People Magazine Makes A Huge Mistake

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People magazine has named Gwyneth Paltrow their Most Beautiful Woman In The World for 2013. Here at GraceLessLand we think they got that wrong, and here’s the cover People should have used:

The Most Beautiful Woman In The World

Pelosi Spars With Gingrich Over Who Knows What

Nancy Pelosi says she "knows something" about Newt Gingrich - he's just hoping she isn't going to tell about that time they did it like monkeys in the Cloak Room.

President, Congressional Leaders Strike Debt Agreement

President Barack Obama explains the reasoning behind doing just about nothing.

President Barack Obama and House and Senate leaders announced today they have reached an agreement on the U.S. debt. The plan calls for increasing the nation’s debt ceiling to avoid default, and then convening some kind of congressional committee later sometime to do something about reducing the deficit, maybe.

The plan might reduce spending by a trillion dollars someday, and there might also be tax reform to increase revenues, although no one is sure.

The agreement does clear the way for both Republicans and Democrats to move forward with their election campaigns without the distraction of taking care of the nation’s business, and without being pinned-down to any real policy that might prove unpopular with one or the others’ constituencies.

So after weeks of fighting, arguing, whining, moaning, crying, threatening, and acting like spoiled children, the nation’s leaders have decided to go back to business as usual.

Go figure.

Democrats Wallop Republicans 8-2

The 50th annual Congressional Baseball Game ended in an 8 – 2 victory for Democrats, who were spurred-on by their cheerleader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D – CA). “This is probably the only congressional battle we’re going to win for another year at least – so it feels great!” Pelosi said.

The game has been played since 1909 with sporadic interruptions for stuff like wars and depressions. Proceeds from the event go to charity.

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi congratulates the victors in the 50th annual Congressional Baseball Game.