News Roundup for 3/9/10

Flying saucer crashed into capitol dome
Scene at the Capitol today

-Headline of the day-
"First same-sex couple weds in D.C."

Witness the end of the United States of America, as two lesbians with crazy hair get married in the nation's capital:

Notice how one of them mocks God by being named Angel. According to the report, the two "met in a constitutional law class at the University of the District of Columbia. They wed at the office of the Human Rights Campaign, along with two other couples." No doubt they'll both go on to become activist judges. (Think Progress)

-Gus Porter, American Legend-
Last night, I was screwing around on Funny or Die and came across this. This is how Sarah Palin should've handled her harrowing experience with Communist healthcare in Canada:

"Don't give it to me in Nazi distance!" (Funny or Die)

-Bonus HotD-
"Websites like Drudge can spread viruses, 'non-partisan' techie warned Senate."

The Drudge Report can give you cooties. This according to IP staffers at the Senate's environment committee, who warn that the site is a source of "virus infections" and "popup ads." The committee has flagged Drudge as a site staffers should avoid.

Of course, Drudge denies it, but the article tells us "a CNET report on Tuesday notes that readers have complained about suspicious malware on the site today."

Remember kids, friends don't let friends visit Drudge. At least, not without a raincoat. (Raw Story)

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