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April 29, 2012
Steyn on 'our president's curious cool'
For your gastronomical enjoyment, I give you Mark Steyn: Axelrod, an early tweeter of Romney doggie digs, has now figured out that the subject is no longer profitable for his boss. The dogs he let slip aren't quite that savvy. Jeremy Funk, communications director of "Americans United for Change," is still bulk-e-mailing links to the dogsagainstromney.com video "Should We Have a President Who Isn't Even Qualified to Adopt a Pet?" Confronted by the revelation that his preferred candidate only swings by the Humane Society for the all-you-can-eat buffet, he huffs that this is "false equivalence." "A six-year-old with no choice in the matter" is not the same as a grown man choosing to place his dog on the roof of his vehicle. My Canadian compatriot Kate McMillan, a dog breeder, advised Mr. Funk to "try this experiment-sit a normal, American 6 year old down at a plate and tell him it's dog meat. Watch what happens." For their next exploding cigar, the Democrats chose polygamy....(Read Full Post)