Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Arugulagate!

In a desperate bid to turn a forgettable comment into an "Al Gore says he invented the internet" meme, Michelle Malkin accidentally discovers the reductio ad absurdum of pundit stupidity:
Like Bates asked: “What is it about Democratic presidential candidates and upscale leafy vegetables?”

I dunno what it is, it could be.. wait.. what's that.. it's

Ahi Tuna-gate!
McCain "Family Recipes" Lifted from the Food Network

On a section of McCain's site called "Cindy's Recipes," you can find seven recipes attributed to Cindy McCain, each with the heading "McCain Family Recipe." Ms. Handel quickly realized that some of the "McCain Family Recipes," were in fact, word-for-word copies of recipes on the Food Network site.

Left unstated in the scandal, is why straight-shooter John "My Wife Bought Me Eight Mansions" McCain would dine on such elitist fare as 'Ahi Tuna with Napa Cabbage Slaw' and 'Passion Fruit Mousse.' But I guess the life of a kept man, even a straight-shooting maverick, is a comfortable one.

3 comments:

Southern Beale said...

Michelle Malkin accidentally discovers the reductio ad absurdum of pundit stupidity...

Or, to keep the theme going, the "radicchio ad absurdum."

Just sayin'!

ntodd said...

I like Ahi Tuna. Arugula sounds too much like a Model T Ford honking at me.

Bunter said...

Please let this election season end. I don't know how much more stupidity from any form of media I can take.