Saturday, January 23, 2010
Matthews isn't siding with conservatives so much as venturing whichever way the wind is blowing. Still nice to see Chrissy-boy school a leftwing a-hole like Grayson on live TV.
Friday, January 22, 2010
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|Special Comment - Keith Olbermann's Name-Calling|
Former Senator John Edwards admitted on Thursday that he fathered a daughter with a campaign videographer with whom he had an extramarital affair during his presidential campaign.What a disgrace. Edwards even allowed a former campaign staffer to try and take the fall for him. Then too, Elizabeth Edwards knew all along what a scumbag she was married too and went right along as he continued to lie to the American public while he trying to become President. That makes her just as bad. We'll all be better off if the entire Edwards camp just goes away for good now.
“I am Quinn’s father,” Mr. Edwards said bluntly in a statement released to the news media, confirming what his wife, Elizabeth, his children, close friends, former staff members and the general public already knew or suspected.
“I have been able to spend time with her during the past year and trust that future efforts to show her the love and affection she deserves can be done privately and in peace,” he continued. “It was wrong for me ever to deny she was my daughter and hopefully one day, when she understands, she will forgive me.”
The child, Frances Quinn Hunter, will turn 2 in February.
The statement capped a lengthy period of denials and disclosures from Mr. Edwards about his relationship with the videographer, Rielle Hunter, who was hired to produce Internet videos for his 2008 presidential campaign.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Air America Radio, a progressive radio network that once aired commentary from Al Franken and Rachel Maddow, is shutting down.
The company founded in April 2004 says it is ceasing operations Thursday afternoon and will soon file to be liquidated under Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Air America says 10 consecutive quarters of declining ad revenue and the difficulty of making money on the Internet contributed to its financial woes.
The network had some 100 radio outlets nationwide.
Just a coincidence that this happens a day after Barry's one-year anniversary? Another victim of the utter BS that has been the Obama Era.
The saddest part about Olbermann, Matthews and the whole lot within the liberal press is that their egos won't let them get past the fact that their over-the-top partisanship isn't working with the majority of Americans. No one but the Left watches them. Yet, only 21% of Americans consider themselves to be "liberal" and that's their audience. That's it. But isn't the TV business supposed to be about ratings? I mean these guys don't even try to be objective anymore. The hate they spew for conservatives isn't being bought by the rest of America, yet they continue to smear anyway. It's embarrassing that the more they attack the Right, the less people listen. You'd think one of the higher-ups at MSNBC would be a tad bit unnerved by this.
Democrats' best last-ditch approach to saving President Barack Obama's sweeping health care overhaul — prodding House members to pass a Senate version vastly unpopular there — isn't working.In other words, the radically liberal ObamaCare "reform" package is now on life support with no hope of breathing on its own again. Take out the plug and move on. People need jobs.
So attention is shifting to crafting much more modest health legislation that could have bipartisan appeal, and even that may prove more complicated than many lawmakers suggest.
White House. Under that scenario, the new law would be followed by a separate measure making changes sought by House members, such as easing the Senate's tax on higher-cost health plans.said Thursday that she lacks the votes to move the Senate's bill through the House and to Obama's desk, a plan that's backed by the
Unless he moves to the center and makes jobs the No. 1 priority, Barry is one and done.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Mr Bayh's comments are highly appreciated.
Even before the votes are counted, Senator Evan Bayh is warning fellow Democrats that ignoring the lessons of the Massachusetts Senate race will “lead to even further catastrophe” for their party.
“There’s going to be a tendency on the part of our people to be in denial about all this,” Bayh told ABC News, but “if you lose Massachusetts and that’s not a wake-up call, there’s no hope of waking up.”
What is the lesson of Massachusetts – where Democrats face the prospects of losing a Senate seat they’ve held since 1952? For Senator Bayh the lesson is that the party pushed an agenda that is too far to the left, alienating moderate and independent voters.
“It’s why moderates and independents even in a state as Democratic as Massachusetts just aren’t buying our message,” he said. “They just don’t believe the answers we are currently proposing are solving their problems. That’s something that has to be corrected.”
Bayh pointed that it’s not just Massachusetts. Independents also rejected Democratic gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey and Virginia in November.“ The only we are able to govern successfully in this country is by liberals and progressives making common cause with independents and moderates,” Bayh said. “Whenever you have just the furthest left elements of the Dem party attempting to impose their will on the rest of the country -- that’s not going to work too well.”
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
In an epic upset in liberal Massachusetts, Republican Scott Brown rode a wave of voter anger to defeat Democrat Martha Coakley in a U.S. Senate election Tuesday that left 's in doubt and marred the end of his first year in office.The people of Massachusetts, a state owned by liberals for some 40-odd years, have now sent a clear message to Barack Obama: "Hope & Change" is now officially dead. Congratulations to Senator Brown.
The loss by the once-favored Coakley for the seat that the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy held for nearly half a century signaled big political problems for the president's party this fall when House, Senate and gubernatorial candidates are on the ballot nationwide.
More immediately, Brown will become the 41st Republican in the 100-member Senate, which could allow the health care legislation and the rest of Obama's agenda. Democrats needed Coakley to win for a 60th vote to thwart Republican filibustersto block the president's
A political war of sorts has broken out inside MSNBC, with Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough criticizing prime-time talking head Keith Olbermann for his scathing criticism of Scott Brown, the Republican candidate in Tuesday's special Senate election in Massachusetts.
