The Week in Politics


Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party.


Let’s get right to this week’s psychobabble because that’s why we’re all here.

First, we don’t need an app for everything and the news should stop giving all of them free promotion. This week’s idiot app was reported on by ace D.C. reporter Mola Lengh from WUSA9 who went to a “sketchy” neighborhood because he has a new app that says where “sketchy” neighbors are lurking. And while he was there babbling into his Mr. Microphone, the news truck was robbed.

Cut to the National Republican Congressional Committee, which just can’t stop playing with the truth. For the second time, they’ve been spotted making fake one-page websites. This time, they made 12 of them, all disguised to look like local news sources reporting fairly on Democrats. Until the second sentence, when they not-so-subtly start trashing everything Democratic and and squeezing the dreaded Obamacare care word into their babbling.

But the winner also happens to be the longstanding psychobabble queen. Two weeks ago we asked what in the world was going to be on Sarah Palin’s new Internet TV channel, and now we have an answer.

The channel is an outlet for her to continue cutting through the muckity muck of politics in her own mind. Check out this transcript of some kind of response she made to something that Elizabeth Warren might have said:

“Wait, I thought fast food joints, hurh. Don’t you guys think that they’re like of the Devil or somethin’ I was. Liberals, you want to send those evil employees who would dare work at a fast food joint then ya just don’t believe in, thought you wanted to, I dunno, send them to Purgatory or somethin’ so they all go VEGAN and, uh, wages and picket lines I dunno they’re not often discussed in Purgatory, are they? I dunno why are you even worried about fast food wages because dh.”

Talk about sketchy neighbors.


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