Thursday, April 30, 2009

Afternoon eats: Split screen edition

a. David Weigel likes the idea of a Palin/Huckabee split screen.

b. Daily Kos is frightened with the prospect of a Palin/Bachmann split screen.

c. Bobby Jindal gets the Saints to stay on your Sunday split screen.

d. CNBC marks Obama's first 100 days with an Ensign/Warner split screen.

e. David Frum says a GOP split screen is good for the party.

f. This apartment is starving for an argument.

g. From "The Inventory of Goodbye" by Anne Sexton

I have a pack of letters,
I have a pack of memories.
I could cut out the eyes of both.
I could wear them like a patchwork apron.
I could stick them in the washer, the drier