Once again, having to start under horrific events here in this country. I really hate the fact that I can cross reference my thoughts to so many other events that have occurred over the years of a similar ilk. So I’m not going to, I’m just going to say this to Boston: Thank you. Thank you for once again, in the face of gross inhumanity, inspiring and solidifying my belief in humanity and the people of this country. So, thank you for everything that you’ve done. It’s quite a little city you’ve got going on up there.
New Yorkers and Boston have kind of a little bit of a competition, often times the two cities accusing the other of various levels of suckitude. But it is in situations like this that we realize that it is clearly a sibling rivalry, and that we are your brothers and sisters in this type of event. As a city that knows the feeling of confusion, anger and grief, and chaos that comes with these events, I can tell you, from personal experience, you’ve got a hell of a city going there. And you’ve done an incredible job in the face of all this.
Boston, you’re my home. Thoughts are with my beloved city.
RNC Sign holder trolls NBC News
Romney 2012: “I don’t manage the money that I have. In order make sure that I didn’t have a conflict of interest while I was governor or while I was considering a run for national office, I had a blind trust established.”
Romney 1994: “The blind trust is an age-old ruse, if you will, which is to say, you can always tell the blind trust what it can and cannot do. You give a blind trust rules.”
“I learned an important lesson about the kind of people drawn to web operations. Many of them had no connection to the kinds of ethics and training that were so essential in journalism. Talking about the public’s right, and need, to know with some of those folks was like talking to frogs about poetry.” - Former Britannica.com editor Charlie Madigan.
Screw you, man. Somebody sounds grumpy because they got their ass kicked by Wikipedia. Ya know… a “web operation.”