It's practically impossiible to actually draw an indictment under our post Citizens United jurisprudence, but this hypocritical stalwart of National Review managed it. Take me now, Jesus, I can die happy....
DUBAI: A Saudi imam has sparked uproar by appearing on television along with his wife – whose face was uncovered in an open challenge to strict tradition in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom.
Sheikh Ahmad al-Ghamedi, who has said covering the face is not a must for women under Islam, sat alongside his wife Jawaher bint Ali as she spoke to Dubai-based Saudi MBC television, in a program broadcast at the weekend [....]
By Elisabeth Rosenthal, New York Times, Dec. 15/16, 2014
....the numbers seemed backward: The community hospital had charged about $5,500, while the Harvard teaching hospital had billed $1,400 for the much more elaborate test. “Why would that be?” Mr. Charlap asked. “It really bothered me.”
Elizabeth Warren has released a statement questioning whether she should run for president.
WARREN: I am not running for president. You want me to put an exclamation point at the end?
Clearly if she was not questioning whether to run for president she would have said, "I'll put an exclamation point at the end!" Obviously she's still questioning, see the question mark in the quote above. There can be no doubt that she wants us to continue our quixotic quest by telling her: No. We don't want a exclamation point. We want you to run for president.
I don't have a cell phone or a twitter account but I'm sure if someone starts #wedon'twantanexclamationpoint she will soon run. Maybe some twit out there will do that.