15 July 2010

Inconceivable!

I've been meaning to create a web image for this for a while. It should have a number of applications.

You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means:

Plus, fractal wrongness:

Fractal Wrongness

13 July 2010

Huh?

Ezra Klein offers us this puzzling graph:

Digby explains:

Americans worship winners and they don't really care about unfair process. This is the nation that reveres the quote “winning isn't everything, it's the only thing.”
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Similarly, the party in power is expected to do what's necessary to pass its agenda. If it can't, it is held responsible for the failure, not those who stopped them from doing it.
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And there is another dimension to this which especially applies to the Obama administration. Since he ran explicitly on the promise to end the bickering, change Washington and create a post-partisan consensus, people see the failure of those things to materialize as a measure of his failure to deliver on his promise.

We can expect more Republican obstructionism to come.

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Originally uploaded by Miniver Cheevy
Well, I should think so.