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Entries in Juan Williams (10)

Thursday
Jan262012

GOP Establishment Realizes Hurricane Newt Is Coming For Landfall

There's another GOP debate tonight! Batter the hatches! 

They thought he was dead. They thought they killed him in Iowa. They thought wrong. Newt Gingrich is back, baby! And like the awful B-Movie he is, he's out for revenge. At first it was just about teaching that damn Mittens a lesson, but the Newtster messed around and race-baited his way into a South Carolina primary win. Then Mittens lost Iowa several weeks after winning it. And now it's all come up Gingrich. Even an old sex scandal couldn't stop him. He just kept swinging and won't go down.

If I didn't find the man completely repugnant I'd almost admire his audacity.

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Thursday
Jan192012

Perry Drops White House Bid; ABC News Has An Ex-Wife Bomb For Newt; Nobody Knows Who Won Iowa

Rick Perry (Click to Enlarge)Rick Perry, in his effort to be your man in Washington, has finally realized it's time to pick up his Buzz Lightyear and Woody cowboy dolls and threats against our NATO allies and go home to Austin. I imagine there will be a lot of grimacing and pouting, but the dude had to go home at some time. He was polling at four percent in South Carolina ahead of the primary.

Does this mean he's going to skip out on tonight's CNN debate? Considering how much Perry loved the debates that proved he was unelectable, I'm going to guess he's watching this one from the TV in his hotel room.

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Wednesday
Dec152010

Juan Williams Is Writing A Book About Leaving NPR

I sincerely doubt it'll be as good as Eyes on the Prize, but in all honesty, nothing Juan's written since that has been. But, you know? Yay! Book deals! It's a two-book deal with Crown Publishing and the first will be about how hard it is to speak out in America on "sensitive topics." Oh, Juan. You can say whatever you want about anything in America (Freedom of Speech!), but there's no Constitutional amendment guaranteeing your workplace, peers or listeners/watchers/readers will like it. (Mediaite)