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Don’t Ask Me How I Got This

My high-powered lawyers are on stand-by in case things go beyond the denial strategy, but here goes, a Pomocon exclusive: Lena Dunham: Well, the thing I mentioned yesterday is actually much further along than that. Sally’s [ Ms. Dunham’s agent ] been emailing me about her negotiations . . . . Continue Reading »

He Talks to Us Like Children

And, his advertisements are even more insulting. C.J. Box at Ricochet discovers an Obama ad by Lena Dunham of GIRLS fame , which equates a young woman’s first time voting for a presidential candidate with her first time having, well, you know what. Don’t you want your first time to be . . . . Continue Reading »

Git-R-Done v. the Constitution

Scholars we pomocons like, such as Charles Kesler and Jeremy Rabkin, review Obama’s overall pattern of consulting the Constitution when considering action. And the overall pattern is by now clear: He doesn’t. H/T Instapundit. P.S. Anyone read much of the new Kesler book yet? . . . . Continue Reading »

Two Big Factors

So I was watching William Kristol and he said that this Romney ad on Medicare shows that the Romney campaign has embraced one “big fact.” The Medicare cuts in Obamacare have made Obama vulnerable on both the Medicare issue and the broader health care issue (and it distinguishes . . . . Continue Reading »

Some Ways to Not Ruin your Economy…

. . . even if, like Germany’s Gerhard Schröder, German Chancellor from 1998-2005, you are of the general social democrat mode, you rely on centralized government action too much, and you are not above stoking rabid denunciation of U.S. efforts to fight terrorism and WMD proliferation for . . . . Continue Reading »

Ruth Bader Ginsburg vs. U.S. Constitution

Steve Hayward’s cookin’ with gas over at Powerline : “But the prize for this week’s liberal obtuseness about the Constitution goes to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who told an Egyptian television audience that ‘I would not look to the U.S. Constitution if I . . . . Continue Reading »

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