Saturday, October 03, 2009
Jay Leno Bashes David Letterman: "If You Came Here Tonight To Have Sex With A Talk Show Host You've Come To The Wrong Studio"
Hey, at 85, maybe he's just suffering from dementia--that way he can just stay away from the Tv screen and no one will ever have to worry about taking him seriously again.
Friday, October 02, 2009
White Woman Returns Black Adopted 18 Month Old Child Back To The Orphanage Because She Couldn't Bond With Him
Yunno, this woman is catching a lot of heat in some circles for giving back her adopted child, but I just don't think that Aniti Tedaldi was able to handle the worst case scenario of an adoption. Granted adopted children already suffer from lack of love and neglect and she only had the kid for 18 months, but the boy is still young and I'm just not sure it's fair to judge this woman for her, albeit brutal, honesty. Attachment issues are that real.
The International Olympic Committee delivered a stunning blow to Chicago’s bid for the 2016 Olympics, knocking it out of the voting in the first round Friday, leaving Rio de Janeiro and Madrid waiting for the announcement of which city will host the Games. Tokyo was eliminated in the second round.Good decision by the IOC who obviously were not impressed by Barry's rock star status here in the U.S. Plus, what with its ever-increasing crime rate and notoriously corrupt (and mostly Democrat) politicians, Chicago had no business even being considered for an Olympic bid in the first place. Word is out there too that many Chicago residents weren't as excited about the Olympics being in their backyard as the Liar-in-Chief was--maybe they realize that Chi-town has more pressing concerns to handle than hosting an event that appeals moreso internationally than to Americans anyway.
I.O.C. president Jacques Rogge made the announcement as the first round concluded, a surprisingly early exit, especially because of President Barack Obama’s whirlwind trip to boost the bid of his adopted city. Mr. Obama was the first American president to make an in-person appeal for a bid city and first lady Michelle Obama had also come earlier this week to lobby I.O.C. members for votes. Chicago’s bid leaders had worked for nearly four years and spent close to $50 million to bring the Summer Olympics to the United States for the first time in 20 years. Chicago had been considered among Olympic insiders as a favorite to win the Games, along with Rio.
Throngs watching the voting in downtown Chicago’s Daley Plaza gasped in disappointment as the announcement was made. It was the second straight time an American city fared poorly in the I.O.C. voting. New York’s bid was eliminated in the second round of voting for the 2012 Olympics.United States Olympic Committee leaders appeared stunned by the news and had no comment as they left the voting hall. Mr. Obama was flying back to Washington at the time of the vote.
Finally, what shouldn't be overlooked were the efforts of Glenn Beck, who recently pointed out that Barry and his advisor Valerie Jarrett stood to make a lot of personal gain (i.e. $$$) from having the Games hosted in Chicago. The White House was so upset at Beck's accusation that they felt the need to respond via blog, of all things--more reason to suspect that something was indeed fishy about Barry so badly wanting the Olympics in his hometown from the get-go. Must be a huge blow to Barry's inflated ego that he lost this one.
Below, Letterman confesses to his studio audience.
So he's just another immoral, liberal leach. Somewhere Sarah Palin's definitely enjoying this.
Thursday, October 01, 2009
Michael Moore used some non-union crewmembers when union workers were available in the production of his latest film "Capitalism: A Love Story," a documentary that argues the capitalist system allows for greedy corporations to exploit working-class people.
"For all of the different jobs on the movie that could have used union labor, he used union labor, except for one job, the stagehands, represented by IATSE," said a labor source unauthorized to talk about Moore's decision not to hire members of The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
In a statement issued to ABCNews.com, Moore's agent, Ari Emanuel, said the filmmaker wished the union includ apied more documentary crew people -- but he did not deny that IATSE members were snubbed in favor of non-union employees.
Michael Moore is just another Hollywood hypocrite making millions while condemning the same system that's responsible for him being rich. Reminds you of all those limousine liberals who espouse eco-lifestyles. If Moore were to put his money where his mouth is, tickets to "Capitalism: A Love Story" would be free. But hypocritical does not mean stupid.
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One would think that with all the hype surrounding "change" in the Obama Age, class and civility would be at the forefront, guess this prick didn't get the memo:
Indeed, the Liar-In-Chief has gotten himself a new foot soldier.
You remember Democrat Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida. A month ago, he was taking refuge in a union hall to shill for Obamacare in a cowardly last-minute meeting with angry constituents.
As you know, he has now traveled down Demagoguery Road and accused Republicans of wanting sick Americans to “DIE QUICKLY.”