"Olbermann calls Brown a 'homophobic racist reactionary' who 'supports violence against women.' How reckless and how sad," Scarborough, a former Republican member of the House, Tweeted Monday evening.
In a "quick comment" section on his show, Countdown, Monday night, Olbermann referred to reports that Brown had speculated that President Obama was born out wedlock; his opposition to funding Massachusetts Red Cross workers who went to help in the 9/11 rescue efforts; his support of a Constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage; and his (disputed) approval of a supporter's urgings that someone "shove a curling iron up" the backside of his Democratic opponent, Martha Coakley.
"In short, in Scott Brown, we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model teabagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees," Olbermann said. "In any other time in our history, this man would have been laughed off the stage as an unqualified and a disaster in the making by the most conservative of conservatives. Instead, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is close to sending this bad joke to the Senate of the United States."
Republican Chris Christie was sworn in Tuesday as New Jersey's 55th governor, vowing to deliver the far-reaching change he said voters elected him to bring about.Another blow to King Obama's reign.
"You voted loudly and clearly for change, and you have entrusted us with what may be our last, best hope for a stronger New Jersey - the New Jersey of our youth, full of hope and opportunity," Christie said in his inaugural address. "New Jersey, you voted for change and today change has arrived."
Christie takes over a state plagued by the nation's highest taxes, a deficit that could hit $10 billion by July and unemployment near 10 percent.
His swearing in marked a reminder of President Barack Obama's vulnerability on the same day another Northeastern election could derail parts of his agenda.
Nearly one year to the day after President Barack Obama was sworn into office as an agent of change, Senate candidates in the special election to succeed the late Edward M. Kennedy battled to the wire Monday in an election that threatened Obama's agenda and reflected voters' frustration.Obama stans on the Left would like you to believe that despite being in office for almost a year now, Barack Obama still needs more time to deliver on his campaign promise of "hope and change". Ok fair enough. But if all Barry needs is more time then why do two-thirds of Americans still feel that this country is headed in the wrong direction?
Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown scoured the state for votes on the eve of the election, with the Democrats' 60-vote Senate supermajority at stake. The Democrats need all 60 votes in their caucus to overcome Republican procedural obstacles in the 100-seat Senate.
From a distance, the president made one last appeal in a TV ad for Coakley, his words reflecting how much was on the line for Democrats in the face of a surprisingly strong challenge by Republican Scott Brown in a state that hasn't elected a Republican senator since 1972.
"Every vote matters, every voice matters," Obama said in the ad that showed him campaigning with Coakley a day earlier. "We need you on Tuesday."
Obama needs Coakley, the state's attorney general, to win to deny Republicans the ability to block his initiatives -- specifically the near-complete health care plan -- with a crucial 41st Republican vote. A Coakley loss also would be an embarrassment, particularly because Obama has put so much political capital on the line.
Perhaps it's because Barack Obama has never shown himself to be a man interested in serving to the best interests of all Americans, only the immoral, corrupt white, liberal minions in his base. That's why unemployment rates are currently seeing record numbers (10% for the country, 16% for Blacks). That's why Barry's pushing for more government power and control for health care "reform" Americans don't want or need. That's why the President of the Left attempts to bully cap-and-trade legislation that will do nothing but destroy our economy. That's why he's overturned stem-cell legislation, wants to set free terrorists and give them Miranda rights. That's why he ignores continued slights to the black community at large, but has no problem helping the gays any chance he gets.
That said, a victory for Scott Brown today means much more than just a Senate seat, it's about Americans, even in a liberally-pwned state like Massachusetts, saying enough is enough to a man who only has the interests of one-fifth of Americans at heart. So regardless if Scott Brown wins or loses today, not only will Americans be taking a stand to liberal terrorism, but we'll begin to serve fair warning to Barack Obama that if he doesn't start serving to the best interests of all Americans, his presidency will end up as abysmal as Jimmy Carter's.
Monday, January 18, 2010
Martin Luther King Jr. was actually born this past Friday, but we celebrate his great life and tremendous works today. Above is a nice little tribute to one of the greatest people to ever walk this planet.
Shocking that a liberal prick like Matthews would pick Brown, but it sure tells you something about how much the Left took people's reaction to ObamaCare for granted. People want jobs, not healthcare "reform".
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Sunday, January 17, 2010
Joe Lieberman may be close to announcing his suppport for Massachusetts Senate Candidate Scott Brown. Citing the historical Healthcare Reform Bill as the main issue attracting Lieberman to endorse Brown's Campaign. Scott Brown is vehemently opposed to the proposed Healthcare Legislation.
Joe Lieberman has run against many of his Democratic Counterparts in the Senate over the so called Obamacare Health Care Reform Bill. Back in December, with the public option dead, Democrats revived an old proposal to expand Medicare, but Lieberman voted no. That plan was considered by a small percentage of liberals as a decent alternative to the public option leaving Lieberman at odds with Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid.
Speculation is such that if Lieberman were to endorse Scott Brown over the coming weekend that would most likely seal the defeat of Martha Coakley for Senate.
Latest Polling has Brown leading Coakley by a margin of 1 to 4 points. Momentum has shifted dramaticllay in the past week providing an intense national media attention. At stake is Helathcare Reform as well as further momentum to provide possible further shocking Election Results in this falls mid term elections.
Damn, this would be a major blow to Coakley and yet another kick in the rear to all the crazy loons on the Left who smeared Lieberman out of the Democrat party a few years ago. But hey, he's an independent now so he's beholden to no one. Go Joe!