Via FOB Mike Hayne @mikehayne
Oh yes she di-id!
Kristin Chenoweth adapted her famous song "Popular" from the Broadway hit "Wicked" by belting out a tribute to Anthony Weiner, er, Carlos Danger.
I'm growing a little weary of all the coverage of this scandal, but when Team Danger (Weiner’s communications director Barbara Morgan) does things like trash a former intern (Olivia Nuzzi) by calling her a fame hungry “bitch” who “sucked” at her job, a “slutbag,” “twat,” and “cunt” while threatening to sue her, it renews my interest:
“And then like she had the fucking balls to like trash me in the paper. And be like, ‘His communications director was last the press secretary of the Department of Education in New Jersey,” Morgan said. “You know what? Fuck you, you little cunt. I’m not joking, I am going to sue her.”
Nuzzi said she accepted Morgan’s apology in a post on her Twitter page Wednesday morning.
I don't know about you, but I teared right up when I saw the beautiful sight of these beautiful Newtown kids singing with a beautiful Jennifer Hudson.
As for other reactions, well, it's hard to top these:
And now for a counter argument, the slightly less popular, NRA marching band! #superbowl
— Jamie Kilstein (@jamiekilstein) February 3, 2013
@gottalaff Odds that Rush Limbaugh accuses the NFL for exploiting the Newtown tragedy?
— Geoff from the 'Rose (@GeofFromTheRose) February 3, 2013
Already not breathing. Choked through tears. Now Alicia Keys is finishing me off with Brilliant Anthem. Love our Troops RT @gottalaff Tears.
— Moosie (@MaMoosie) February 3, 2013
This rendition by Kelly Clarkson brought me to tears.
This entire Inauguration Day has been memorable, touching, heartfelt, exciting, and-- wait for it-- even progressive. The president gave a wonderful speech which included a few firsts, very welcome firsts.
And the day isn't even over yet.
And Kelly Clarkson should be proud. She nailed it.
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