Wednesday wackos!…..and ‘Critic’s Corner’


"They have attached a poison pill — literally, colleagues — because it will kill 8,100 more people more than would have otherwise been killed from pollution,”.. “They attach that to the payroll tax cut,”.... "So we have that for a Christmas gift."

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), not exactly known for rational thought, on the GOP house bill recently passed….You people in California deserve EVERY idiot you send to Washington!

“Since January, more than a dozen states have advanced new voting measures. Some of these new laws are currently under review by the Justice Department, based on our obligations under the Voting Rights Act,”... “Although I cannot go into detail about the ongoing review of these and other state law changes, I can assure you that it will be thorough — and fair. We will examine the facts and we will apply the law.”

Attorney General Eric Holder telling several states they can’t DARE ask voters for ID when casting ballots! God forbid!!!

Seems the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board will allow the signatures of Mickey Mouse and Adolf Hitler to count in the attempt to recall Governor Scott Walker. Gee! Wonder what the political make up of this esteemed group is…hmm….Read more here: WIS OFFICIALS WILL ACCEPT MICKEY MOUSE, HITLER SIGNATURES ON RECALL DOCUMENTS

There’s absolutely NOTHING these people will not try!



'X Factor's' Simon Cowell

* What would TV talent shows be without a voting controversy?

The latest show to run the “how could they” gauntlet is Fox’s under-performing The X Factor (Fox, tonight, 8 ET/PT), which could use any attention-getting gimmick it can find. (Which makes you wonder … but never mind.)

This fuss involves judge Nicole Scherzinger‘s decision to purposely deadlock the panel last week, passing the decision on to the voters — who decided to vote out Rachel Crow.

The 'Factor's' Nicole Scherzinger

Considering Scherzinger is being paid to judge, it would be nice if she did so.

Still, the show’s rules allow her to abdicate, which means while doing so might be unwise, it isn’t unfair.

If viewers wanted Crow to stay, they should have voted for her.

That’s how democracy works, even on TV.

* Want your kids to see talent of a different grade and kind? Sit them down at PBS for Live From Lincoln Center‘s broadcast of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker (8 ET/PT, times may vary).

CSI's Hall

* Here’s good news for fans of Robert David Hall’s Dr. Robbins.

His role expands on CSI (CBS, 10 ET/PT) when his wife discovers a naked dead man. In their bedroom.

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