Thursday, June 17, 2004

Inquiring Minds Want to Know

Via Hullabaloo, this cute comment from Rush Limbaugh:

LIMBAUGH: I remember way, way back in the '80s, at -- at one of the fractious moments when the militant feminists were ruling the roost and defining a lot of the national debate. ... The NAGs would have a press conference. Six NAGs would show up somewhere -- National Association of Gals -- don't misunderstand this, my pet name for the NOW gang. ... The NAGs don't represent the majority of female thought in this country, and they aren't -- they aren't determining who wins elections. White men are. And this is -- I'm not being sexist. This is just pure demographics.

Who taught Rush demographics? Who told him that white men vote in larger numbers than any other population segment? Probably the same person who taught him most of his politics.

And on the NPR today, I heard Rumsfeld defend the treatment of some ultra-important prisoner as 'humane'. How does Rummy define 'humane'?
I really want to know the answer to this question.