To the People

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or TO THE PEOPLE.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

My Wednesday List of People to Bash

First, the quote of the day.
Beset by discouraging polls and division within ideological ranks, the White House is accelerating efforts to woo back disaffected conservatives and energize the Republican base in a reprise of a strategy that succeeded in the last two campaign cycles.
Some conservatives said it is too late. "They honestly need a baseball bat against the head," said Republican pollster Frank Luntz, who helped Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) take over Congress in the 1990s. "Because if they don't change the lexicon immediately, as bad as this election is going to be, they're going to lose the presidency in 2008. I've given up on 2006. They've already made so many mistakes, there's no way they can fix it in two weeks. But I'm worried now they're going to lose all the marbles."
Now, my list of other people who need a baseball bat against the head.

--Tom Cruise, for toying with us by only pretending to leave Earth.
--Kate Moss, for drinking and smoking and showing her panties off while pregnant.
--The editors of Vogue, for making me look at Paris Hilton's breasts. My eyes! My eyes!
--Elisabeth Hasselbeck, for complaining about an episode of Law & Order.

Two of the links above I stole from Liz Kelly, who also has a good post today about dressing up as celebrities for Halloween.