Automotive Industry Saved + Underwear Bombs + Gay Marriage and Mullets – Heller’s Monoblog
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- Despite writing a New York Times commentary in 2008 saying the federal government should let Detroit go belly up, Mitt Romney this week took credit for saving the auto industry. That may seem to be an obvious fib. But only if you look at it from a truthfulness standpoint.
- The CIA says it has foiled a second underwear bomber attack. I don’t know about you but this underwear trend is scaring me. Maybe it’s time we made it a rule that if you fly, you have to go commando.
- Voters in North Carolina OKed a ban on gay marriage. And while they were at it, they also banned the Flintstone’s theme song because it talks about having a “gay old time.”
- How unpopular is President Obama in West Virginia? In the Democratic primary there this week, 41 percent of the vote went to a guy with a mullet who’s in prison in Texas. But as the president’s spin team pointed out, it was a particularly impressive mullet.
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