Republicans rip Obama over insufficient budget cuts.

Well, of course they do! After all, they were so good at budget cuts themselves with 6 years of unfettered power and a limp, frightened opposition!

One can only presume they would’ve gotten around to budget cuts later on in their permanent Republican majority.

It’s like they’re working overtime in the Stupid Factory.

Update: The great Jesse Taylor (since I shook his hand once and told him how much I enjoyed his work, I’m positive he’d remember me, Great American that I am) offers yet another example of The Stupid. And hypocritical. Check the links and you’ll see what we’re talking about.

Judge hits White House with preservation order.” Regarding preserving electronic messages.

How about we all just concede that the Bush Administration doesn’t care what some stupid judge says?

“Half of primary-care doctors in survey would leave medicine.”

In other news, 90% of all Americans would also leave their jobs “if they had an alternative.”

How the GOP scares Jews.”

Isn’t it how the GOP scares pretty much everyone without a functioning brain?

Mortgage forgiven to woman who shot self.”

Finally! An answer for all those struggling homeowners!

“Bush to keep troop levels in Iraq for ’08.”

Who could’ve guessed? Well, Atrios and his readers, for 100,000 or so. I suspect there are more.

Hilariously and horrifyingly predictable.

I find it amusing that nobody in the Corporate Media is even mentioning that Bush and Cheney just might be skipping the GOP Convention because, well, most people despise them.

From the Dept. of Funny Headlines: “FEMA vows to be ‘proactive this time.'” That’s great news! I mean, who could have seen Katrina coming?

Still can’t get a clue on Palin. All I’m sure of now is that she’ll energize those single-issue abortion voters, maybe get some NRA men on board, and give Senator McCain some masturbation fantasy material.

Off to spend Memorial Day Sunday with some quality family time. We’re sending a boy off to the Navy. God bless him.

Update: Ana Marie sort of does the trick, though it is in a blog post, which not so many people read.