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Sun May 15, 2011
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Guardian.com)   Welcome to Switzerland. Enjoy our chocolate, our beautiful mountains and our assisted suicide booths  (guardian.co.uk) (84)
(Entertainment Weekly)   NBC: "If Donald Trump runs for office, we'll replace him on Celebrity Apprentice." We're annoyed if he does, we're annoyed if he doesn't  (insidetv.ew.com) (121)
(CBS News)   John Boehner says there's no way the government can stop illegal foreclosures  (cbsnews.com) (190)
(Economic Policy Journal)   Using the same methods by which it was calculated during Carter's presidency, today's Misery Index exceeds his record  (economicpolicyjournal.com) (164)
(Some Guy)   TSA: "What's our take on the Texas House of Representatives voting to ban the current TSA pat-down? Well, the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution prevents states from regulating the federal government"   (tenthamendmentcenter.com) (196)
(The Morning Call)   First paragraph makes subby sympathetic. Second paragraph makes subby enraged  (mcall.com) (550)
(Some Freeper)   Barry Soetoro's real goal in forging birth certificate - to destroy U.S. Constitution...This is what tea baggers really believe  (freerepublic.com) (331)
(Montreal Gazette)   Judicial recount reverses initial election result by 9 votes. This is not a repeat from 2000  (montrealgazette.com) (24)
(Some Guy)   Barack Obama's personal chili recipe. So what's it going to be? Too elitist? Too 'hood'? Too socialist?  (sdentertainer.com) (498)
(CNN)   George Mitchell to step down as US Mideast envoy, open frozen banana stand  (ac360.blogs.cnn.com) (49)
(MSNBC)   Huckabee Fin  (firstread.msnbc.msn.com) (306)

Sat May 14, 2011
(Salon)   Newt follows up his totally not racist Obama-food-stamps quote by saying the 2012 election is the most important since 1860. You know, the one in which the Northern liberal took away our STATES RIGHTS  (salon.com) (182)
(Yahoo)   Another conservative politician says "drill baby drill". Oh, I meant Obama. Meh, there's no difference between the two at this point  (news.yahoo.com) (282)
(The New York Times)   "Baghdad has weathered invasion, occupation, sectarian warfare and suicide bombers. But the latest scourge, tastelessness, may prove the toughest to overcome"  (nytimes.com) (39)
(Fox News)   Arizona man is critical of Obama's merely joking about installing moats with alligators on the border. Man says it's no joking matter and "moats with alligators might work"  (foxnews.com) (217)
(WorldNetDaily)   Why did the birther cross the road?  (wnd.com) (235)
(Some Guy)   Wealthy Republicans are bankrolling the push for same-sex marriage in New York  (wisconsingazette.com) (179)
(Breitbart.com)   Superman loves America again  (bighollywood.breitbart.com) (165)
(Kansas City)   Kansas legislature passes bill to balance budget. By balance budget they mean cut spending as well as restricting private insurance from paying for abortions  (kansascity.com) (102)
(Wired)   Blackwater alumni open a new company called Jellyfish -- intelligence operations for the private sector. What could possibly go wrong?  (wired.com) (66)
(Huffington Post)   Gingrich calls Obama "the most successful food stamp president in modern American history"  (huffingtonpost.com) (485)
(Wonkette)   A simple ranking of undeclared presidential candidates  (wonkette.com) (52)

Fri May 13, 2011
(LA Times)   Iran urging Damascus to go easy on protesters. Not sure if Syrians  (articles.latimes.com) (30)
(Rolling Stone)   "Goldman is an 1,100-pound medical emergency who is found by paramedics buried up to his eyes in cupcake wrappers and pizza boxes"  (rollingstone.com) (141)
(STLToday)   State Rep. Tishaura Jones offered an amendment to the bill that said "all male children shall have a vasectomy before the age of twelve"  (stltoday.com) (46)
(Media Matters)   Glenn Beck Says He's "Seen The Finger Of God." Ouch  (mediamatters.org) (94)
(Some Guy)   Once again, a Republican governor demonstrates his profound knowledge of precedent, case law, and the separation of church and state  (blog.au.org) (144)
