OK, now that thing Peggy Noonan wrote about Tim Kaine’s hair makes sense. But that is not the point! The point is Tim Kaine made a crack about how John McCain can’t count very high, because John McCain is a rich man who makes his wife’s slaves do his counting for him. [YouTube]

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  1. But part of me tugs for Tim Kaine of Virginia, because he has a wonderful American Man haircut, not the cut of the man in first but the guy in coach who may be the air marshal. He looks like he goes once every 10 days to Jimmy Hoffa’s barber and says, “Gimme a full Detroit.” Detroit: that’s a place.
    – Peggy Noonan, from the article cited above

  2. From the same paragraph as the Detroit haircut quip, “I end with a thought on the upcoming announcements of vice presidential picks. Major props to both campaigns for keeping it tight . . .”

    “Major props to both campaigns for keeping it tight”? Did Jay-Z win a charity auction to write a sentence in Peggy Noonan’s column?

  3. I’d jst like to thank the editors for not doing a full post on that retarded Peggy Noonan column. I think she’s been sharing a bong with Maureen Dowd.

  4. I like the attitude — a smooth casual shiv, not some big “hey, I have a quip!” sorta production that is the major capability of the Bush/McCain crew.

  5. Worms, I hate worms, they drive me crazy. Crazy, I was crazy once. They put me in a home, you know. Then the worms came. Worms, I hate worms, they drive me crazy…
    – Peggy Noonan

  6. Just dandy, Kaine.
    But Nooney is loony. Kaine may be Detroit-coiffed but he’s not so “placed” either”: born in Minnesota, grew up in Missouri; those have M’s but they’re not Michigan! And he went to Honduras, then sweet Virginia…

  7. [re=64892]carerer[/re]: How the fuck would Peggy Noonan know what the haircut of somebody in coach class looks like? Jeebus, can you feel the contempt for the middle class and middle west dripping off her? What a hateful woman. Let’s not bring any more of her WSJ dreck here in this calm, thoughtful environment.

    I’m glad she’s not an elitist, though.

  8. …Im not sure why everyone is acting so condescending toward WALNUTS! about his multiple home. Whats wrong with having a vacation villa, weekend estate, holiday mansion and who doesn’t have a winter cabin and summer lodge! Anyone who owns less than 6 homes and makes less than 5 million dollars year is a dumpster trolling, street urchin that doesn’t deserve to clean the windshield of Cindy’s Buggati Veyron!!!

  9. On second thought that hair is perfect. It will reassure the part of the voting public that’s afraid the dems are all hippies, gays, and negroes. That haircut is worth at least 36 electoral votes my friends.

  10. >>Neither man has or gives a strong sense of place in the sense that American politicians almost always have,

    Like Mr. Bush from Mai…no, Connectic…no, Texas? Yeah, that’s it. Texas.

    Fucking retire, Peggy, you’re wasting Rupert’s money.

  11. That haircut would create the illusion that his head is square, if a little battered, if it wasn’t so easy to see right through it to the round.

    Maybe he sleeps in Mickey Mouse ears, and just woke up from a nap. Or he had his Princess Leah danish extensions ripped from his skull by a madman just prior to walking into the TV studio. And maybe I’m that madman, fingering that delicate horsehair while watching the Sorcerer’s Apprentice on one of my 24 analog television screens. Oh, the coming digital apocalypse.

  12. I like Kaine, but this isn’t 1992. Having two young guys was great then. Hope Hopey doesn’t have then confused with now.

    The haircut rocks. Could be even more wonderfully goofy. Looks like he could be play offensive tackle for the Green Bay Packers.

  13. [re=64904]V572625694[/re]: But he’s not some guy in coach, he’s an air marshal. And for some reason she knows what that person would look like.

  14. The hair does have the look of “What the fuck do you mean we’re tied in the polls” type desperation about it. Other than that, solid commentary.

  15. [re=64916]DoctorCulturae[/re]: “I like Kaine, but this isn’t 1992. Having two young guys was great then. Hope Hopey doesn’t have then confused with now.”

    The Villagers told Clinton the same thing in ’92. D-Rod “The Dean” Broder was Very Concerned that Bubba choose a Serious Person. Sam Nunn was a favorite then as now.

  16. It makes me proud to be an American to know that even a lawnmower collision victim can serve in high political office, as well as speak truth on a respected international media such as Youtube.

  17. One look at that hair and I’m in. I don’t care what he has to say, I’d vote for him based solely on that hair. That, amigos mios, is vice-presidential hair.

  18. You may be laughing now, but at this moment McCain’s staffers are furiously making John-boy memorize the exact number of states in case some liberal media member cracks wise to him about the exact number. You ever see this man try to count up to 50? You can smell the wood burning.

  19. [re=64912]4tehlulz[/re]: “>>Neither man has or gives a strong sense of place in the sense that American politicians almost always have, ”

    It’s true! McCain is a liberal, Hopey is a Neg er Boy, er inexperienced and incapable of filling the weighty shoes of Bush.

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