The diarrhea of the mouth continued yesterday with Grayson trashing his political opponents as “knuckle-dragging Neanderthals.”
The Democrat etiquette police, of course, are nowhere to be found.
More offensive than Grayson’s incivility is his promotion of that “Harvard study” — authored by avowed single-payer advocates – purporting to show that 45,000 Americans die every year because of lack of insurance.
Reader Dale notes the methodology:
1. Survey a sample group in 1988, ask at that time if the person is insured, and to rate their health, do not verify actual coverage at that time or at any other time during the study
2. Track the deaths of people in the sample group between 1988 and 2000
3. Attribute deaths to lack of insurance for everyone who at the time of the initial interview claimed to be uninsured dies for any reason over the subsequent 12 years
If on the day of the interview I was uninsured, but then was insured for the next 12 years without interruption, my death would be attributed to me being uninsured. How rigorous a study is that?!
Indeed, if you actually read the study, you’ll read this:
December 2009, Vol 99, No. 12 | American Journal of Public Health
Our study has several limitations. NHANES III assessed health insurance at a single point in time and did not validate self-reported insurance status. We were unable to measure the effect of gaining or losing coverage after the interview.
Point-in-time uninsurance is associated with subsequent uninsurance. Intermittent insurance coverage is common and accelerates the decline in health among middle-aged persons. Among the near-elderly, point-in-time uninsurance was associated with significant decline in overall health relative to those with private insurance. Earlier population-based surveys that did validate insurance status found that between 7% and 11% of those initially recorded as being uninsured were misclassified. If present, such misclassification might dilute the true effect of uninsurance in our sample. We excluded 29.5% of the sample because of missing data. These individuals were more likely to be uninsured and to die, which might also bias our estimate toward the null.
We have no information about duration of insurance coverage from this survey. Further, we have no data regarding cost sharing (out-of-pocket expenses) among the insured; cost sharing worsened blood pressure control among the poor in the RAND Health Insurance Experiment, and was associated with decreased use of essential medications, and increased rates of emergency department use and adverse events in a random sample of elderly and poor Canadians. Unmeasured characteristics (i.e., that individuals who place less value on health eschew both health insurance and healthy behaviors) might offer an alternative explanation for our findings.
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
"He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future!"
-- Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichsparteitag, 1935
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Whether you liked him or not, there's no doubt that Dan Rather was once a respected journalist and news anchor adept on briefing viewers on matters of importance. Yet for some reason Rather developed a sudden bout of Bush Derangement Syndrome, linked up with the Michael Moore-led crowd of Bush haters hellbent on getting John Kerry elected president in '04 and risked his reputation, all in a sorry bid to make him popular with the unstable Left. But he screwed up....royally and paid the price with not only his job, but his once stellar reputation. Looking back it probably wasn't worth it, but don't we all wish that we could get do-overs.
"This is the death knell for the Rather complaints," said Louis Briskman, general counsel for CBS.
Rather, 77, filed suit in September 2007, charging that his contract was breached and that he lost job opportunities when he was "warehoused" and scapegoated by network honchos who wanted to make nice with the Bush White House.
But an Appellate Division panel unanimously sided with the network, pointing out that the former "CBS Evening News" anchorman continued to collect his $6 million annual salary until he finally parted ways with CBS in June 2006.
A lawyer for Rather said he plans to take the case to the state's highest court.
Guess we can soon look forward to yet another conservative book at the top of the best-sellers list:
Sarah Palin (PAY'-lin) has finished her memoir just four months after the book deal was announced. Her publisher says the release date has been moved up from the spring to Nov. 17.
Harper publisher Jonathan Burnham says the former Alaska governor invested herself deeply and passionately in the project. He says the book contains fascinating detail.
The 400-page book is the first for Palin, who has been an object of fascination since Republican Sen. John McCain chose her as his running mate during his 2008 presidential bid. The book will be called "Going Rogue: An American Life."
A huge first printing of 1.5 million copies has been commissioned by Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins.
Monday, September 28, 2009
Of course, Watts is a Republican, so despite being a former congressman (who happens to be Black!) and his use of something we conservatives like to refer to as FACTS, his opinion here will no doubt be dismissed by the loons on the Left still playing the race card when it comes to any criticism geared towards The One:
There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president."
That comment comes from former President Jimmy Carter, which is fascinating considering Carter once ran for governor of Georgia proclaiming himself to be a "Lester Maddox Democrat." (Maddox, a former Georgia governor, was an avowed segregationist who opposed integration under the Civil Rights Act.)
