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Correcting a Massive Typo by USA Today

Milt37 Wrote: Aug 16, 2012 12:00 PM
I'm not so sure Dairy Goat Awareness Week is benign. It has Harry Reid's sexual proclivities written all over it. How is that poor cow that he's allegedly having a "relationship" with finds out he's cheating with a dairy goat? I'm feta-ed up with all this nonsense. Next thing you know we're going to have Dairy Alligator Awareness Week. As soon as the feds spend billions of dollars developing a very short stool, and then more billions on studies before they realize alligators can't be milked, they'll start a program to come up with a cow-alligator hybrid!

Although this line is attributed to many people, Wikiquote says that Gideon Tucker was the first to warn us that “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.”

This cartoon about Keynesian economics sort of makes the same point, but not with the same eloquence.

But that’s not the point of this post. Instead, I want to focus on this grossly misleading headline in USA Today: “This Congress could be least productive since...

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