MILLINOCKET, Maine, February 9, 2014 — From explosive toothpaste to Joe Biden’s possible run for president, there’s a lot of madness out there.
Here are a few more examples:
“(The loss of 2.5 million jobs because of Obamacare) is mostly a good thing, a liberating result of the law.” — The New York Times editorial board.
“What we see is that people are leaving their jobs because they are no longer job-locked. They are following their aspirations to be a writer; to be self-employed; to start a business. This is the entrepreneurial piece. So it’s not going to cost jobs. It’s going to shift how people make a living and reach their aspirations. This was one of the goals, to give people life, a healthy life, liberty to pursue their happiness. And that liberty is to not be job-locked, but to follow their passion.” — House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
“The Obama government is waging war on (the Little Sisters of the Poor) with help from ambulance chasers like John Edwards and (Sandra) Fluke. This is the real war on women.” — Eric Golub in his column, “Congresswoman Sandra Fluke? Be afraid. Be very afraid”
Facebook has created videos for “hundreds of millions” of its users. From the year a user joined Facebook, including their most-liked posts and a random selection of their photos – with musical accompaniment. Why would they do this without the user’s knowledge? Because they can.
On a recent private flight from Canada to New Jersey, Bieber and son, that would be Justin, smoked so much pot that the flight attendant sought refuge in the cockpit. And the pilot and co-pilot wore oxygen masks to prevent their getting a second-hand high from the pot smoke filling the fuselage.
American Idol 2003 runner-up Clay Aiken announced that he is running for Congress as a Democrat in North Carolina.
(The) “…USPS could partner with banks to make a critical difference for millions of Americans who don’t have basic banking services…” — Sen. Elizabeth Warren (“Elizabeth Warren supports U.S. Post Offices becoming banks“)
There’s madness out there. It’s pervasive. Look around, you’ll see it.
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