Republicans know this "slut" controversy has been a disaster for them politically, yet they were powerless to do anything about it. Powerless to stop it. That's because Republicans can't turn off the Noise Machine, even when it's in the throes of a nervous breakdown.
While conservatives and progressives will clearly disagree on the government's role in mandating vaccines, here's what we can agree on: Rick Perry did not have the best interest of our daughters' in mind at the time of his executive order.
Before the story completely fades from view, it's important to note that Fey's claim about Palin and rape kits was accurate, no matter what right-wing bloggers say as they continue their ongoing effort to whitewash the thorny issue.
A matter of days after losing everything they owned, including their home, their pets -- everything -- and all because of a delinquent $75 fee, Gene Cranick and his family were excoriated and teased by multimillionaire celebrity televangelist Glenn Beck.
It wouldn't occur to Malkin to question an expression of pride on someone else's part in seeing someone of their own heritage accomplish some notable thing, unless that someone happens to be a black or even the stray Arab.
Under scrutiny for the anti-government rhetoric of the Tea Party movement and its often violent imagery, right-wingers seemed anxious to hold up the Pentagon killer as proof they weren't responsible for every political act of violence.
Does the GOP choose the backward-looking, anti-immigrant route led by Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth, or the path toward real immigration solutions, led by Grover Norquist, who is supporting Hayworth's primary opponent John McCain?