I did it in NYTimes in USA and Observer in Britain for friends who consider themselves Family of Peace, and know … pic.twitter.com/jCrvRPI4KR
— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) September 21, 2014
Surrender we much … we must and we will much … about … that … be committed. Or something.
Booyah! ISIS problem solved (if they subscribe to the NYT)!!!!!!! http://t.co/SXtHoPnu7A
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) September 21, 2014
@JonahNRO Family of Peace sounds like a sex cult from SVU
— john r stanton (@dcbigjohn) September 21, 2014
@yokoono Great. Hopefully my in laws who subscribe to the Times via my sister in law will actually pay attention to the message.
— Molly Malone (@anglophilelady) September 21, 2014
@yokoono Problem solved! Why didn't you do this years ago & spare us all the wars? OK barbarians, stop sawing heads off. Yoko said so.
— John Sheridan (@JohnSheridan12) September 21, 2014
— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) September 21, 2014
@JonahNRO fascist typography IMHO
— Steven (@TinMachineII) September 21, 2014
— Ali Fareed MC (@AliAliFareedMC) September 21, 2014
@JonahNRO Can't we force ISIS to listen to her music for a week?
— A Raised Eyebrow (@ARaised_Eyebrow) September 21, 2014
Our nation does not torture folks like that.
Rut-roh … wonder if Brad Woodhouse has gone into hiding. Who could blame him? After this morning’s craptastic news that the economy shrank by 2.9 percent in the first quarter, we’re guessing the last thing the former DNC comms director wants to do is face the music:
It’s really something:
Awk-ward! For him, that is. Because as lousy as the economic news is for us, there’s still a silver lining: Brad Woodhouse has further cemented his reputation as a colossal jackass. And that, friends, is schadenfreudelicious:
He’s getting used to it.
Bon appétit, Brad.
Hard to argue with that assessment:
Especially when you consider Washington Free Beacon reporter Lachlan Markay’s take:
Oh hells yes.
Make it happen, Hollywood!