The Week in Pictures: Oy Vey Edition

So did anything much happen this week?  I was traveling and missed the news.  Okay, not really, but one thing conspicuously missing from all of the triumphant editorial cartoons celebrating the gay marriage cases was any shred of wit or humor.  Talk about bringing out the bitterness of the Left even in victory.  Only Jay Leno seems to have found the mark:

Yesterday, the Supreme Court opened the door for same-sex marriage to resume in California. Apparently, the judges were really swayed by that Liberace movie.

Now that the Supreme Court has overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, this ruling means California gay guys can finally marry someone other than Liza Minnelli.

President Obama is currently on a week-long trip to Africa, where he will promote freedom, democracy, and economic opportunity. I guess he figured it hasn’t worked here — so try it somewhere else.

The Girl Scouts announced that their pension plan has a $347 million deficit. The Girl Scouts are $347 million in debt, so in addition to teaching girls about camping it also is preparing them for careers in government.

Meanwhile, David Letterman must be watching Leno’s ratings, and is now trying to get in on the act:

Certainly fits the Immigration Reform Bill

Another fine product of American education no doubt

Where is PETA when you need them?

I can't understand why more people aren't reading Fredrich Hayek.

And once again, because we can. . . and should:



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