Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The Idiotic Susan Rice" (above) and "Sunset Jackson" (which I will include tomorrow) were Sunday comics. He did two for a change. Why two? He was afraid C.I. might 'bench him.' If Third goes on too long, C.I. will tell Isaiah to take the day off. And so Isaiah did both of those comics before he joined us for Third.
They're great comics. Hillary is 44 came up with a new post entitled "Unravel #4: Egypt - Why Won't Obama Demand Morsi Resign? :"
January 2011 it was obvious to all but the Hopium Guzzlers what would happen in Egypt and Egypt is game over:
“The boobery from Obama has been ceaseless. From the first Obama pandered to Arabs and Muslims and snubbed Israel. Obama thought that if he strapped on a ukulele and sang “Tip Toe Through The Tulips With Me” theDuring that season of gullibility and fantasy-politik Obama and the foolish assured us that the Muslim Brotherhood constituted too small a group, that it was unpopular, and that in either case the Muslim Brotherhood had forsworn running a candidate in Egyptian elections.
gangsgovernments of the Middle East would sing along. But these governments have interests and strategies that will not be swayed by Obama’s flood of words, backed up by more words and yet more words. Weakness is not respected in the Middle East and Barack Obama is weak and foolish. [snip]
In most if not all instances, the revolution in the streets, hailed in the West as steps forward, ended in theocracy and authoritarianism. The people are tools to establish dictatorships. The hopes that start with calls from the street for democracy - end in small groups of men who seize power and throttle the voice of the people.”
The well organized Muslim Brotherhood not only fielded a presidential candidate. He won. The Muslim Brotherhood candidates also gobbled up the legislature. We were then assured the Egyptian courts and the military would block the crazies – as if the entire Muslim Brotherhood was not “the crazies”.
Subsequently, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Morsi declared himself authority over the military and removed Egyptian military officials that might block his full control. That much power was not enough for the Muslim Brotherhood.
"The Good Wife" airs on CBS every Sunday night.
The best part of the latest episode? Stockard Channing as Alicia's mother.
Alicia's brother hasn't been on in awhile -- 2nd season? -- and I have thought about that from time to time and wondered why he wasn't on. He came back.
Is that the same actor?
I don't remember the brother being that boring.
And this in an episode when he lies under oath so that Stockard can get money from a dead man she was living with.
He was so boring.
Alicia and Diane worked on a case. I should be interested in that. I wasn't.
They won. Good on that.
Kalinda popped up but had no real purpose.
Carey was beat up last week, remember?
He tells everyone he got elbowed in a basketball game.
He tells everyone that.
Even Kalinda's husband. Whom Carey knows had him beat up.
He also appeared to make a threat against the man letting him know that he worked for the state (Peter) and he still had contacts there.
The real news, the only big news, of the episode is that Jackie (Peter's mom) and Stockard can't stand each other.
They really can't stand each other. But that wasn't the big news.
As Stockard told Alicia she needed to divorce Peter (everyone gathered at Alicia's for Thanksgiving dinner -- even Jackie, her caretaker and Peter) and right after she told Peter Alicia would never divorce him so he needed to do the right thing and divorce her, Alicia grabbed Peter and told him she needed help in the other room.
They go into another room and Alicia tells Peter she wants to make love as she shoves him onto a chair. She gets on his lap, facing him and he asks if this is because of her mother? She responds yes and they start making out.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"