(The New York Times)   Democrat may pick up traditionally Republican upstate New York Congressional district in special election. This is not a repeat from 2009   (fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com) (27)
(Mediaite)   Singer Jill Scott is the latest guest invited to the White House for the First Lady's poetry event to be tagged as a racist by the right  (mediaite.com) (164)
(Wisconsin State Journal)   The Wisconsin GOP's new strategy: does the phrase "scorched earth" mean anything to you?  (host.madison.com) (176)
(Some Guy)   Birther's Last Stand: Freepers accuse Obama of using Al Qaida threat as cover to kill his own grandmother himself to win election, hide real birth certificate  (freerepublic.com) (151)
(Huffington Post)   Republican Senator may have helped cover up an affair. No, not that one  (huffingtonpost.com) (44)
(Popular Science)   Newt Gingrich is way into quantum mechanics and science fiction, which is good news since he married a cyborg with laser beam eyes  (popsci.com) (73)
(The Raw Story)   Obama has White House staff call Justin Bieber to arrange a meeting with a 9/11 victim's daughter  (rawstory.com) (65)
(Talking Points Memo)   Sen. Inhofe (R-OK) was on Fox & Friends Friday morning to tell us that the #1 problem for Gitmo detainees is...obesity   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (32)
(Some Guy)   For those of you who had "May 13" pegged as the day that Donald Trump would freak out, yell at someone, and destroy his campaign, step forward and claim your prize  (businessinsider.com) (99)
(Politico)   Bush "not overjoyed" by bin Laden's death, wonders who started this silly War on Terror anyway  (politico.com) (75)
(Washington Post)   Wisconsin Senator to retire, setting the stage for a Russ Feingold vs. Paul Ryan showdown  (washingtonpost.com) (90)
(MN Independent)   A public high school sophomore vs Michele Bachmann: Let's get ready to RUMBLE  (minnesotaindependent.com) (103)
(Houston Chronicle)   Uganda's anti-gay bill, that would mandate the death of any discovered homosexual, could currently go both ways  (chron.com) (123)
(Daily Kos)   Meet Angelica Hernandez: 4.5 GPA. Graduating valedictorian at ASU. Undocumented. "Hers is the kind of immigrant success story we used to read about in those Horatio Alger tales. When the immigrants were European"  (dailykos.com) (186)
(ABC News)   "People who do not look like us want freedom just as much. Black Americans over 100 years ago wanted freedom. It is only when you do not have hope that you join a suicide bomber team," says famous progressive George W. Bush  (abcnews.go.com) (85)
(Some Guy)   Lawyer who advocated for Citizens United starts Republican Super PAC Inc   (reporting.sunlightfoundation.com) (84)
(Some Guy)   Herman Cain lays out a five-step plan to creating more jobs, all of which involve either "????" or "cut taxes"  (ibtimes.com) (142)
(Huffington Post)   The White House announces it is discontinuing its practice of having presidents re-enact speeches for photographers. The White House announces it is discontinuing its practice of having presidents re-enact speeches for photographers  (huffingtonpost.com) (118)
(Daily Mail)   Welcome to the Islamic republic of Tower Hamlets, formerly known as London  (dailymail.co.uk) (109)
(Some Guy)   Buff "Navy Seal Obama" doll sparking death threats to manufacturer from: (a) Taliban (b) al-Qaeda (c) patriotic Americans  (big1059.com) (301)
(Chicago Tribune)   Illinois to allow residents to collect roadkill. Lawmakers are calling it the "Be more like Florida act of 2011"  (chicagobreakingnews.com) (59)
(Fox News)   Ron Paul is running for President, so he can lead the government he thinks is unnecessary  (foxnews.com) (368)
(NPR)   Videotaping police will severely limit their ability to kick your ass for no good reason and get away with it  (npr.org) (137)
(Politico)   Mitch Daniels isn't sure if he wants to go to prom with the Republicans just yet, may hold out for that dreamy quarterback  (politico.com) (37)
(Smart Money)   Hope you liked that $8,000 tax credit for buying a house. It cost you $15,000  (smartmoney.com) (298)
(Telegraph)   Osama bin Laden deemed Joe Biden not to be a big farking deal  (blogs.telegraph.co.uk) (134)

Thu May 12, 2011
(CBS News)   Michelle Bachmann views Osama death photos, is convinced it's him but still doesn't believe he was born in America  (cbsnews.com) (126)
