This week, America’s long-running and virtually unchanged gameshow Jeopardy! is featuring “Power Players,” which on Monday and Tuesday meant famous people in the arenas of news, politics, and books.
As expected, within a day of Jimmy Carter blaming racism for "an overwhelming portion of the intentionally demonstrated animosity toward Barack Obama," politicians — including many Democrats — began rushing to rebut the notion.
RNC's Michael Steele just now: "Too bad the chattering classes are too busy... to notice that a change is coming... this change, my friends, is being delivered in a teabag. And that's a wonderful thing."
Politics can be so boring some days, with people still talking about Rush Limbaugh and Obama's budgetary maneuvers, so instead we'll focus on Beyoncé, basketball and John Edwards' reported baby mama.
I know, craziest headline ever. But it's the truth! Rush Limbaugh not only loves Obama, he's totally gay for Obama, he probably voted for Obama, and he's got a shrine to pay homage to Obama.