Caroline Glick: In order to get you to read my impenetrable and dust-dull analysis of local Israeli politics, I'm throwing a totally arbitrary pop-culture reference in the title.
Michelle Malkin: The coloreds are getting uppity again. This they call art?
Burt Prelutsky: Poor people are losers and no one should help them, because they are a bunch of bums who could get jobs if they really wanted them.
Kathleen Parker: Sure, you hear a lot about how Bush never goes to soldiers' funerals, and won't let the wounded or killed be shown on TV, and is begging for more troops while paring veteran's benefits to the bone, but what you don't hear is how Paul Wolfowitz bought a steak dinner for disabled vets!
Mike S. Adams: Muslims are jerks with no sense of humor, and also they talk funny.
Jason Apuzzo: Hollywood is full of leftist snobs who turn up their noses at the superior moral values of the heartland (completely irrelevant note: I live in Los Angeles), so it's up to conservative filmmakers to even the score by making movies middle-class midwesterners would really enjoy, like about "loopy Marxist academics" or "snotty West Hollywood liberals who drive gas-guzzling SUVs". Who wouldn't flock to see crowd-pleasers like that?
Mark Joseph: Hey, you guys should really check out Scott Stapp's new solo album! It's really, like, faithful, and it rocks and everything! What a bright future lies ahead for this exciting star! Oh by the way I produced his last album.