… here on the east coast. Do you have your taxes done yet? No?
Flair, known as “The Nature Boy” in wrestling circles, retired two weeks ago from the world of professional wrestling after a career that spanned nearly four decades. He wasn’t born in North Carolina but has lived in Charlotte for most of his life, and had a huge fan following.
I don’t know whether to laugh, scream, cry and/or all of the above after seeing this (h/t: Jon Henke). The only thing I can add to Duane Patterson’s commentary about how two Senate leaders asserted over a month ago a higher Republican filibuster number and are now asserting that it’s lower is that I’m sure Hillary Clinton wishes that’s how people would count Barack Obama’s superdelegates.
A few days ago, I blogged about the disgraceful Jimmy Carter’s plans to meet with Hamas “leader” Khaled Meshal, in spite of the condemnations of many in Washington, DC. Senators Clinton and Obama issued tepid statements indicating they merely “disagreed” with Carter. Obama even went so far refused to criticize Carter, stating that it was not his place to do so.
With the controversy surrounding Barack Obama’s comments about “bitter” Pennsylvanians he made to a m/billionaire shindig a couple of Sundays ago still getting major play in both the blogosphere and media, the LA Times Top of the Ticket blog is conducting a poll to determine how many people out there are bitter versus those who aren’t. Here are the options: