News Headline: “Rick Santorum blames ‘Will and Grace’ for gay rights.”
Which returns us to the question:
Who is to blame for Rick Santorum?
News Headline: “Are you sleeping too much?”
News Headline: “Do you talk too much?”
News Headline: “Is your car ready for winter?”
News Headline: “Are you breathing wrong?”
Will someone please get the Internet off our backs?
News Headline: “A ‘tech surge’ will probably still take weeks to fix Obamacare website.”
Add surges to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
We Have Seen the Present, and It Does Not Work:
British physicians are warned to avoid using the word “obese” when treating obese patients because the word “obese” can be considered “derogatory.”
News Headline: “”Nothing Ted Cruz said about the ACA today is true.”
Katharine Rylaarsdam, a Baltimore reader, writes:
“Shouldn’t we give him credit for thoroughness?”
News Headline: “GOP eyes Donald Trump for governor run.”
Fair warning to avert ours.
News Headline: “Donald Trump tells David Letterman: ‘I’m really definitely not’ running for governor.”
Our short national nightmare is over.
News Headline: “Mexican drug leader assassinated by clowns.”
Considering the world’s news, this may qualify as Today’s Chuckle.
News Item: “Hillary Clinton could win all 50 states running against Banana Republicans in 2016.”
D.A., a Washington D.C. reader, writes:
“Banana Republicans. We seem to guava winner here.”
Stop it now.
J.K., a Chicago reader, meanwhile writes:
“Would you please tell your readers that it isn’t ‘a penny for your thoughts,’ but ‘a penny for your thought’?”
Sorry. Ran out of space.
Maybe next time.
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