It’s Friday morning, so it must be time for links:
- Mark Levin doesn’t understand the conservative support of Chris Christie for president. Citing Ann Coulter’s push to get Christie in the race for 2012, he writes:
Does she support his positions on: gun control, amnesty, the appointment of an Islamist to the bench, the green agenda, his campaigning for Mike Castle, his MIA on health care litigation, etc.; and how does she think this would energize the base outside of New Jersey? Has the Tea Party even in NJ been pushing for his candidacy? No. Yes, he’s solid in his YouTube battles with teachers and his efforts to try and address NJ’s budget problems, the outcome of which have yet to be determined. But the federal government is a vast enterprise that requires a solid conservative at the helm, especially now.
- As if Justin Bieber weren’t everywhere before, his comments about abortion in a recent Rolling Stone interview have made headlines in pro-life media:
About abortion, Bieber said: “I really don’t believe in abortion. It’s like killing a baby?”
Orthodox. Faithful. Free.
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But he backed down when asked to talk about abortion in cases of rape or incest: “Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that.”
I suppose this is a good thing, though I’m just not terribly impressed. But maybe his hair is clouding my judgment. What do you think?