(Think Progress)   What's the biggest difference between Romneycare and Obamacare? Obamacare doesn't cover abortions   (wonkroom.thinkprogress.org) (247)
(American Thinker)   Emotionalizing issues seduces the unwary and conveniently relieves the Left of any need to provide factual information or logical argument in support of its dismal objectives  (americanthinker.com) (243)
(Salon)   History according to Mike Huckabee. That's the joke  (salon.com) (239)
(Fox News)   Liberal billionaire George Soros has ties to over 30 major news organizations. Fair and balanced reports  (foxnews.com) (132)
(MSNBC)   Pakistan completely forgot about warning bin Laden of the cruise missile strike back in '98, but to be fair that was a long time ago  (msnbc.msn.com) (21)
(Salon)   Callista Gingrich may well be the anti-GenXer. With diabolical Callista Gingrich pic  (salon.com) (185)
(National Journal)   Republicans don't want you to know that simply letting all of the Bush-era tax cuts expire would completely solve the near-term deficit and debt problems  (nationaljournal.com) (234)
(Washington Post)   John McCain: Torture is bad, un-American, and didn't help the U.S. find Osama bin Laden  (washingtonpost.com) (252)
(Omaha World Herald)   Who is John Galt? Apparently it's a street in Omaha named so because it went nowhere, rambles along incoherently and is the kind of road you think is really cool when you're a college freshman before you discover freeways and interstates  (omaha.com) (66)
(Talking Points Memo)   Who says the Republicans don't create jobs? Look at all the Prosecutors hired to investigate them   (tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com) (12)
(Talking Points Memo)   Newt Gingrich: "I have to run for President, or else I'd be a fraud." Is this like a trick question or something?   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (81)
(The Daily Show)   "This isn't even fun anymore, I barely even get angry about this stuff. I just feel sorry for you guys now"  (thedailyshow.com) (328)
(Yahoo)   After Meghan McCain posed "naked" for a skin cancer PSA, Glenn Beck said the thought of her naked body made him want to vomit and suggested she wear a burkha instead. McCain responds-with a nuclear "Oh SNAP"  (news.yahoo.com) (266)
(Some Guy)   Sexually suggestive male images have been removed from this photo of women in the Situation Room  (freewilliamsburg.com) (56)
(Yahoo)   The employment rate for black men is at a record low. There's only one possible explanation for this  (news.yahoo.com) (395)
(Some Guy)   If you thought lawmakers would be content to only ban cell phone use while driving, citizen have I got a bill for you  (hawaiinewsnow.com) (116)
(USA Today)   Mitt Romney: "My first act as president would be to overturn that black guy's health care reform that I once championed"  (usatoday.com) (253)
(Some Guy)   A group of people whom never lie and are unable to balance a checkbook vouch for Bin Laden's death. Glad that's settled  (news4jax.com) (76)
(ABC 4)   Civil War records now available online -- order today and you'll receive at no additional cost a Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman duet of Battle Hymn of the Republic  (abc4.com) (59)
(Reuters)   Meet Keith Olbermann's regular contributors to Countdown on Current, which consists of everyone MSNBC banned in the waning months of Countdown on MSNBC. And Michael Moore  (reuters.com) (81)
(Canoe)   "Nobody said it was going to be easy, but I had no idea I would get hammered in the way I've been hammered the past few weeks." Yes, Donald Trump bought the world's smallest violin  (cnews.canoe.ca) (222)

Wed May 11, 2011
(Some Guy)   POLL: 1 in 5 say Osama bin Laden alive, gay  (thedaily.com) (82)
(Ars Technica)   A political pay-off so blatant that Dollar Bill and The Hammer would blush in embarassment  (arstechnica.com) (126)
(The Raw Story)   Wikileaks: Don't leak our leaked documents  (rawstory.com) (69)
(Some Guy)   In a final act of desperation, the Florida legislature has outlawed its citizens from breeding  (southernfriedscience.com) (70)
(ABC News)   Al Qaeda leader promises revenge so fierce "U.S. will wish for the days of Osama", wants to rent billboards to put up pictures of the late Osama Bin Laden and the caption "Miss me yet?"  (abcnews.go.com) (130)