In fairness to President Carter, I do believe in redemption, and that people can change. But more and more people are inclined to say anyone who disagrees with Barack Obama must be racist.
It hurts me when the left and the right use race for political gain, and it depresses me further that it's so awkward for us to talk about honestly and objectively about race. However, the implication that disagreeing with the president is racist also saddens and perplexes me.
Donna Brazile, campaign manager for Al Gore in 2000 and now a CNN analyst, nailed it when she said, "No one wins in touching race in such a shallow way. It raises defenses and creates backlash."
The race issue blew up two weeks ago when Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., called Obama a liar on the floor of the House during the president's address to a joint session of Congress. Although Democrats booed President Bush in that same chamber during a State of the Union a few years ago, it was still wrong for Wilson to do this.
He called the president's chief of staff and apologized. I would have preferred he do it on the floor of the House, which is where the incident occurred.
There has always been a certain decorum in the people's House. Boos and yelling "You lie!" are not part of that decorum.
Some try to defend one yelling "You lie!" because others boo, but two wrongs don't make a right. Of course, we see this logic in politics from Democrats and Republicans both.
Be that as it may, was Wilson's outburst racist? The congressman said it was not, so I take him at his word, and the opposition we've seen to the president's agenda would not equate to racism based on the data released in the last year.
-- President Obama did not get the majority of the white vote in 2008. Is that evidence of racism? No. This has been the case with Democrat candidates for years, including President Carter.
-- President Obama did slightly better with the white vote in 2008 than John Kerry did in 2004.
-- Before President Obama proposed a government takeover of the health care system, his approval rating with white voters was 57 percent.
-- Between Election Day and the launch of Democrats' health insurance reform efforts, President Obama did well with independent voters. But he has lost about 18 points with this demographic in the past two months. Most of these independent voters are white.
The data simply do not support President Carter's claim.
Unemployment Rate For Young Hits 52.2 Percent
Bill Clinton Changes Mind On Gay Marriage, Echoes "Right-Wing" Conspiracy
Social Security Swamped By Early Retirement Claims From Seniors
Dozens Of Pastors Challenge IRS Rules
Def. Sect. Robert Gates: Mistake To Set Afghan Withdrawal Timelines
NYTimes Admits It Blew ACORN Story
Mike Huckabee Shows Republicans The Way
ABC Serves Up 'Family' With PC Message, More Pro-Gay Propaganda
Mass. Democrats Make A Hash Of The 17th Amendment
Dramatic Increase In Americans Declaring No Religion
Finally Exposed: The Scientific Impossibility Of Evolution
Poll: Big Majorities Say Objective Media Is Dead & That Media Back Obama
Sunday, September 27, 2009
Never too far from controversy, gospel artist Tonex recently announced on Word Network’s “The Lexi Show” that he is attracted to men.For awhile now White liberals and their brethren in the Gay Mafia have done a tremendous job convincing naive, Black liberals that the "struggles" of being gay are akin to race. No doubt then that Tonex's choice of sexual perversion will be accepted by the liberal, Black community at large, much less the Black church despite the fact that homosexuality is an immoral lifestyle choice that clearly goes against God's word. True Christians would stand up to this nonsense because Tonex is not a Christian, he's a con artist who has milked the gospel music community and made quite a comfortable living for himself in the process. But sadly, the Black church, once one of strongest pillars and defenders of the Bible, tradition and faith, has allowed itself to be victimized by liberal terrorism.
After many years of speculation over his sexuality, the 34-year-old pastor of Truth Apostolic Community Church in San Diego said he has found comfort in putting the rumors to rest.
In a video interview on the show, Tonex, whose real name is Anthony Williams, described himself as a “free spirit,” and said he is not struggling with homosexuality.
“I think that when someone understands who they are sexually and they understand who they are as a person, it’s really difficult to label that,” Tonex said. “Other times I’m like, hm, I do want kids and I do very much love women…but at the same time we have to be honest with ourselves as to what it is that we have an affinity for.”
Tonex has released 24 gospel albums in the past 15 years and produced hit records for gospel and secular artists, winning six Stellar Awards and a Grammy nomination in 2004. But he has also had his share of pain—he had a four year marriage that ended in divorce, mourned the death of his father in 2006, and announced a short-lived retirement later that year before returning to the industry in 2007.
In the candid interview, Tonex shared his opinion on the public’s view of his personal life.
“It’s important for people to not be so caught up in who I like to sleep with, as much as I’m practicing safe sex or I’m in a monogamist relationship, no matter what that will be,” he said.
Despite all the controversy that he started with her earlier this year, Dave's obsession with Citizen Sarah Palin just doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon.