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    Sunday Night Open — Maker’s Mark Surrenders

    Sunday Night Open — Maker’s Mark Surrenders

    I don’t claim to be a marketing genius, and I don’t drink much (at which point you collectively say, “that explains a lot”), but it truly made no sense to me when Maker’s Mark decided to dilute its bourbon.

    It has surrendered to the outcry:

    Did a random act of journalism take place? The left-wing Crooks and Liars is pretty upset with Chuck Todd, Chuck Todd Shamelessly Compares Elizabeth Warren to Ted Cruz:

    Actually, I’m pretty upset at the comparison as well. By the way, did you listen to the very last comment in the video? Warren v. Rubio in 2016.

    In other news … ?

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    I love the graphic in that screenshot. “New Senators traditionally hold back during first years.” Says so much. First off, it suggests that election to the Senate is a long-term thing. The whiny nature of the message “Maaaaaa!!!! Jimmy’s not playing fair!!!!” is annoying, as is the expectation that Cruz should do nothing but scrounge for table scraps from the seasoned veterans.

    And, since they brought up the idea of traditions, isn’t it tradition for the Senate to submit a budget? For the President to operate within the confines of the US Constitution? For the press to report the news? Why isn’t there a graphic bemoaning the deviations from those traditions (I ask rhetorically)?


     
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    ClinkinKy | February 18, 2013 at 1:01 am

    Our first “Native American” President. (Well, she does have “high cheek bones”:)

    Are Democrats going to run another freshman senator in 16? Heaven help us!

    Makers Mark surrendering and upping the alcohol content in their booze just goes to show that Hillary Clinton has finally accomplished SOMETHING.


     
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    snopercod | February 18, 2013 at 8:14 am

    Was Karl Rove advising Maker’s Mark? “You have to dilute your formula in order for people to buy it…”


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