL); Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY); Chief White House Photographer Peter Souza; : Brit Hume (Fox News), Bill Kristol (The Weekly Standard), Mara Liasson (NPR), and Juan Williams (Fox News).
State of the Union: Christina Romer; Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH); Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D); : Steve Kroft (60 Minutes); Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL).
The Chris Matthews Show: Joe Klein (TIME); Kathleen Parker (The Washington Post); Katty Kay (BBC); Mark Whitaker (NBC News).
Fareed Zakaria GPS: Ex-New York Gov. Elliot Spitzer (D); Bill and Melinda Gates; New York University Professor Roy Smith; Henry Blodget (Cherry Hill Research); Megan McArdle (The Atlantic).
NCAA basketball tournament:
CBS's continuing coverage of the tournament will begin at 12 pm EST, with several second round match-ups.
60 Minutes will feature a wide-ranging interview with President Obama — conducted by Steve Kroft in the Oval Office on Friday.
Fresh off his triumph over CNBC's Jim Cramer...
Jon Stewart examined Congress' attempt to find someone – anyone – to blame for the AIG bonus scandal.
The Daily Show (Week of March 30)
: CNN Commentator Jack Cafferty
: Actor Seth Rogen ("Observe and Report")
: OMB Director Peter Orszag
: Author Tom Zoellner ("Uranium")
Stephen Colbert, on the other hand, focused his attention on solving the problem.
The Colbert Report (Week of March 30)
: Astronomer Derrick Pitts
: Author David Plotz ("Good Book LP")
: Author Dambisa Mayo ("Dead Aid")
: Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone
|: Both shows will be airing re-runs the week of March 23 (this week).|
Moving along, from Chief Executive Officers to the idiot formerly known as the Decider-in-Chief...
George W. Bush has signed a seven-figure deal with Random House to publish his memoir, tentatively titled "Decision Point".
He said it will be fun to write and that "it's going to be (about) the 12 toughest decisions I had to make."
"I'm going to put people in my place, so when the history of this administration is written at least there's an authoritarian voice saying exactly what happened," Bush said.
As nausea-inducing as you may find that, I guarantee you that it's nothing compared to this:
The Republican's Working Man hero Joe the Plumber could barely contain himself last night before a crowd of adoring, media-bashing conservatives.
"God, all this love and everything in the room - I'm horny," declared Joe, whose real name is Samuel Wurzelbacher.
And if that doesn't get you feeling like you need a shower, these choice quotes from Bill O'Reilly's audiobook, "Those Who Trespass", surely will.
"Say baby, put down that pipe and get my pipe up."
"I would like you to unhook your bra and let it slide down your arms. You can keep your shirt on."
"I wish I were a lesbian."
This is what happens when you f*ck a stranger in the ass.- Trix