(Politico)   You guys all got that "don't compare legislation that isn't slavery to slavery" memo, right? Cause apparently Rand Paul didn't  (politico.com) (556)
(Flickr)   Photoshop Hillary's Pixeled out Document  (flickr.com) (30)
(National Review)   Republicans finally rolling up their sleves and getting down to the business of creating jobs and putting America back on track: Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) says he'll "do anything it takes to kill funding for the accordion festival"  (nationalreview.com) (150)
(MinnPost)   Minnesota state senator introduces amendment for legislators to test health insurance voucher system themselves before forcing state's poor onto the system. Results as expected  (minnpost.com) (77)
(Think Progress)   Conservatives call for austerity and tax cuts to revitalize economy, point to Baltic countries as policy examples. One problem - the Baltic countries are in an economic catastrophe and their policies are disastrous   (yglesias.thinkprogress.org) (186)
(Talking Points Memo)   GOP freshman are so embarrassed about voting for Paul Ryan's budget they actually wrote a letter to President Obama asking him to make Democrats stop criticizing them for voting to end Medicare   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (366)
(Some Guy)   Not sure if serious, but who really knows?  (spectator.org) (92)
(Bloomberg)   Texas math lesson: How many thousands of teachers must be fired to give Formula One racing $250 million dollars?  (bloomberg.com) (131)
(Some Guy)   Two labor unions declare strike against Huffington Post, then things get all scabby  (workinglife.org) (47)
(AlterNet)   Who needs the careful application of the scientific method when congressmen with absolutely no scientific training are making decisions?  (alternet.org) (218)
(Some Carter)   Will Obama be the easiest incumbent to beat since 1980?  (commentarymagazine.com) (280)
(Think Progress)   US income inequality is the worst of the OECD countries and is on par with third-world countries like Uganda and The Ivory Coast. USA, USA, USA  (wonkroom.thinkprogress.org) (237)
(AlterNet)   It's time to break up AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner and the rest of the telecoms  (alternet.org) (64)
(Gallup)   Poll shows that 52% of Americans feel that a third party is needed. Problem: The two parties continue making election laws to prevent that  (gallup.com) (263)
(Ottawa Citizen)   There's only two things I hate in this world. People who are intolerant of other people's cultures and the Dutch  (ottawacitizen.com) (94)
(Salon)   Donald Trump, Russell Simmons, a rabbi and two imams walk into a conversation about Islamophobia  (mobile.salon.com) (17)
(Yahoo)   The "Bin Laden Bounce" seems to be made of old superballs as Obama's approval rating tops 60%  (news.yahoo.com) (153)
(Wall Street Journal)   Obama puzzled as to why Republicans aren't onboard with his "give all illegal aliens amnesty so they'll ensure a permanent Democratic majority" initiative  (online.wsj.com) (359)
(KVIA.com)   200 protesters in El Paso wait for hours outside speech venue to tell Obama what they think about immigration reform. Too bad they picketed the wrong entrance  (kvia.com) (65)
(CNN)   It is said that early presidential polls are important in choosing the winner. Just ask former presidents Jesse Jackson, Rudy Giuliani and Joe Lieberman  (cnn.com) (17)
(Think Progress)   Under proposed Tennessee law, Muhammad Ali having dinner with Kareem Abdul Jabbar will make them a "Sharia" organization  (thinkprogress.org) (242)

Tue May 10, 2011
(New York Daily News)   Osama Bin Laden's son says executioner in chief Obama no better than murderer of thousands of innocent civilians Osama. You say Osama, He says Obama. Osama, Obama, lets just call the whole thing off  (nydailynews.com) (229)
(Some Guy)   Sarah Palin? In my oval office? It's more likely than you think  (associatedcontent.com) (210)
(Yahoo)   Musharraf unaware Pakistan agreed to let the US get bin Laden by accepting iTunes license agreement  (news.yahoo.com) (88)
