Specifically, Sprint argues that AT&T, in its April 21 filing with the FCC, makes numerous claims worthy of "Alice in Wonderland." For example, Sprint notes that AT&T claims that it doesn't compete with T-Mobile, despite listing T-Mobile as one of the five competitors consumers may choose from in an example of how "fiercely competitive" the market is.
But you know what makes me wince? What makes me wince is hearing Andrew Sullivan say that HRC's "real job is to get gay money to support healthcare reform" and that President Obama had "no verifiable record that he has done anything" to advance gay rights, and should "have a nice steaming cup of shut-the-fuck-up".
You see, as Plato taught us, some of us are born with gold souls, and are suited to rule. Others are born with silver or iron sous, and frankly can't be in the loop.
Especially since he -- as someone "just slightly to the left" of Ann Coulter -- supported invading Iraq, Iran, and Saudi Arabia... and said that "GWB George W. Bush blew it. George W. Bush failed to make the case. George W. Bush wasn't able to convince NATO--NATO!--or the United Nations of the necessity of this necessary war."
As a lifelong lefty of the commie- pinko-faggot variety, I was shocked to wake up one day and find myself just slightly to the left of far-far-right raving psycho superstar Ann Coulter. In a column she wrote for National Review Online two days after the September 11 attacks
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