Low Popahirum, National Edition (4-3-14)

So why we should be surprised at ‘stinkburger?’ As Lucianne.com drily noted on its post this morning, What next? Republicans are “poopyheads?” – Michael Walsh/PJ Media

“I have devoted most of my life to understanding the principles that enable people to improve their lives. It is those principles—the principles of a free society—that have shaped my life, my family, our company and America itself.” – Charles Koch/WSJ

You’re a slippery one, Mr. Obama. I feel like I’m beginning to learn your language, although I haven’t deciphered the entire code. I do know that, essentially, when you say a certain thing, what you really mean is anything but the thing you just said.” – Matt Walsh

“The soldier who shot three people to death at Fort Hood apparently did not see combat during a tour in Iraq three years ago but was clearly troubled, under treatment for depression and anxiety and being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder.” – NBC News

No, Mr. President. No way, Mr. President. We do not accept, we do not acquiesce in, this deplorable piece of legislation. The debate is not over. The debate will continue. It must continue. What is at stake is sound health care policy for America. But what is also at stake is reversing your attempt, Mr. President, to transform a free country committed to limited government into merely another nation burdened with the worst aspects of big-government nanny-statism.” – Bill Kristol/Weekly Standard

Let’s see if we can guess who’s who in this New Cold War scenario. Troops and materiel have been shifted around on one side, and the other side demands an explanation of what intent lies behind those moves. This refers to the massive buildup on the Russia-Ukraine border, right, with NATO demanding the answers? Er … not exactly. In this case, it’s more like the classic line, ‘Mom — he hit me back!’” – Hot Air

“Finally, someone has come up with a way to settle the debate over climate change: Put the people on the wrong side of the argument in cages.” – Jonah Goldberg/National Review

“Speaker John Boehner is running his first television advertisement in four years. The ad is on the air in the Cincinnati and Dayton television markets until April 16, according to sources who track advertising.” – POLITICO

“An Obama administration plan to give up oversight of certain technical Internet functions could open the door to a takeover by authoritarian regimes, Republican lawmakers claimed Wednesday.” – National Journal

“Sharyl Attkisson, reporter extraordinaire formerly of CBS News, has been in dogged pursuit of the truth about the Benghazi attack for a long time, and she hasn’t let up.” – Twitchy

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