(Crooks & Liars)   "You're some guy who didn't have a job for ten years. You're some gadfly from Hollywood. You never worked for a living in your life. I feel bad for you. You're a sad, sad person. Why don't you go get a job?"  (crooksandliars.com) (209)
(Yahoo)   In addition to abolishing Medicare, the House GOP's budget will also ensure 44 million Americans are lovingly cut from the Medicaid rolls. For freedom, of course  (news.yahoo.com) (103)
(Washington Post)   Five good bills that are obvious, nonpartisan, and will never ever be passed  (washingtonpost.com) (127)
(Some Guy)   The head of the Tea Party appears in costume, threatening America with revolution and calling elected officials traitors for you know, effect. (Starts at 5:02)  (c-spanvideo.org) (242)
(WorldNetDaily)   Government officials determined that Barack Obama is a U.S. citizen. In 1967  (wnd.com) (134)
(Mother Jones)   Mike Huckabee surrounds himself with rational people who, when elected President, would advise him to represent Americans in a rational way. Who am I kidding, they are claiming that Obama is a Soviet mole and gay marriage caused Noah's flood  (motherjones.com) (99)
(Slate)   Christopher Hitchens: Just in case you were wondering, Noam Chomsky is, in fact, still an idiot  (slate.com) (184)
(Talking Points Memo)   Republicans to Donald Trump: No, YOU'RE fired  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (72)
(Talking Points Memo)   "Mr. President, do you have an enemies list?," asks Senator Rand Paul, before adding. "Because I do, and it really helps me keep my outrage in check"  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (75)
(Fox News)   Obama pimping legislation aimed at freeing 11 million criminals  (foxnews.com) (239)
(Hot Air)   Gas prices were headed up, so it was a good time to raise taxes. Now gas prices are headed down, so it's a good time to raise taxes  (hotair.com) (40)
(Think Progress)   The teen pregnancy nonprofit that paid Bristol Palin a salary of $292,000 only gave $35,000 in grants to actual teen pregnancy health and counseling clinics  (thinkprogress.org) (148)
(Some Guy)   Wisconsin Supreme Court recount gets interesting as ballot bags found to be wide open  (bradblog.com) (295)
(Little Green Footballs)   Florida's Tea Party governor Rick Scott is going to do his part to advance "limited government" by making it mandatory for welfare recipients to be drug tested  (littlegreenfootballs.com) (605)
(American Thinker)   The latest birther "bombshell" is that Obama's mother once took night school classes in Seattle. I don't know what this proves, but I can assure you it's going to finally bring down the entire house of cards  (americanthinker.com) (402)
(Talking Points Memo)   Unable to kill Medicare right now, Boehner supports turning it into a dirty welfare program he can deride and defund at a later date  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (99)
(Daily Mail)   "Dear Prince William, sorry we couldn't make the royal wedding, but I was too busy killing Osama bin Laden. Best of luck and I hope we meet soon. Sincerely, Barry"  (dailymail.co.uk) (142)
(Some Guy)   Weird: Obama to visit his ancestral home in the Irish Republic of Kenya. Socialist: He's bringing his own beer  (irishcentral.com) (67)
(Philly)   If you thought Obama wasn't improving the country, consider that he's radically increased the rate of speed for people leaving Philadelphia  (philly.com) (160)

Mon May 09, 2011
(National Journal)   Hillary Clinton is probably lying about her "cough", but women who worked during the 1970s know why she's lying and don't mind  (nationaljournal.com) (173)
(Talking Points Memo)   Former Apprentice contestant: Trump 'Doesn't like educated African-Americans very much'  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (159)
(Pajamas Media)   "Each hid his homosexuality, each was racist, each took pains to manufacture favorable coverage, each was driven by petty hatreds instead of shining ideals." Who's that? Would you believe Gandhi and Malcolm X?  (pajamasmedia.com) (224)
(Talking Points Memo)   Pro tip to a Nevada Senator: Cheating on your wife and bribing her family to stay silent will usually cost you your Senate seat  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (55)
(Salon)   Still think that Obama is a socialist? Your news source may not have reported to you that he's "fast-tracking" the sale of all unused federal land to private buyers and will use the proceeds to pare down the deficit  (salon.com) (118)
(Telegraph)   The acquisition of Osama bin Laden's rolodex is already paying off  (telegraph.co.uk) (59)
(Salon)   So why is Rick Santorum running for president when he has no shot at winning the GOP nomination, let alone the general election? Because being a candidate makes you important  (salon.com) (50)
(ABC News)   In an attempt to repair the strained relationship with the U.S. Pakistan promises full support. Just kidding, now they deny U.S. investigators access to Osama bin Laden's wives  (abcnews.go.com) (55)
(Political Wire)   Another photo of a bare chested Congressman appears online, but at least this one wasn't a Craiglist ad  (politicalwire.com) (33)
(AJC)   Newt Gingrich "humbled" by the amount of support he's received to run for President. No word yet on the amount of support from Republicans  (ajc.com) (61)
(National Journal)   Ever wonder how Michelle Bachman got into politics? She founded a charter school that banned Aladdin and instituted mandatory prayer  (nationaljournal.com) (69)
(WorldNetDaily)   A private investigator claims employees of the state Department of Health forged three Hawaiian birth certificates for Barack Obama to "screw with birthers"  (wnd.com) (121)
(Talking Points Memo)   Tea Party leader displays his devotion to fiscal conservatism by linking the debt-ceiling vote to repealing "Don't Ask Don't Tell"  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (53)
(The Mighigan Messenger)   Michigan GOP officials: "OMG, POOR PEOPLE ARE USING FOOD STAMPS OUT OF STATE AND ON A CRUISE SHIP." State Official: Uh, people visit relatives and look for jobs out of state. And that "cruise ship" was in Missouri  (michiganmessenger.com) (93)
(CNN)   Proposal would give OBL bounty money to 9/11 first responders and victims' families. Tag is for the first responders. Hope no one has a problem with that  (cnn.com) (110)
(JSOnline)   And so Scott Once-ler said with a smirk "fark those damn hippies, I'm putting people to work." As smoke and ash belched across the land of cheese, the people said nothing, for nobody could breathe  (jsonline.com) (132)
(Some Guy)   Right wing guy: "OMG this high school advertised for their principal in a HOMOSEXUAL NEWSPAPER." Subby: "How did you find out?" Right wing guy:  (massresistance.org) (117)
(Yahoo)   $2 billion rejected by Florida is being split between states that aren't batshiat insane  (news.yahoo.com) (104)
(NYPost)   Iowa's top Republican moneymen are begging New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to waddle for the presidency  (nypost.com) (147)
(Washington Post)   If he declares a bid for POTUS, then Obama's days in office are numbered  (washingtonpost.com) (180)
(Yahoo)   "If there is one thing Sarah Palin knows something about, it is completing missions". Damnit columnist, that sarcasm detector was brand new too  (news.yahoo.com) (87)
(The Age (Melbourne))   Australian MP compares Homosexuals to both Child Molesters and Drivers who exceed the Speed Limit. Wait, what?  (theage.com.au) (37)
(Bloomberg)   Thai politics make the Tea Party look almost reasonable. Almost  (bloomberg.com) (31)
(Some Guy)   Texas Governor Rick Perry learns the first rule of politics: if you want your own space shuttle, don't spend two years shiatting on the President and threatening to secede  (mcclatchydc.com) (143)
(Washington Post)   Sure, Obama killed bin Laden, but why hasn't he killed Lex Luthor or El Chupacabra yet?  (washingtonpost.com) (172)
(NewsBusters)   Randi Rhodes rides the crazy train, insists Bush Adminstration knew for years that OBL was in Abbotabad  (newsbusters.org) (201)
(Daily Mail)   Osama had stash of herbal ''viagra". Well what do you expect, the man was cooped up in a house for six years with a dozen wives  (dailymail.co.uk) (126)
(Some Guy)   Bin Laden's mother-in-law dies upon hearing of his death. Maybe all she had left in her sad little life was nagging her son-in-law  (dailytimes.com.pk) (54)
(CBS News)   CIA chief in Islamabad outed. That's just fabulous  (cbsnews.com) (59)

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