Yep.
newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more: http://nyr.kr/Pa6hjP

Yep.

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more: http://nyr.kr/Pa6hjP

Reblogged from The New Yorker
Tags: social media
So many missteps.
thedailywhat:

Questionable Political Slogan of the Day: I’m beginning to think the Cain Train was never fitted with brakes.
A day after referring to Nancy Pelosi as “Princess Nancy” during the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate (later kinda, sorta recanting after being called on it), frontrunner Herman Cain introduced supporters in Michigan to his latest controversy-baiting slogan: “How do you beat Obama? Beat him with a Cain.”
Asked why he chose that term, given its racial connotations, Cain responded: “Cain. Herman Cain. C-A-I-N. Do I have to connect all the dots for you?”
Meanwhile, the “Beat him with a Cain” bumper sticker is already up on the Herman Cain 2012 Shop.
[atlantic / cbsnews / nyt / globe.]

So many missteps.

thedailywhat:

Questionable Political Slogan of the Day: I’m beginning to think the Cain Train was never fitted with brakes.

A day after referring to Nancy Pelosi as “Princess Nancy” during the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate (later kinda, sorta recanting after being called on it), frontrunner Herman Cain introduced supporters in Michigan to his latest controversy-baiting slogan: “How do you beat Obama? Beat him with a Cain.”

Asked why he chose that term, given its racial connotations, Cain responded: “Cain. Herman Cain. C-A-I-N. Do I have to connect all the dots for you?”

Meanwhile, the “Beat him with a Cain” bumper sticker is already up on the Herman Cain 2012 Shop.

[atlantic / cbsnews / nyt / globe.]

Reblogged from The Daily What