Saturday, September 19, 2009
Seems as if Citizen Sarah is doing quite well handling civilian life:
A true fan of former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is paying $63,500 to have dinner with her.
Cathy Maples of Huntsville, Ala., on Friday won the dinner in an Internet auction, which was a benefit for a charity that aids wounded veterans.
Maples says she fully supports the military and the men and women fighting for this nation. Maples, who owns a defense contracting company, also says she's a "big advocate" for Palin, and would love to see her as president.
Palin offered the dinner as part of the charity auction onfor the Ride 2 Recovery program, which supports wounded veterans through cycling programs.
Organizers say the winner will have to foot the travel bill to meet up with Palin, likely in Alaska. Maples says that's no problem.
Friday, September 18, 2009
Awwwwww, poor Chrissy's got his panties all in a bunch because conservative books have been dominating the New York Times best-seller's list of late. Guess this says a lot about what Chrissy-poo thinks about their readers as well. No comment yet from Jimmy Carter to see if he can look into Chrissy's brain to tell if he's a reverse RACIST!!! or not.
President Barack Obama, seeking to make a case for health-insurance regulation, told a poignant story to a joint session of Congress last week. An Illinois man getting chemotherapy was dropped from his insurance plan when his insurer discovered an unreported gallstone the patient hadn't known about.Indeed, the Liar-in-Chief's reputation for being dishonest is starting to become well-earned.
"They delayed his treatment, and he died because of it," the president said in the nationally televised address.
In fact, the man, Otto S. Raddatz, didn't die because the insurance company rescinded his coverage once he became ill, an act known as recission. The efforts of his sister and the office of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan got Mr. Raddatz's policy reinstated within three weeks of his April 2005 rescission and secured a life-extending stem-cell transplant for him. Mr. Raddatz died this year, nearly four years after the insurance showdown.
Obama aides say the president got the essence of the story correct. Mr. Raddatz was dropped from his insurance plan weeks before a scheduled stem-cell transplant.
Give a Hollywood actress a prominent role in a movie as a man-hating, lesbian serial killer and suddenly they're suddenly they're a lightweight, liberal "activist" now refusing to get married....all in the name of "gay rights" of course:
Actress Charlize Theron has no plans to marry her boyfriend of eight years, Stuart Townsend until there is marriage equality. On Thursday's episode of 'The View,' the actress revealed, ""I don't want to get married because right now the institution of marriage feels very one-sided, and I want to live in a country where we all have equal rights," Theron said.Hey Charlize there's a hunger shortage in the world today too, why don't you do something about that and yunno....stop eating too? Better yet, why not just "marry" a woman? 6 states allow you to do that now, yunno? Always funny when idiot celebrities are taken seriously by the liberal media for having idiot "political" stances--no disrespect to Charlize of course, who obviously can only love a man who caters to her wishes. Funny that.
"I have so many friends who are gays and lesbians who would so badly want to get married, that I wouldn't be able to sleep with myself," she added.
Any wonder why so many TV scribes are hoping that Leno's new show fails? Whether you like him or not, Leno makes fun of everybody regardless of ideology, while his chief rival Letterman only slams the GOP and conservatives. To think, Letterman's only winning the late-night TV battle now because Leno moved to a different time-slot.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
4 innocent kids tagged as "rapists", names and faces all over the news and papers and we still don't know hardly anything about the lying accuser, who will most likely get off scot-free for this mess. All because the liberal media tells us that a woman couldn't possibly lie about being raped. Sexist, double standard much?
Republicans succeeded in drawing overwhelming support from Democrats Thursday to eliminate federal funding to a now-scandalized ACORN, the community organizing group that has come under heavy fire in the wake of damaging undercover videos that purport to show counselors giving advice on tax fraud to a "pimp" and "prostitute."
The House voted 345-75 to strike ACORN funding from a student aid bill with two voting present.
Later, the Senate voted 85-11 to eliminate ACORN funding from an Interior Department spending bill.
In the House, the Defund ACORN Act prohibits any "federal contract grant, cooperative agreement or any other form of agreement (including a memorandum of understanding" from being awarded to or entered into with the group. It also prohibits federal funds "in any other form" from being provided.
In the Senate, the Protect Taxpayers from ACORN Act blocks the group from receiving taxpayer dollars.
Two young conservative activists and a grassroots organization get away with exposing systematic corruption within a taxpayer-funded, liberal, non-for-profit group? What were all those Democrats thinking denying ACORN funds like this? Don't they know how RACIST!!! this is?
Hypocrisy in action, any wonder this man was such an utter FAIL as President?
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Think Barry owes Kanye a Beer Summit after this misstep?
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When even leftist comics who like to play political pundit from time to time are making fun of your biased ass, you know something's really not right with the world.
Just in case you haven't seen enough of him, Barry will be doing an appearance on all the Sunday talk shows this weekend to talk about healthcare-- except for the only network that refuses to kiss his ass, FOX:
FNC's Neil Cavuto took a satirical look at the White House passing on FOX as part of Pres. Obama's Sunday show rounds.In related news, Barry will be the only guest on David Letterman Monday night.Can you say "overexposed"?
"Fox ain't on the list," said Cavuto, adding, "I'm here to tell you, Mr. President, it's ok. I'm ok. But this ain't sitting well with other broadcasters you are leaving out. You didn't hear it from me, Mr. President, but I'm told the folks at ESPN are furious. ESPN-2, too, and the the Speed Channel..."
Cavuto even used a clip from the children's channel Sprout, saying, "they've reduced themselves to begging."
"Not here, Mr. President, we're too classy for that sort of thing. We don't beg," said Cavuto.
We haven't heard yet from FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace. But he'll be making his rounds later this week promoting the show and will probably have something to say about his non-Obama booking.
In an interview with the liberal men's magazine Esquire that's supposed to be about his take on ObamaCare as well as his own fight for healthcare reform while he was President, Slick Willie couldn't resist taking a shot at former President Bush:
"George Bush ran a brilliant campaign in 2000 — that compassionate-conservative thing was just brilliant — and it got him close enough that he got into the Supreme Court and they issued what I think is one of the five most reprehensible decisions in the history of the Supreme Court. And they were embarrassed about it, because if you read the decision, it says, 'Now, unlike our other decisions, this has no precedential value; you can never cite this decision in any other case for the rest of eternity, this is only a one-off.' I mean, they know better. They knew better than to do what they were doing — it was just a pure, naked political deal, but anyway, it happened and Gore was a good man and he honored the traditions of America and he thought the principle of judicial review and the role of the Supreme Court was important enough not to attack it, and he took it in good grace."
Once again, Bill Clinton proves that he's full of sh-t. Forget that Al Gore couldn't even win his home state in 2000. Or that Clinton himself has said it was a bad move by Gore not to use him enough on the campaign trail (Gore wanted no part of the Adulterer-In-Chief after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, despite the fact that Slick Willie was still popular with most Americans right before he left office). Or that it was sore-loser Gore who went to the courts first demanding recounts until somebody could find enough votes for him to win. Or that even the New York Times did a count concluding that Bush would've won Florida. Revisionist history is such a trademark of the Left and 9 years later some people still can't accept the truth. So sad.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Bush also is quoted as saying Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was "being put into a position she is not even remotely prepared for" after McCain announced her as his vice presidential running mate.
“I’m trying to remember if I’ve met her before. I’m sure I must have.” His eyes twinkled, then he asked, “What is she, the governor of Guam?”
Everyone in the room seemed to look at him in horror, their mouths agape. When Ed told him that conservatives were greeting the choice enthusiastically, he replied, “Look, I’m a team player, I’m on board.” He thought about it for a minute. “She’s interesting,” he said again. “You know, just wait a few days until the bloom is off the rose.” Then he made a very smart assessment.
“This woman is being put into a position she is not even remotely prepared for,” he said. “She hasn’t spent one day on the national level. Neither has her family. Let’s wait and see how she looks five days out.” It was a rare dose of reality in a White House that liked to believe every decision was great, every Republican was a genius, and McCain was the hope of the world because, well, because he chose to be a member of our party.
John McCain, already immensely unpopular with the extreme-Right, had no choice but to pick Sarah Palin as his running mate. It was strictly a strategic decision and she did galvanize the GOP. But Bush was right, Palin was highly unprepared for the national stage, much less the sexist treatment she'd get from the liberal media. But at the end of the day no matter who McCain picked for his VP, there was no way he was beating Obama. In fact, I still feel McCain's best hope for the presidency would've been Hillary Clinton being the Democratic nominee.
President Barack Obama called hip-hop musician Kanye West a "jackass" during an off-the-record moment while conducting an interview Monday with CNBC, an ABC News anchor reported on Twitter.
Obama was apparently weighing in on an incident that occurred the night before during the MTV Video Music Awards where West grabbed the microphone from teen country singer Taylor Swift to announce his belief that Beyonce had a better music video.
"Pres. Obama just called Kanye West a 'jackass' for his outburst at VMAs when Taylor Swift won. Now THAT'S presidential," "Nightline" co-anchor Terry Moran wrote Monday evening to his more than 1 million followers.
The tweet forced the network to issue an apology after the Internet quickly became abuzz over the stunning quote published on the microblogging site.
An ABC spokesperson said, "In the process of reporting on remarks by President Obama that were made during a CNBC interview, ABC News employees prematurely tweeted a portion of those remarks that turned out to be from an off-the-record portion of the interview," Politico reported. "This was done before our editorial process had been completed. That was wrong. We apologize to the White House and CNBC and are taking steps to ensure that it will not happen again."
Moran's tweet has since been deleted, but can still be accessed.
West, who is no stranger to controversy, apologized for the incident following Sunday night's MTV broadcast and again Monday night during an interview on the premiere of NBC's "Jay Leno Show."
The White House had no immediate comment on the matter, Politico reported.
Damn. Guess somebody needs to let that idiot Glenn Back know about this matter--yunno, Obama going after one of his own like this surely proves that he can't be a "racist", right? Anyway, people need to move on from this episode. Kanye's apologized like 3 times already, Beyonce made a classy move later in the show to let Taylor Swift have her shine and people have been pulling stunts and interrupting awards shows since the beginning of time. When Kanye made that dumb remark about George W. Bush not caring about Black people, people (esp. on the Left) loved him. Now he interrupts some young, white, blonde country singer's acceptance speech on MTV and America's latent racism comes out. Funny that.
Monday, September 14, 2009
I know most people probably remember Patrick Swayze for "Ghost" and the classic "Outsiders", but my favorite Swayze flick was definitely "Road House", where he starred as a bouncer who used his smarts and fists to take out bad guys. Then there was this the classic appearance Swayze made with the late Chris Farley on "SNL" that's still a riot to this day. Either way, when news first leaked out that Swayze had cancer it bothered me because he always seemed like one of the few good guys in Hollywood and worse yet, he was still so young. He battled it tho and after a brave fight, now he's passed away still too soon. Prayers for his family.
Another example of the depths the Godless on the Left will sink to:
"Live is Short. Have an Affair."
So ends a truly disgraceful television commercial for the "married dating and affairs" website AshleyMadison.com.
Readers might recall that the MRC's Brent Bozell wrote in February about how the NFL refused to allow this organization's commercials to be broadcast during this year's Super Bowl.
According to National Review's Kathryn Jean Lopez, the following ad by this adultery advocate actually aired on MSNBC last Wednesday during -- of all things! -- the post-presidential address commentary (h/t Hot Air):
That websites like this exist is certainly not shocking.
But that national cable outlets would air their commercials certainly is.
Of course, what should one expect from a network that actually gives Keith Olbermann a stage from which to spew his moronic vitriol?
Exit question: Are television commercials promoting adultery about to become as commonplace as ads for curing erectile dysfunction?
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden described President Barack Obama as "powerless" to stop the war in Afghanistan and threatened to step up guerrilla warfare there in a new audiotape released to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States.
In the 11-minute tape, addressed to the American people, bin Laden said Obama is only following the warlike policies of his predecessor George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and he urged Americans to "liberate" themselves from the influence of "neo-conservatives and the Israeli lobby."
The tape was posted on Islamic militant Web sites two days after the eighth anniversary of the 2001 suicide plane hijackings. The terror leader usually addresses Americans in a message timed around the date of the attacks, which sparked the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan the same year, and then in Iraq two years later.
Bin Laden said Americans had failed to understand that al-Qaida carried out the attacks in retaliation for U.S. support for Israel. If America reconsiders its alliance with the Jewish state, al-Qaida will respond on "sound and just bases."
Yunno, sometimes you have to wonder if this guy is really still around.
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Sunday, September 13, 2009
Liberals love to use hate-crime laws when it comes to the protected class (i.e. victims) of women, blacks, gays, etc., but let an innocent white kid in an interracial relationship get beaten to a pulp by a gang of black teens and the loons on the Left are nowhere to be found. Of course, I don't believe in hate-crime laws, but the fact that an 18-year-old kid wouldn't get equal treatment because of the Left's bitter hatred for the "evil, white man" is beyond pathetic.
What a shocker. Liberal, talk-show queen Oprah Winfrey, who openly supported her homey Barack Obama's bid for president last year, is "stunned" that parents would object to their children watching the Liar-in-Chief on TV. After all, anyone who dares criticize The One must be either insane or of course: RACIST!!!"
In a new interview, set to air on Access Hollywood on Wednesday, Shaun Robinson brought up the speech that President Obama gave on Tuesday to children around the country and the controversy surrounding it.
When Shaun asked Oprah if she understood the concerns that many people had about President Obama speaking to their children, Oprah replied, “No, I do not. No, no, no, no and no. I’m just really stunned by people who feel that the President, the leader of our country and of the free world, saying to your children it’s important for your success, the success of your families and our country for you stay in school, that education is vital to your well-being… I don’t understand it. I do not understand it.“
Shaun also asked Oprah if she felt that children who were not permitted to watch the speech, missed out on a great opportunity.
“I think those children missed out and I think that’s the message we’re trying to send,” Oprah said. “If you’re a country that doesn’t want your children to hear that message, then who are we really? That’s what I think.”
Good for him:
The same liberal Democrats who called President Bush everything from a "loser" to wanting to "blow things up" (regarding the Iraq war) now want to act they're all about civility and respect for the President because Barry's in charge? Whatever. Wilson's already apologized to the Liar-in-Chief and he accepted it. Time to move on.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson, who faces a formal rebuke from his colleagues this week for shouting “You lie!” at the president during a joint address to Congress, said he would offer no further apologies.
“I have apologized to the president, I believe that’s sufficient,” Wilson said in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.”
House Democratic leaders said they would offer a resolution this week to formally admonish Wilson, unless he apologizes on the House floor, which he has said he would not do.
“It’s going to be tough because I respect my colleagues,” Wilson said of the resolution. “I respect civility and I promote civility in every way, particularly on the House floor.”